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Driver training for computer company

IT company Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) is launching a driver safety programme for all its UK employees who drive on business.

Through driver training business DriveTech, up to 3,000 CSC drivers will complete an online driving risk assessment. Based on their result, appropriate training is arranged, from on-the-road training for high risk drivers to workshops and advice for those deemed less of a risk.

CSC safety, health and environmental manager Paula Corfield said: ‘As a health and safety focused company it is vital that we follow best practice procedures in all areas of our business. In relation to occupational driving, it is important that we implement a duty of care programme for all employees who drive on business that meets best practice guidelines as laid down by the Health and Safety Executive.’

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