Campaign – safe driving- Better breakdown behaviour
According to Brake, more than a third of drivers incorrectly believe that they should wait next to, or inside their vehicle for breakdown recovery. More than one in four men will attempt to repair their vehicle on the hard shoulder, putting themselves and other road users at risk.Consequently, it is issuing – through its fleet division, the Fleet Safety Forum, and thanks to funding from Green Flag – an information pack providing fleet managers with guidance on ensuring breakdowns are avoided wherever possible, and containing information for them to distribute to drivers, to make sure they are safe in the event of a breakdown.Roz Cumming, Fleet Safety Forum Manager at Brake, said: “Although many drivers may think they know what to do in the event of a
This eBook will guide you through some of the key understandings you need to be able to manage driver safety effectively and, at the end, provide a series of free resources you can access to help you ensure your own driver safety management system is robust, legally compliant and in line with industry-accepted good practice.
Download this eBook from Driving for Better Business and SHP to cover:
- Why do we need to manage driver safety?
- Duty of care – a shared responsibility;
- Setting the rules with a driving for work policy;
- Managing driver safety;
- Ensuring safe vehicles;
- Safe journeys and fitness to drive;
- Record keeping;
- The business benefits of good practice;
- Additional resources