Do you have a written road risk policy that is regularly updated.All employees who
drive for work should have read the policy and know where to obtain a copy.
RemarksOccupational Road Risk policy should form part of your overallHealth & Safety
structure for your organisation
type YES or NO in box
Do you provide Driver’s Handbooks?
RemarksHandbooks are a way of demonstrating your company’s policies, rules and expectations.
Drivers should sign to say they will abide by thecompany’s rules
Do you have a system to risk profile your drivers:High, Medium, Low?
Do you investigate road incidents to allow you to identifythe root cause?
RemarksGood Occupational Road Risk Policies will have good investigation process
to identify root cause and prevent re-occurances, therebyreducing costs and claims
Is there a named senior manager responsible for driving at work within your company?
RemarksNew Corporate Manslaughter Acts places emphasis on senior managers
Is there a policy outlining what drivers do in the event of a collision or breakdown
to protect their safety?
RemarksDuty of care
Do you check the validity of an employee’s driving licence and eyesight before they
are allowed to drive on business?
Does the company have a Post Incident Procedure following a serious incident?
Occupational Road RiskQuestionnaire
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