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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.

DriverMetrics

White Paper: Time Pressure & Driver Risk

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.

Quartix

Why accidents often happen below the legal speed limit

Essential knowledge for bikers on why car and van drivers often don't see them.

DocBike

Why cars pull out on bikes

Driving is one of the most complex tasks we do in everyday life. It requires attention, decision-making, situational awareness and physical coordination. Several factors can impact on our ability to perform at our best when we are driving. One of these factors is driver fatigue.

National Highways

Why Driving Fatigued Matters and What We Can Do About It

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...

Driving for Better Business

Why Leadership matters for a safe driving culture

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

Winter Driving Insights

WJ Group is a CLOCS champion, and its fleet is either FORS Silver or Bronze accredited depending upon the application. The UK Champions Awards 2022 – UK Fleet Champions – Fleet Safety Innovation Award 2022 Logistics UK LERS Leadership in Emissions Reduction Award 2020 It has also...

Driving for Better Business

WJ Group – Accreditations

Business Benefits from behavioural change: Less speeding and harsh acceleration, and smoother braking and cornering Improved community perception Over a 15 month period the company achieved: 40% reduction in accidents 45% reduction in associated costs 12% increase in mpg ...

Driving for Better Business

WJ Group – Business Benefits

“Our behaviour and actions influence our culture and the community’s perception of us as an organisation,” says Craig. “We, in common with all fleet operators, have a significant number of incidents caused by poor behaviour.” The company has taken action to improve driver behaviour...

Driving for Better Business

WJ Group – Driver Behaviour

The Group Fleet Policy is backed by 17 further individual policies, ensuring legal compliance, and is a fundamental part of the Group integrated management systems. WJ Group’s Compliance Plan sets out clear procedures and responsibilities for: Management, Vehicles, Drivers, and Operations,...

Driving for Better Business

WJ Group – Driver Policy

Most HGVs must be driven by someone with a corresponding C or C+E licence. However, road marking trucks can be driven on a car licence. This is not an exemption WJ Group takes advantage of. It trains all of its drivers to HGV standards, and pays for their licence acquisition as part of their road...

Driving for Better Business

WJ Group – Driver Training

Work-related road risk is a major factor in considering driver welfare – and driver welfare affects road risk. The safety ‘imperative’, as Paul calls it, is managed jointly between the Group Fleet Manager Scott Logan, the Training Manager Alan Brookes and Craig Williams with the Health and...

Driving for Better Business

WJ Group – Driver Welfare

The Race2NetZero is an urgent priority for WJ Group. It measures, and have independently verified, its Scope 1 and 2 emissions and produce monthly fleet reports of CO2 as well as air quality emissions such as NOx, PMs, CO and hydrocarbons. The WJ fleet has the biggest environmental impact as a...

Driving for Better Business

WJ Group – Sustainability

For WJ Group, road safety and environmental protection go hand in hand. The fleet uses three million litres of diesel a year. Fuel reductions involve minimising mileage and promoting safer driving behaviours which lowers road risk and the company’s carbon impact. WJ implemented a driver...

Driving for Better Business

WJ Group – Telematics

WJ Group buys its chassis from major truck manufacturers but then builds the final bodywork at its West Yorkshire plant. The chassis costs £70K- £80K but the final vehicle will be worth £150,000, and highly specialised. As a result, the fleet is an enormous capital asset to WJ Group, and this...

Driving for Better Business

WJ Group – Vehicle Safety

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 document explains RoSPA Scotland's research - investigating the use of telematics in the workplace to improve employee driving.

RoSPA

Young drivers at work (Scotland) black box pilot

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.

FleetCheck

Your grey fleet may be bigger than you think
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