Rd2Success Fleet Services
The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 have placed fleet driver and pedestrian safety firmly on the shoulders of the person who looks after the fleet. Whether running your company's vehicles is your full-time role, or a responsibility you juggle with other work, your drivers' behaviour could be putting you at unnecessary risk.
What's more, the way your employees drive has a much greater impact on your company's profitability than you may think. Fuel consumption, wear and tear bills and CO2 emissions are all affected by driving style, which can add up to big costs for even the smallest fleet. Putting your drivers through our training course also contributes to your Corporate and Social Responsibility Targets, which means one less thing to worry about.
Our well defined fleet course is designed for organisations of all sizes to help them manage driver training and reduce occupational road risk. A two tier approach is aimed at establishing a 'Collision Avoidance Culture' amongst all employees. Prepared in conjunction with fleet training, it's an investment in your employees that will help cut costs and reduce the risk of failing to comply with the Corporate Manslaughter Act.
RD2SUCCESS Driving School is a fresh and new Driving School in This Sector This firm bring bright and new idea across all these areas, our goal is simple – to create better, safer drivers all over the UK.
RD2SUCCESS Fleet Training
RD2SUCCESS Fleet Training provides a training package which is aimed at companies and organisations interested in managing driver training and reducing occupational road risk. It may also help with control of fuel costs through the use of greener driving techniques.
Company Car Drivers
This option includes a short classroom or in car* based presentation outlining drivers' responsibilities and a practical session concentrating on awareness of risk on the road and effective ways of reducing such risk.
Your company must carry out assessments in line with Health & Safety and Corporate legislation* monitoring issues affecting employees and the consequences of their activities whilst at work. This includes any cars your employees are driving, company or personal, during any journey undertaken for company related business. Company Directors and board members risk investigation and possible court action for any breaches of 'duty of care'.