Major energy logistics company and IRU member Tristar Group has chosen the IRU RoadMasters hydrocarbon programme for its operations across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region and beyond.
Tristar Group, headquartered in Dubai, will roll out IRU RoadMasters to provide quality training to its drivers and reinforce safety processes across its hydrocarbon product supply chain. The decision follows Tristar’s commitment to comply with the highest international industry safety standards.
Operating over 2,000 vehicles in 21 countries across three continents, Tristar started its accreditation process last November in order to establish a team of IRU certified trainers and assessors.
“I am proud of Tristar’s commitment on safety and that is why we chose IRU Roadmasters. The team is now accredited and ready to roll out the programme. We are looking forward in particular to more detailed analytics in order to assess, reward and motivate our valuable drivers.”EUGENE MAYNETristar CEO
Tristar aims to further increase efficiency and strengthen safety processes throughout its road transport delivery chain. The company selected IRU RoadMasters to train and assess drivers and staff who deal with hydrocarbon products due to its reputation as a high-level international standard industry benchmark.
Patrick Philipp, IRU Director of Certification and Standards said, “IRU is delighted to be working with Tristar to make the transport of liquid hydrocarbons even safer throughout their supply chain. Their commitment to meet the highest international standards will set an enviable benchmark for the region.”
IRU RoadMasters helps mobility and logistics operators develop, strengthen and manage key workers, especially commercial drivers, with state-of-the-art training and assessment solutions. It certifies professional drivers and provides companies with digital dashboards to monitor and manage driver skills profiles.