driver safety

Horticulture company fined after lorry driver suffers life changing injuries

A horticulture company has been fined £3,000 after a lorry driver suffered third degree burns on his body while making a delivery to a site in Essex. Read More

Top three areas to improve driver safety revealed in study

Skill decay, stress and performance and attention lapses and distractions are the top three areas that need work to improve driver safety, a study has revealed. Read More

Driven to distraction? RoSPA’s Dr Karen McDonnell on driver safety

Dr Karen McDonnell, RoSPA’s Occupational Health and Safety Policy Adviser and Head of RoSPA Scotland, discusses the main risks relating to driver distraction and how to tackle them. Read More

Driving Success

In our regular legal column from Eversheds Sutherland, we hear from Principal Associate, Philip Crosbie, who looks at driver safety and how safety management affects engagement. Read More

Safe driver, safe vehicle, safe load: Getting it right every time

Dr Karen McDonnell, RoSPA’s Occupational Health and Safety Policy Adviser and Head of RoSPA Scotland, highlights the importance of transporting goods safely. Read More

Road Haulage Association joins HSE’s Working Minds campaign

HSE has launched a campaign saying that more needs to be done to protect Britain’s HGV drivers from work-related stress. Read More

Webinar: Defensive Driving: Reducing the risk of collisions

Join our insightful webinar and explore defensive driving and its role in mitigating collision risks. Gain insights from our road safety expert and account manager on effective organisational approaches. Read More

Speed is the focus of safety charity this year

Brake has announced the theme ‘Let’s talk about speed’ for Road Safety Week, which will take place in November. Read More

Vehicles don’t crash, people do – Driving change in work-related driver safety

At Safety & Health Expo 2023, Simon Turner, Campaign Manager Driving for Better Business gave the audience a – very Read More

£1.9m fine for major transport firm after worker killed by HGV

Two major transport companies have been fined a combined total of £2.2m after ‘a loving dad and husband’ was killed when he was hit by a HGV in Birmingham. Read More

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