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Edward Handley looks at the effectiveness of corporate manslaughter legislation as new sentencing guidelines are about to be introduced.
Selwyn Cooper, head of business sales, Volvo Car UK, looks at whether driver training should be a rite of passage for company car users.
By Sergio Barata, General Manager EMEA at Telogis
Cutting deaths on the roads should not depend upon a postcode lottery, says Martin Wedge, managing director of OVL.
Dr. Martyn Jeffries, head of automotive solutions at SQS looks at eCall.
Darren Newton, chief technology officer at Software Europe, looks at duty of care.
Joe Fielder, sales and marketing director, BT Fleet, on how technology can better protect businesses and their employees.
Selwyn Cooper, national corporate operations manager, Volvo Car UK,says widespread adoption of AEB could reduce accidents by up to 27% and potentially save 8,000 lives a year.
Elias Fattal, managing director, Romex World, on why it is clear that employees are not adhering to the policy laid out by their companies or the law.
Julie Summerell, managing director, TR Fleet and DriveSecure, on why eye tests should be mandatory for drivers.
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