Driving For Work

Promoting safe driving within the workplace

Driving For Work

Driving is the most dangerous work activity that most people do.

Driving For Work can contribute about 1/3 of all road fatalities Working drivers and others die and get injured every week in crashes on our roads.

‘Driving For Work’, safety guidelines applies to driving as it does any work activity.

Employers manage these driving risks within a health and safety system.

So, employers must assess the risks involved in their staff’s driving.

It is up to employers to  put in place all reasonable measures to manage  these risks.

 

 

This site gives simple advice on how drivers, employers and line managers can help to ensure that the organisation’s road journeys are properly planned and safely completed. This applies to all at-work drivers (e.g. sales staff, managers driving to meetings) and not just professional LGV and PCV drivers.

We provide services such as auditing, profiling, training etc. using modern technology where possible to ensure cost efficiencies.

Road Transport Working Time Directive

This Directive believe it or not was introduced to protect the welfare and safety of workers in road transport sectors, improve safety and equalise conditions of competition between operators.

It is felt that these regulations and rules has safety benefits to all road users – improves working conditions and makes it more attractive to take up a career in the road transport industries.

EU Rules re Drivers’ Hours

These rules cover drivers’ hours, breaks and rest.

These rules determine how long drivers may drive each week, each fortnight, and daily.

These rules determine how much rest drivers must take again each week, each fortnight and each day.

Digital Tachographs

We have a short course available on Digital Tachographs just contact us for more details and to sign up

Driver CPC Countdown

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