Business champion Hannaford includes all employees in risk management focus
Driving for Better business champion Hannaford has raised its occupational road risk management standards by putting all 51 employees through driver training and banning licence-holding children of staff from driving company vehicles.
Those are two of the major initiatives implemented by the St Albans-based high quality fit out and refurbishment specialist as its continues to promote the importance of safe driving as one of the more than 50 public and private sector fleets that are business champions within the Driving for Better Business campaign promoted by RoadSafe.
Fleet manager Leigh Stiff, who has a unique insight into road safety after suffering a broken neck in a crash, said, “Occupational road risk management should always be a work in progress. There are always new initiatives to pilot and implement and new products and in-vehicle features being launched.
“At Hannaford I am continuously reminding all employees about their responsibility to drive safely and that the business has a duty of care towards them and their road users.”
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