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Driving is, without doubt, the most dangerous work-
It is estimated that between 25% and 33% of road traffic collisions involve somebody
who was using the road for work purposes. This suggests that in the UK alone between
556 and 721 people were killed and between 6,200 and 8,200 were seriously injured,
Organisations need to have a clear understanding of the risks involved when employees
are driving for work-
But remember, managing occupational road risk is NOT just driver training . . .
Our goal is to provide you with a fleet management solution that adds value to your business. Contact us today to find out how our fleet management program and fleet management consultancy will help you protect your company from prosecution while providing a return on investment in a very short period of time.
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The Police will be able to take immediate action against motorists who fail roadside eye tests under tough new rules introduced today by Road Safety Minister Stephen Hammond.
DVLA has worked closely with the Association of Chief Police Officers to introduce a new system to deal with roadside eyesight test failures more quickly. Under the new rules a licence can be revoked in a matter of hours rather than days.
The new system enables the police to notify the DVLA electronically with details of eyesight test failures allowing a notice of revocation of the licence to be issued to the motorist within hours.
All drivers must be able to meet the eyesight standard for driving by reading a number plate from 20 metres – this can be easily checked by the police at the roadside. A motorist who drives when unable to meet this standard is committing an offence. have their licence revoked. Once revoked, a licence will not be returned until a driver can demonstrate that their eyesight meets the required standard.
The biggest deterrents to bad driving were:
‘Enforcement – the likelihood I will get caught' (70%).
‘The consequences – causing death or injury to myself or others' (48%).
‘The severity of the punishment if I am caught' (43%).
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