Uber mulls mental health test for Malaysian drivers

Posted on January 5, 2016

Uber's head of global trust Bhavdeep Basin told Malay Mail Online that the move is part of the firm’s efforts to continually improve services, especially security measures to ensure the safety of customers.

Acknowledging that security screening was necessary for customers’ safety, Basin also argued that traditional methods may not be adequate to determine the suitability of drivers.

He also said Uber preferred its own evaluations over that of government-mandated checks, which he said may not be reliable indicators of safety.

Basin did not furnish, however, details of the psychometric testing module used in Mexico.


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Category(s):Mental Health in Asia

Source material from Malaymail Online


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