Driving at Work – Fleet Safety Event

Driving at Work – Fleet Safety Event

Wave-Length in partnership with TTC Group PLC have been urging businesses to help protect their employees throughout 2015 on their work-related driving journeys.

 

In December 2014, we held the breakfast event – Driving at Work: Not always an easy route, which we were delighted to see attracted the attention of companies and organisations such as Interserve and Shropshire Housing.

As a result of attending the session, attendees are now better informed about their legal obligations to their staff who drive at work, even those in the voluntary/charity sector, as well as how to better manage work related journeys which could result in their company saving money on fuel costs and vehicle expenses.

We are happy to see our latest attendees already benefiting from the event and we look forward to holding future training sessions to help companies become better informed & better equipped to deal with the risks, challenges and procedures that need to be considered when their staff drive at work, alongside gaining insight to what needs to be covered in their company policies.

Ensuring the safety of staff who drive in the course of their work can deliver significant business benefits, such as reduced staff down-time, fewer collisions, better fuel economy and even lower insurance costs. Wave-length and TTC’s Driving at work event is the perfect opportunity for businesses to access free advice on improving the safety of their employees who drive.

The session will give you an insight into your legal responsibilities and some simple steps on how best to manage work-place road safety.

The event will be held at TTC’s Telford Training Centre on 26th February 2015.

Join the event by booking your free place through Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/driving-at-work-not-always-an-easy-route-tickets-15044925778

Or contact lauren@wave-length.org.uk to book your place, or for further information.

With more than a quarter of all road crashes involving someone driving for work, now is the time to act.

 

 

 

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