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More resources now available through Driving for Better Business

26 June 2018

A well-tried and tested fleet risk check is available through Driving for Better Business. It is of value to road safety professionals as well as business managers and fleet operators. Access to it is one of the many new benefits available to those who join the Driving for Better Business Community.

Developed by risk management experts at Driving for Better Business, Van Excellence and FleetCheck, Fleet Risk Check is an interactive evaluation of your current level of fleet-related risk. Risk Audit will help you establish how your organisation is managing the risks associated with occupational driving, as well as highlighting areas of weakness, and tailored support is on offer to help you address the issues and concerns you may have.

The risk assessment is divided into four sections, each of which requires you to answer a series of exploratory questions, after which you will be able to download a personalised report showing your current position and with guidance on where and how you should look to improve.

Driving for Better Business is a campaign to raise awareness of the importance of work-related road safety in the business community and public sector by using advocates drawn from these communities to promote the business benefits of managing it effectively.

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