“B.B.S 2.0” COURSE ®

Targets

A specific course of high education, an internationally recognized standard.
Used by cutting-edge companies is a training program that helps the management of corporate fleets.
EFFICIENT DRIVING has further developed the path by adopting a logic that we call BBS 2.0: the guidelines provided by the standard have been transported in a completely digital workflow, integrating both the reports of the trainers and the data coming from the vehicle.

We guarantee to the client a precise and real-time reporting of the results achieved according to customizable objectives.
Currently EfficIent driving works with the most important international companies. The experience gained in the field by our team of professionals throughout the Italian territory makes us one of the most reliable and cutting-edge partners in the industry
The Cefic / ECTA / FECC guidelines: “Best Practice Guidelines for Safe (Un) Loading of Road Freight Vehicles covering Technical, Behavioral and Organizational Aspects” offer a guide to best practices regarding the safety of vehicle loading and unloading operations transport of goods by road from a technical, behavioral and organizational point.

The Cefic / ECTA / FECC guidelines: “Best Practice Guidelines for Safe (Un) Loading of Road Freight Vehicles covering Technical, Behavioral and Organizational Aspects” offer a guide to best practices regarding the safety of vehicle loading and unloading operations transport of goods by road from a technical, behavioral and organizational point.
They replace the previous guidelines for loading and unloading of road freight vehicles in March, 2007 (which already indicated the requirements of a behavior-based safety process), widely used in logistics in the chemical sector also as a basis for certification SQAS.

The aim of the guidelines is to provide assistance in preventing or eliminating insecurity conditions in loading operations and promoting best practices, recognizing the need for interaction between the different parties involved.
The scope of the guidelines includes the safe loading and unloading of chemicals by operators and drivers in production sites, storage terminals, customer warehouses. They cover the loading and unloading of liquid bulk cargoes, solid bulk cargoes and packaged goods.