How do you effectively manage your road risk?
What policies do you have in place to help you manage this risk?
How are these policies communicated to your staff, drivers and managers?
How are they enforced?
Who has responsibility for managing your organisational road risk?
Do they understand their role and responsibility?
What happens when something goes wrong?
How do you manage your near miss incidents?
What do you learn from near miss incidents?
What training and support do you give your managers to help them manage risk?
HOW MUCH TIME AND EFFORT DO YOU SPEND ON SHOP FLOOR HEALTH SAFETY SUCH AS TRAINING FOR STAFF USING DANGEROUS MACHINERY, PROVIDING SAFETY EQUIPMENT, MAINTENANCE OF MACHINERY, SUPERVISION, HEALTH AND SAFETY SIGNAGE AND SO ON?
“Headline figures” Workplace fatal injuries in Great Britain 2017/2018 provisional figures are 144 people killed. Including 26 people being struck by moving vehicles. Source: Workplace fatal injuries in Great Britain 2018
There were 1793 reported road deaths in 2017. Source: Reported road casualties in Great Britain 2017: Annual Report
NOW THINK. Where is your greatest risk to the health and safety of your staff?
HOW MUCH TIME AND EXPERTISE DO YOU INVEST IN DRIVER TRAINING?