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MCP 226: Guideline Of Safe Driver And Rider Performance Evaluation: Focusing On Cognitive And Psychomotor Components

The objective of the guideline is to provide a method that evaluates driver and rider performance   that  focuses  on  the  safety  and  time  efficiency   elements.   Safety element  focuses  on  aiming  for  accident-free   trips  which  on  the  other  words reflecting what a defensive driving or riding is. The scopes of this guideline are converging on two measurable components which are cognitive and psychomotor. It intends to evaluate the driver and rider in which at the end aims to produce good drivers and riders who would be able to properly balance between safety and time efficiency  elements  without  compromising  each  other.  In  this  guideline,  seven attributes will be assessed which are a distraction, safe gap acceptance, motorcyclist conspicuity, speed management, hazard perception, crash avoidance motor skill and time efficiency  and vehicle inspection.  The guideline covers two evaluation  stages that shall be completed by each driver or rider including preliminary screening evaluation and actual evaluation. The evaluation locations are specifically designed in the MIROS driving simulator lab, controlled driving track and actual driving road. The guideline is suitable to be implemented by any government agency, public and commercial transport fleet operator to assess the performance of their drivers and riders and to continually  improve  their drivers’  and rider’s  competency  level and services.  

MCP 226 Guideline of Safe Driver and Rider Performance Evaluation Focusing on Cognitive and Psychomotor Components.pdf
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