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This introductory guide provides simple advice, based on the HSE’s approach of ‘Plan, Do, Check, Act’, and signposts you to more detailed guidance. It is designed for organisations that may not have considered this issue previously and are unsure how to start.


An Introduction to Managing Occupational Road Risk

This leaflet is for those who need to put in place or oversee their organisation’s health and safety arrangements. It’s a brief guide to help you comply with the law, and summarises the more detailed guidance in Managing for health and safety (HSG65)

Health and Safety Executive

Plan, Do, Check, Act (INDG275)

This guidance has been produced by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to help people involved in workplace transport reduce the chances of accidents happening. It is mainly aimed at managers but operators and their safety representatives will also find it useful.

Health and Safety Executive

Workplace transport safety: A brief guide (INDG199)

This guide provides advice for employers on what they need to do to comply with the law and reduce risk. It will also be useful for managers, supervisors, employees and their safety representatives, as well as contractors, vehicle operators and other organisations concerned with workplace transport...

Health and Safety Executive

A guide to workplace transport safety (HSG136)

Employers have a duty to consult with their employees, or their representatives, on health and safety matters. This leaflet is aimed at employers and discusses what they need to do to ensure they are complying with the law.

Health and Safety Executive

Consulting employees on health and safety: A brief guide to the law (INDG232)

The minimum requirements for a safety management system to reduce the incidence and risk of serious injury related to road traffic accidents.


BS ISO 39001 Road Traffic Safety Management

Identify gaps in your current management practices and areas that could be improved.

Driving for Better Business

Risk Management Gap Analysis

Accredited online course to help you set up, run and monitor an effective occupational road safety management system, regardless of geography.

EASST Academy

Road Safety at Work: Online Course for Managers

A strategic review of risks associated with cars and light vans plus implications for policy and practice.


Landmark study reveals driving for work death toll

Driving for Better Safety is an eBook on assessing work-related road risk produced by SHP online in collaboration with Driving for Better Business.

Driving for Better Business

New eBook published in collaboration with SHP Online

Use our free Driving for Better Business Benchmarking tool to find out how your fleet compares to others in the industry, and to the current best practice standards. See how your organisation compares in the following areas: - How many incidents your fleet is involved in - How much these...

Driving for Better Business

Benchmark your fleet

A podcast for those who manage drivers and their vehicles, and want to reduce road risk in their organisation.

Driving for Better Business

Let’s Talk Fleet Risk Podcast

Read our blog to find out how you can get started with road risk management in your organisation by using our Benchmarking & Gap Analysis tools to benchmark your fleet and learn where you can improve

Driving for Better Business

Benchmarking your fleet – how do you start?

Driving for Better Business

Balfour Beatty – Identify the Issues

Are you a Safety Manager new to managing driver safety? This session will get you up to speed so you can get maximum value from the rest of our presentations. What are the key areas of managing driver and vehicle risk and who is responsible? This session was recorded at The Health & Safety Event...

Driving for Better Business

What exactly is work-related road risk?

This session was recorded at The Health & Safety Event 2021 and features Simon Turner - Campaign Manager, Driving for Better Business

Driving for Better Business

What is work related road risk?