The change to adjusted Alert Level Four appears to be a necessity as the infection rate continues to climb across the country, particularly in Gauteng. MasterDrive would like to reassure their clients business will continue as normal except with a few extra precautions to ensure that employees and clients remain safe and healthy.
The CEO of MasterDrive, Eugene Herbert, would like to assure clients that the company is taking the surge in cases very seriously while still remaining committed to providing driver training. "As soon as the third wave began MasterDrive updated their temperature reading scanners as well as other PPE. All other steps and procedures taken to minimise the chance of spread continue to remain in place since they were instituted early last year.
"We would also like to remind clients that we continue to provide virtual training as well as eLearning for companies that would like to minimise the contact their employees have during this current surge. Electing to complete your training in this manner will not incur any additional fees and MasterDrive is ready to help your company meet its health and safety requirements during this time."
The majority of MasterDrive courses can be undertaken virtually. "Whatever training you require your employees to undertake, MasterDrive can deliver this virtually.
"Over the last three months MasterDrive successfully trained 37% of their candidates either through virtual training or eLearning. We are proud to offer your business this service during a time of great difficulty and uncertainty."
While the country encounters more challenges, MasterDrive encourages all their clients to remain positive. "Continue to follow the guidelines put in place by the government and health officials worldwide. Do whatever is necessary to reduce exposure and stay healthy. Together we will come out of this stronger as a nation " says Herbert.