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Driving for Work free film available on-line from RoSPA

9 April 2008

“Driving for Work” is a short film produced by RoSPA designed to raise awareness about the risks faced and created by people who drive for work. It is divided into three chapters, each of which features a 'typical' at-work driver; a van delivery driver, a young sales rep and a senior manager. The film also features advice from road safety experts and members of the emergency services.

As the scenes unfold viewers will recognise character traits, situations and motivations, which are all too familiar to them as at-work drivers. The film can be used to stimulate discussion about many common road safety issues faced by at-work drivers and their managers, including:

  • Driver Sleepiness
  • Speed
  • Distraction (mobile phone, sat navs)
  • Fitness to Drive
  • Aggression

The film is available for free view on-line

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