Managing work-related road safety - two days
Course fees: £199 for Road Safety GB Academy members and £279 for non members (both plus VAT)
This two-day course will explain and illustrate how companies and other organisations can simply and effectively manage work-related road risk. Delegates will be taken through a structured process which will allow them to systematically analyse their key risks areas and then determine processes and control measures to mitigate these risks. By the end of the two days, they will have the tools to design and build their own work-related road safety management system appropriate to their situation, when they return to their workplace.
For the participant to have a greater understanding of:
• Why they need to manage work-related road safety.
• A systematic approach to managing work-related road safety.
• The need to consider a number aspects of the management system including the driver, the journey, the vehicle and the organisation.
Who should attend?
Fleet managers, managers of employees who drive or ride for work, HR and health and safety professionals.
It has been estimated that between a quarter and a third of all fatal and serious injuries on our roads are work related, making driving one of the most dangerous occupations. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has confirmed that driving for work falls under health and safety law as well as road traffic law. Therefore, the associated risks should be effectively managed as part of a company’s health and safety management system.
The costs of not managing the driving at work risk
|Injuries to employees and other road users||Vehicle repair and replacement costs||Higher insurance premiums|
|Temporary or permanent staff replacement costs||Increased wear and tear on the vehicles||Lost productivity and unpredictability|
|Personal injury compensation costs||Damaged or destroyed stock||Wasted management and employee time|
The trainer for this course is Rob McAuley CMIOSH.
Rob has a strong management background, spending the last 10 years in a senior global health and safety position with a multinational pharmaceutical company. He recently developed and implemented a global driver safety programme for a global fleet of around 26,000 cars and motorcycles. The programme reduced the fatality rate significantly, the collision rate by 55% a year ahead of target and saved an estimated £4 million over 5 years. He has experience in all aspects of the pharmaceutical, chemical and FMCG industries.
Rob is a Chartered Health and Safety professional and has now has his own consultancy, FutureSafe Consulting Ltd.