Fleet Training and Corporate Responsibility
Since the 1974 Health and Safety at Work Act employers have had a duty of care to their employees and all those that may be affected by the actions of their employees, this act also includes accidents involving company vehicles and vehicles purchased by employees using a car allowance (grey fleet). In 2007 the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act came into force, allowing the Police when investigating a Road Traffic offence to prosecute companies and its individual employees if they find that gross failings to carry out effective risk assessments and appropriate training could have prevented the incident.
What this means for your company
This will depend on the size and risk level of your organisation, the HSE expect an organisation to ensure, so far as reasonably practicable, the Health and Safety of its employees through training and risk management. So far as is reasonably practical means balancing the level of risk against the measures needed to control the real risk in terms of money, time or trouble.
Why choose us?
Pure Driving can offer a comprehensive and bespoke approach to meet your companies need using one or multiple training tools, this will help you to ensure your company maintains an effective and thoroughly trained workforce that meets HSE standards.
|Online Fleet Assessment||On Road Assessment||On Road Training||RoSPA Advanced Training|
|Individual Performance Report|
|Detailed report on all aspects of candidate's performance|
|Advice and targeted coaching|
|Detailed coaching of all aspects of driving|
|Guidance on Roadcraft and theory|
|Advanced test and certification|