COMPREHENSIVE LEGAL AND PRACTICAL GUIDANCE AVAILABLE ON MANAGING DRIVERS AND FLEET
Any employer with employees who drive – even just occasionally – for work purposes is responsible for their health and safety while on the road.
Driving is the most dangerous task employees undertake at work – and with the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 now in effect, employers could find themselves facing prosecution, huge fines and negative publicity.
This new Special Report from Workplace Law Group is fully revised and updated from the bestselling first edition. As well as corporate manslaughter legislation the report considers changes to the Road Safety Act 2006, the smoking ban, mobile phones and the increasing number of environmental schemes affecting vehicles.
Written by experts in the field, this new special report from Workplace Law Group is packed with extensive, up-to-date, high-level research and provides a unique insight into practical measures required to comply with the law.
Report available by clicking here.
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