Line Manager workshop
Developing a culture of road safety
This engaging course provides line managers with an overview of their responsibilities to effectively manage risk related to employees who drive for work. In this programme your company’s high-risk areas are analysed by our road safety expert; they will impart best practice information on duty of care, the law and your responsibilities, driving policy and key factors on why work-related collisions occur.
By developing a culture of safety, your organisation can significantly reduce fleet running costs, collision rates and protect against reputational risk in the event of an on-road incident.
- Pricing: available on request
- Format: classroom workshop | up to 16 line managers | 3.5 hours
- Format: virtual classroom live | up to 20 line managers | 1 hour
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Improving safety and meeting compliance
Reduce work-related driving risk
Training will reduce driver risk, collisions, potential prosecutions and reputational damage.
Meet your duty of care
Our courses are designed to help you meet your duty of care obligations.
Improve your line managers’ competence and knowledge
- Duty of care and line manager responsibilities
- Key factors for work-related collisions
- Costs of not managing driver risk on people, property & business
- Why driving is a risky activity
Every staff member had a positive response to the training attendees felt safe to discuss their individual behaviour and to partake in exercises and ask questions…I highly recommend TTC’s programmes.Strategic Development & Conformity Manager, Glosta Engineering
Line manager benefits
Explain duty of care responsibilities and legislation that underpins the requirement to manage work-related road safety.
Recognise the level of risk associated with driving for work and develop an increased awareness of key factors for incidents and collisions.
Explain consequences for failing in duty of care for the company, line manager and employee.
Explain your safe driving policy, practices and procedures, and the line manager's responsibilities for overseeing driving risk among teams.
- Who should attend
Anyone responsible for the management of drivers/riders and managing occupational road risk such as fleet managers, HR and health & safety professionals.
- Delivery method
The workshop is facilitated by a professional driver trainer who will fully engage with participants to maximise the learning experience and draw out their views and opinions.
- Course outline
Driving – risky business
Stats and facts, the scale of the problem and understanding and managing risk.
Work-related collision – key risk factors
Examine why drivers crash and how this relates to driving for work.
Breach of duty of care
The investigation process, possibility of fines, prosecution or jail, and the risk of reputational damage.
Authority and fitness to drive, vehicle maintenance, driver working hours, mobile phone use and the procedure to report incidents.
Case studies driver management
Driver risk solution for FTSE 100 business
Clarke Energy implements a driver risk programme