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Business Champions update case studies

25 July 2012

Central to the Driving for Better Business campaign are the business champions. As well as having to show a 'top down' commitment to work related road safety, these champions are also required to complete a case study.

Two of our champions have recently updated their case studies which can now be viewed online.

Central Auto Supplies is committed to a policy of safe driving.  It expects its staff to exhibit the highest standard of driving at all times and to drive safely and within the law on company business. How company vehicles are driven has a significant impact on the reputation of Central Auto Supplies. Its vehicles and drivers represent the company’s most visible image.

Chamberlain Doors’ commitment to safe working practice covers all respective job functions. The firm participated in an evaluation of Work Related Road Safety run by the Transport Research Laboratory which reviewed the company’s policies in this area as well as its comprehensive programme of training. As a result of its performance in this study, the company was asked to become a business champion in the Driving for Better Business Programme.

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