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H&SE (Driving at work) - Managing work-related road safety
Some employers believe, incorrectly, that provided they comply with certain road traffic law requirements, eg. company vehicles having a valid MOT certificate, or their drivers holding a valid licence, that this is enough to ensure the safety of their employees and others when they are on the road. However, health and safety law applies to on-the-road work activities as to all work activities, and the risks should be effectively managed within a health and safety management system...
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Norwich Union's 10 Essential Elements - We thought you should know...
Employers are legally responsible for employees who drive whilst at work. The following 10 Essential Elements are designed to assist Companies to meet this duty of care.
Unison - Safer Driving at Work
Because road safety is enforced by the police, few employers see it as being a health and safety issue. It is because of that attitude that the death and injury rate is so high. Driving at work is more dangerous than working in construction, mining or agriculture...
Van SaFED Van Case Studies
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Transport Energy Best Practice Study - CORGI is responsible for maintaining the UK register of gas installers. The company's 145 inspectors monitor gas installations throughout the UK. This case study examines how CORGI has used its health and safety policy to assist with the efficient management of its company fleet and to provide a framework for introducing environmental improvements..
Freight Best Practice Study - Office Depot take the training of their drivers and staff seriously. They have developed a number of short, medium and long-term strategic training objectives, all based around their vision of becoming the best UK-wide transport fleet..