Duty Of Care Advice, Policy Guidelines & Driver Assessment Services for CorporatesAlconbury Driving Centre (ADC) not only provides high quality driver training, but also valued services to Corporates to help them formulate their company policies pertaining to driving at work.
Alconbury, Cambridgeshire, UK, April 06, 2012 -- The Alconbury Driving Centre (ADC) not only provides high quality driver training, but also valued services to Corporates to help them formulate their company policies pertaining to driving at work. These services include Duty of Care Advice & Policy Writing, Driver Assessments, Safe and Fuel Efficient Driver Training and Minibus Driver Training.
ADC’s experts advise companies on their duty of care regarding company drivers. They help the officials in formulating an ‘occupational road risk policy’, that speaks about rules and guidelines related to driving at work, and safety measures to be taken in order to minimize the likelihood of accidents. The policy also enlists the responsibilities of the managers and drivers both. It mentions in detail what measures a manager must take to ensure drivers are well-trained and equipped to drive company vehicles, and how drivers must follow rules and drive carefully.
The Managers, Directors and Staff, all need to make sure that the vehicles being used in the company are running well, insured and maintained appropriately, and that the drivers are well-trained and competent, have a valid driving license, and are medically fit to drive. ADC has compiled and developed a very elaborate ‘Driving At Work Questionnaire’ that is very helpful for corporates to assess occupational road risk and serves as a health & safety checklist tool for managers.
The centre also provides Van Driver Training and Assessments for companies to ensure that their drivers are efficient, well-trained and know the current health & safety legislation. Safe and Fuel Efficient Driving (SAFED) is a one day training programme, suitable and relevant to companies. The training covers occupational road risk, vehicle loading, defensive driving, speed limits, etc.
For consultation and more information on various trainings and assessments, contact ADC.
The Alconbury Driving Centre (ADC) not only provides high quality driver training, but also valued services to Corporates to help them formulate their company policies pertaining to driving at work.
Alconbury Driving Centre
Huntingdon, PE28 4WX
+44 (0)1480 457439
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