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This session was recorded at The Health & Safety Event 2021 and features Dr Paul Jackson - Director, Fresh Air Training

Driving for Better Business

Driver fatigue – Lessons from a successful company prosecution

Driver Medicals – what do you need to know? The aim of this article is to provide clarity on exactly what a D4 medical is, its importance for drivers and those who manage drivers, and tips for fleet professionals and driver managers to share on how their drivers can stay healthy in preparation...

Driving for Better Business

Driver Medicals and fitness to drive – what you need to know

Bridge strikes can cause injury, delays and damage. Share this safety card with your drivers.

National Highways

Driver Safety Card: Bridge Strike Prevention

This leaflet focuses on tailgating, encouraging your drivers to keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front, giving themselves time to react and stop if they need to.

National Highways

Driver safety leaflet: Don’t be a Space Invader

This session was recorded at The Health & Safety Event 2021 and features Stephen Dethick - National Training Manager, Driver Hire Training

Driving for Better Business

Driver safety policy

We will be presenting three days of expert opinion, good practice and thought leadership in the Driver Safety Zone at the Health & Safety Event 2022. It’s a vital update for safety professionals. The videos will be available after the event and you can sign up to receive those here.

Driving for Better Business

Driver Safety Zone – Access the Videos

A look at good and bad driving behaviour, the key performance indicators that will enhance driver safety, and the telematics and camera technology to help understand and mitigate driver risk.

Teletrac Navman

Driver Safety – A guide to reducing risk

Driving with medical conditions and assessing fitness to drive.

Department for Transport

Driving and medical conditions

Road safety advice for those driving or riding for the gig economy.


Driving and Riding for Work in the Gig Economy

As a van driver, you need to stay within the weight limits when you're driving and not overload it.


Driving a van: weight limits and loading

You must wear glasses or contact lenses every time you drive if you need them to meet the ‘standards of vision for driving’. Fitness to Drive.

Department for Transport

Driving Eyesight Rules

A guide that provides information to fleet managers about choosing and buying safer vehicles based on factors such as vehicle use.


Driving for Work: Choosing Safer Vehicles

This guide provides advice to employers about the dangers of drink and drug driving and offers information on how to encourage safe practice.


Driving for Work: Drink and Drugs

A concise look at how employers can assess and train their employees who drive for work, in order to reduce occupational road risk.


Driving for Work: Driver Assessment and Training

A guide which gives information about driver fitness issues, and guidance for employers on how to ensure their employees are fit to drive.


Driving for Work: Fitness to Drive

A guide that advises employers on creating and implementing effective and methodical incident reporting and investigation procedures.


Driving for Work: Incident Reporting and Investigation

A short guide explaining how to prevent inappropriate mobile phone use on the road by employees.


Driving for Work: Mobile Phones

This guide advises employers on how to implement policies that explain to employees if, when and how they can use their own vehicles for work.


Driving for Work: Own Vehicles

This guide gives concise information to employers and line managers on how to safely plan their organisation's journeys, including an example journey planner.


Driving for Work: Safe Journey Planning

A guide that gives advice to employers and line managers on how to encourage safer driving speeds at work.


Driving for Work: Safer Speeds

This concise guide informs employers about the use of telematics for work, including how employees can use telematics effectively.


Driving for Work: Using Telematics

To drive a particular type of vehicle, you need an ‘entitlement’ for that category on your driving licence.

Department for Transport

Driving Licence Categories

The codes printed on the back of a driving licence tell you what conditions your drivers must meet to drive.

Department for Transport

Driving Licence Codes

TV hosts Suzi Perry and Ortis Deley have teamed up with National Highways to urge drivers to get a better understanding of smart motorways. The TV presenters are working with National Highways to produce helpful and practical videos and clips featuring advice and information about motorway driving...

National Highways

Driving on Motorways – A road trip with Suzi and Ortis