Arval helping businesses on the road to safety.
Leading fleet and fuel management company host hard hitting and free road safety event.
As a third of all road deaths result from business–related journeys, leading fleet and fuel management company Arval, a Driving for Better Business champion, is taking its highly successful road safety event on the road this summer. Businesses of all sizes are set to benefit from expert advice and information delivered in a hard hitting format, covering many aspects of road safety such as driver education, cost management and businesses’ legal obligations.
The free event is open to all businesses regardless of size, and takes place on Wednesday July 7th at Peugeot Motor Company, Pinley House, 2 Sunbeam Way, Coventry commencing at 9.30am until 1.30pm.
It is designed to improve business understanding of road safety measures, so through education and practical programmes, such shocking figures can start to be tackled. The morning’s programme will cover:
- The risks to a company by not having a work related road safety policy
- The benefits of investing in road safety for a business
- How to address and implement a road safety policy
- How road safety organisations and emergency services can help businesses
- Individual moral responsibilities on the road
Tracey Scarr, Arval’s Fleet & Road Safety Manager says: “Arval has invested heavily in road safety programmes to mitigate the road risks that our company car drivers, our other employees and our customers face. The road safety seminars form part of this program which has allowed us to win a number of prestigious safety training awards."
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