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
This document is for commercial vehicle drivers and fleet operators and aims to highlight the importance of preventing and minimising diesel spillages on the SRN.
This session was recorded at The Health & Safety Event 2021 and features Simon Turner - Campaign Manager, Driving for Better Business
The tendency for many companies is to present employees with a car policy and choice list and away they go, without assessing how much they know about driving. Most do the bare minimum in terms of education.
All it takes to undo a lifetime’s attentive and careful driving, even for a highly trained driver, is one unintended moment of distraction, yet it has never been harder to concentrate on the task in hand.
Understand the benefits & limitations of telematics for improving driver safety. Discover how to use telematics data to identify the behavioural motivations causing driver risk. Learn about the latest solutions for changing high risk driver behaviours
A useful, visual guide to the key behavioural risk factors for fleet drivers based on 30 years of scientific research into fleet driver risk.
Many in the transport and driver risk management arena believed the Corporate Manslaughter Act would make it easier to hold organisations to account for the wellbeing and safety of those engaged in driving for work. The reality has been somewhat different.
Understand the risks associated with multi-drop delivery driving. Learn effective methods to assess individual driver risk and interventions to improve safety. Discover the tools that can help improve recruit and select safer drivers.
Understand how time pressure influences driver behaviour at work. Discover the relationship between time pressure, driver stress, performance and crashes. Learn how to mitigate the risk from a behavioural and organisational perspective.
Drivers often face work-related time constraints and can find themselves speeding or demonstrating risky behaviour, leading to minor violations. These are often seen as being ‘acceptable’ or necessary in their role.
Essential knowledge for bikers on why car and van drivers often don't see them.
Drivers that don’t exhibit the correct behaviours can present a big risk, both in safety, reputation and financial terms but good drivers can be very effective brand ambassadors. It is imperative that you have a strong safety culture and that this is promoted throughout the whole company. This...
Winter can be a very dangerous time for all fleet drivers due to extreme weather conditions and the added pressure this brings. We've creating these tips for winter driving using our vast data warehouse of incident data from all our fleet customers.
Sopp + Sopp
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
This document explains RoSPA Scotland's research - investigating the use of telematics in the workplace to improve employee driving.
Grey fleet drivers represent one of the single most at-risk groups for businesses today. Why? Peter Golding, Managing Director of FleetCheck says it's because many businesses simply do not realise the level of responsibility they have.