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Benefits of Fleet Driver Training.
For the company:
• Reduce fuel costs (realistic reduction of 15% during training,10% overall).
• Insurance premiums.
• Less wear and tear (brakes, tyres, clutches, gearbox, etc.)
• Less collision (cost of repair, downtime, insurance excess, customer relations, etc.)
• Better residual values of vehicles.
• Lower admin costs.
• Better absenteeism rates.
• Health and safety.
• Corporate Manslaughter.
For the drivers:
• Less driving-
• Less chance of personal injury.
• Improved efficiency.
• Feeling of worth.
• Training pays for itself through cost savings.
• More economical drivers are automatically safer drivers.
• Added benefits of H&S compliance.
• Corporate social responsibility.
• Better image as a local employer.
Training packages are available on request. Please use the contact form on our Contact Us page further information and booking your sessions.
Health and Safety Work Act 1974:
It is the duty of the employer to ensure, as far as reasonably practical, the health and safety of all their employees. Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 places a duty on employers to assess and manage risk to their employees and others arising from work activities. Employers must also make arrangements to ensure health and safety of the workplace including making arrangements for emergencies, as well as adequate information and training for employees.
Corporate Manslaughter Act 2007:
This act sets out new offences for convicting an organization when gross failure in the way activities were managed or organized results in a person's accidental death.
In any given year, excessive and inappropriate speed kills around 1,200 people and injures 100,000 more. This being the largest contributor to causalities, most crashes are caused by thoughtless behaviour. Fleet trainers identify the individual needs of those driving for a living or those who drive as part of their daily routine. Additionally, fleet managers have a duty of care towards their staff to ensure they receive training in company vehicles. Companies of all sizes are looking at ways to reduce the fuel bills and overall running costs, therefore increasingly becoming interested in eco-
What is Involved:
• Aims of the assessment.
• Presentation on occupational road risk.
• Assessment on client.
• Feedback on assessment.
Fleet Driver Training
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