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Duty of care remains unchanged even during COVID-19

21 May 2020

Story from Driving for Better Business.

A variety of organisations across the public and private sectors have come together due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Essential drivers are part of a vital infrastructure that is keeping the country running, whether they are working for emergency services, public transport or food delivery. 

Advice and information about the following can be found here.

  • Duty of care – your drivers
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  • Managing Driver Fatigue
  • Free COVID-19 Transport Toolkit

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