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Police chief outlines fleet duty of car from 'the sharp end'

THE head of the Metropolitan Police traffic department is to be a keynote speaker at the Fleet News Hit For Six Conference on September 29.

While lawyers and politicians may have one view on fleet duty of care, it is the police who are on the front line and who will carry out policies. This is your chance to hear their view on such key topics as the aftermath of bad driving and the statistics of drivers that fail to drive with care. Plus, what are the basic duty of care requirements and how will legal authorities respond to H&S breaches?

Chief Inspector Ian Brooks will address the conference under the title ‘Protecting Your Reputation’. answering the key questions on duty of care for fleets

Brooks is one of six experts lined up to speak at Hit For Six, being held at the Quadrangle, Kassam Stadium, Oxford.

  • For more information go to www.hitforsixconference.com
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