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Driving a better business

Our innovative fleet risk and driver training solutions help fleets ensure legal compliance, improve driver competence and reduce operating costs. Find out more here and watch the summary video below.

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Driving for work involves risk

This risk can be minimised by implementing a fleet risk management programme that is tailored to the drivers and the vehicles they use - whether company, leased or privately-owned.

It’s well known that employers have a duty of care to their employees in general and those who drive for work - whether professionally or as part of their job. By understanding the potential risks and acting on them, not only can the risk of death or injury while driving be reduced but cost-savings in fuel consumption, damage costs, time off work and insurance premiums can be made. Additionally, an organisation can clearly demonstrate their commitment to health and safety legislation, reduce the risk of being prosecuted under Corporate Manslaughter legislation and ensure the reputation of their brand is maintained.

At DriveTech, we have developed a holistic approach, supported by our online platform, FleetRiskManager. Our approach recognises that different companies have different approaches and may be further down this risk reduction process than others. Our programmes are designed to be flexible and cost-effective for the customer and backed by the strength of one of the UK’s most prestigious names, the AA.

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PULSE: Fleet Risk Health Check

Is your fleet compliant? This is the key question many organisations face.

PULSE provides a comprehensive and actionable fleet risk health check for your business covering policies, drivers, vehicles and journeys – helping you appreciate where you are currently, and what you might need to prioritise for action.

It’s an ideal way to kickstart a full appraisal of your approach to driver risk, or a means of re-calibrating an existing driver risk programme that has not been reviewed for a significant period.

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PULSE: Fleet Risk Health Check

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Why do you need to focus on driver safety?

Effective management of work-related road safety helps reduce risk, no matter what size your organisation is. It could also result in, for example:

  • fewer injuries to drivers
  • reduced risk of work-related ill health
  • reduced stress and improved morale

This leaflet mainly applies to any employer with employees who drive (or ride a motorbike or bicycle) at work. It also applies to those using their own vehicle for a work-related journey. It will be particularly useful to those responsible for fleet management.

DriveTech are here to support you in ensuring that you address key areas of your Driving at Work Policy. Health and safety law applies to work activities on the road in the same way as it does to all work activities. You need to manage the risks to drivers as part of your health and safety arrangements.

The HSE Driving at Work leaflet suggests ways you can do this:

More information can also be found on their website: http://www.hse.gov.uk/workplacetransport/drivingforwork.htm

Driving a better business

Driving for work involves risk but minimising it means you’re driving a better business. By implementing a comprehensive fleet risk management programme, tailored to the driver and the vehicles used, you’ll achieve duty of care and legal compliance as well as tangible business benefits and savings. As one of the UK leaders in road risk management and driver education, DriveTech, part of the AA, works with you to deliver fleet and driver risk management solutions throughout the UK.

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