Driving – Your Responsibilities - Seminar 3rd December

By Workplace Driving

8th November 2013


Workplace Drivingis an established company which works with small and medium sized companies, throughout the nation, to take the mystery out of driver management and deliver cost effective solutions. We ensure your practise and systems for driver, journey and vehicle management meet the requirements of the Health and Safety Law, we offer advice and practical support to employers and their staff, to help set up the relevant paper trail, policy documents and checks that are required.

Seminar

Date 3rd December 2013
Time 9.30 – 12.00

Place – Hadleigh Business Centre, Crockatt Road, Hadleigh

Please ring or email to book your place.
Contact 01473 824092

E-mail - rob.sweeting@workplacedriving.co.uk

Lead Person
Robert Sweeting  

The Health and Safety Executive’s guidance document “Driving for Work” states

“Some employers believe, incorrectly, that provided they comply with certain road traffic law requirements, e.g. company vehicles have a valid MOT certificate, and that drivers hold a valid licence, this is enough to ensure the safety of their employees, and others, when they are on the road. However, health and safety law applies to on-the - road work activities as to all work activities, and the risks should be effectively managed within a health and safety management system.”

Robert Sweeting holds a NEBOSH Cert in occupational health and safety, is also an Association of Chief Police Officers, NDORS Approved Trainer, holds a DSA ADI (Fleet Register) qualification and  RoSPA RoADA Diploma

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