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Tyres on vans and light commercial vehicles (LCVs) lead a hard life. Stuart Jackson, Chairman of TyreSafe, explains why it’s important to carry out regular checks on vans of all ages to make sure the tyres remain safe and legal.

TyreSafe

Britain works on tyres (but they need regular maintenance)

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

BSi

BS ISO 39001 Road Traffic Safety Management

Unbranded presentation resources for use during Driver CPC courses for bus and coach drivers.

DVSA

Bus and Coach Driver CPC Resources

Download a free STAY SAFE Covid-19 guidance poster for your drivers. There are three posters available HGV, PSV and Van drivers.

Logistics UK

Bus driver poster: Stay safe during COVID-19 pandemic

A nationwide quarterly survey of businesses created to help us understand the economic landscape and discover what van owners and drivers need to keep their business moving.

Mercedes-Benz Vans

Business Barometer

We examine business leader’s concerns over COVID-19 and how they are planning to improve business resilience.

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Business Resilience Report

England rugby star Joe Marler explains it’s not a weakness to seek help when you’re struggling.

Driving for Better Business

CALM Driver: Joe Marler

CALM Driver is our way of helping you get support information to your commercial vehicle drivers, so they know there’s someone here to talk to, every day, if they’re struggling.

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CALM Driver: Man v Vehicle

CALM Driver is our way of helping you get support information to your commercial vehicle drivers, so they know there’s someone here to talk to, every day, if they’re struggling.

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CALM Driver Vehicle Packs

Leaflet explaining why driving too close to the vehicle in front is dangerous, intimidating and causes accidents, especially when driving at speed.

National Highways

Campaign to target ‘Tailgating’

Saved £201,000 in first year Reduced annual fleet spend by 14% year on year 52% increase in licence check compliance 21% reduction in non-fault collisions 19% cut in at-fault collisions Up to 12% fuel saving for specifically trained drivers

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Canal & River Trust – Business Benefits

The driver handbook has been renewed and reissued. One of the benefits of a single-platform management system is that every driver can acknowledge that they have been issued with the handbook and policies and agree to abide by them. The handbook will soon be available online as well as in hard copy...

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Canal & River Trust – Driver Policy

The Trust has invested in specific driver training for new starters and those in need of improvement. No one with less than two years driving’ experience can drive a Trust vehicle, but Steve says that issues with drivers tend to be attitudinal rather than skill-based. The training emphasises...

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Canal & River Trust – Driver Training

Trust vehicles carry aggregates, tools and equipment and so loading requirements can vary. The organisation has two sets of mobile scales and visits two depots, unannounced every month to check the weights of vehicles. This is both educational for the drivers and gives an immediate insight into...

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Canal & River Trust – Safe Loading

The driver risk assessments are complemented by separate scores from Teletrac Navman telematics. The FS score shows compliance with the company’s policies, including insurance and qualification to drive; and the telematics scores their actual driving. “Being able to access data and...

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Canal & River Trust – Telematics

Try out this simple test of awareness. Count the cars…

The Open University

Can you count all the cars?

Oz Choudhri, Head of Public Sector at Enterprise, explains how their customers have ditched their grey fleet, pool and lease cars to save money, time and emissions.

Enterprise

Can you really ditch your Grey Fleet?

AES Fleet offer fleet compliance solutions across the PSV, HGV and LCV sectors. As with all road risk management, however, the company’s good practice starts at home and MD Richard Stansfield says the business benefits to their fleet operation are substantial. AES runs nine Transit vans, from...

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Case Study – AES

Amey is a leading infrastructure services and engineering company. It designs and maintains many of the UK’s strategic assets, working with national and local government, and other commercial customers, to manage assets and complex projects. It has 11,000 employees, including operations,...

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Case Study – Amey

Auto Windscreens repairs and replaces automotive glass for all types of vehicles. It also undertakes Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) calibrations following windscreen replacements, to ensure technology such as forward-facing cameras, lane departure or speed recognition sensors continue to...

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Case Study – Auto Windscreens

The Canal and River Trust (C&RT) looks after 2,000 miles of historic canals and rivers including 2,949 bridges, 1,582 locks and 280 aqueducts. UK waterways encompass seven historic parks and gardens, 2,706 buildings and structures, six battlefields, 46 scheduled monuments and four World...

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Case Study – Canal & River Trust

FM Conway is a leading infrastructure services company with over 60 years’ experience delivering vital services in transportation, the built environment and open spaces for communities and businesses. With innovation at the forefront of its operations, the business places a major focus on...

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Case Study – Conway

Galaxy Insulation and Dry Lining supplies building materials including insulation and dry lining blocks from 14 locations across the UK. Wayne Allen, Group Logistics Manager, manages its 64 HGVs and 21 vans, which are deployed across its 14 depots. He explains the steps he took to raise Galaxy’s...

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Case Study – Galaxy Insulations

Heineken is the company behind some of the UK’s leading beer and cider brands, and owns 2,400 pubs and bars. Heineken UK won the Safety and Health Excellence Award 2023, sponsored by National Highways for Best Driver Risk Management Performance. Heineken’s Workspace and Safety Partner Reka...

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Case Study – Heineken
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