SMCS Risk has provided motorbike safety training to employees at Japan Tobacco International Cambodia (JTI).
As part of JTI’s plan to improve road safety amongst its employees, SMCS RISK has provided its moto skill enhancement training course to 120 JTI employees working in Cambodia.
With training courses held in Phnom Penh, Kratie, Kampong Cham, Siem Reap and Battambang provinces, 150 JTI employees were provided with 4 hours of theory training in the classroom before heading outside and jumping on their motorbikes to practice what they had learned over a further 4 hours.
“It’s great that a large company like JTI is taking road safety seriously and providing training to their employees who spend a lot of time driving on the roads. There is no doubt that moto safety training, increases rider awareness and definitely saves lives.” said Steve Morrish, CEO of SMCS Risk.
SMCS Risk’s moto skill enhancement training course is a full day theoretical and practical training course that can be delivered anywhere in Cambodia. For more information about SMCS Risk’s training courses, contact one of our team.