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Training Course for Managers

21 July 2009

The RoSPA Managing Occupational Road Risk course examines ways in which to apply risk assessment techniques and safety management models to the specifics of road-related. Considering the human, legal and economic implications of at-work road incidents, it is clear that managing occupational road risk may be the greatest health and safety issue managers face. Book now - the next course in Edinburgh takes place on September 1, 2009.

Also available now are MORR courses in Birmingham , with the next one taking place on October 12, 2009.

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