Ensuring the safety of your team members who use vehicles for work is essential.
APM WorkCare’s driving assessments ensure your workers are aware of the health and safety risks behind the wheel.
These include some of the lesser known health dangers to workers behind the wheel, and safety risks to other road users and pedestrians.
Our assessments help you improve health and safety of drivers, address concerns about a worker’s fitness to drive and manage complex needs of a dynamic workforce, plus they can:
APM WorkCare driving assessments are available across Australia. Our team is also one of the few providers in Queensland who can assist with assessments of cars, trucks, forklifts and other heavy equipment.
As a panel provider for insurers including Workcover Queensland, TAC or NSW Workers Compensation, we act immediately to get your worker driving again while staying safe on the road.
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Provides your workers with an individual assessment to review the ergonomic set up of a vehicle in relation to their physical requirements.
If you’ve recovered from an injury or illness, or you’re an older driver, an assessment by APM WorkCare can help you maintain safety and, if required, obtain a driver’s licence.
Our occupational therapists have additional qualifications in driving assessment and rehabilitation which allows them to support you in returning and staying on the road.
Your assessment will use professional standards determined by Occupational Therapy Australia and the National Transport Council of Australia.
Each evaluation ends with a conference which can include your family. Our occupational therapist then delivers a final recommendation regarding your driving ability, safety and any modifications you might benefit from when behind the wheel.
The assessment takes approximately 2.5 hours, which may be spread over multiple days if necessary.
A report will be sent to your doctor, who will adjust your transport medical certificate if required.