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Drivers urged to make pledge to lower safety risk

20 December 2007

Fleet managers should encourage their drivers to sign safety pledges before the Corporate Manslaughter Act comes into force next year.

A number of large companies, including BT and Wolseley, have already asked their drivers to sign such documents, showing they have been through a driver training programme and agree to abide by the rules of the road and drive sensibly.

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