Did you know?
It is an offence to drive having over the specified limits of certain drugs in the blood.
The penalty for causing death by dangerous driving under the influence of drugs is a prison sentence of up to 14 years.
Driving while impaired by drugs is thought to be a major...
Driving for Better Business, National Highways
Drug driving among commercial vehicle drivers is one the fastest growing and most concerning challenges facing driver safety managers, with many police forces reporting more drug driving offences than drink driving ones. This talk will look at the size of the problem, good practice on driving for...
Driving for Better Business
This guide provides advice to employers about the dangers of drink and drug driving and offers information on how to encourage safe practice.
This session was recorded at The Health & Safety Event 2021 and features Daniel Jones - UK Training Manager, Dtec
This best practice guidance report is one of a series produced by Global Fleet Champions to help anyone who employs people who drive for work to manage occupational road risk, regardless of budget, fleet size or vehicle type.
Did you know?
A driver could be imprisoned, banned from driving, and face a fine if found guilty of drink-driving.
A driver could be charged with driving while unfit even if they are not over the limit.
The only thing that eliminates alcohol from the body is time and the average person...
Simon Morgan heads up all corporate health and safety, including all workforce and rail passenger risk. Although this is a dizzyingly broad remit, he recognises that driving is still one of the organisation’s key risk areas to manage.
While its engineers are very well versed in the health and...
Lose your licence, lose your livelihood. 600 prosecutions each week. Police and your employer can test for drugs at any time.
Lose your HGV licence, lose your livelihood. 600 prosecutions each week. Police and your employer can test for drugs at any time.
Lose your PSV licence, lose your livelihood. 600 prosecutions each week. Police and your employer can test for drugs at any time.