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Events round-up: Stay on top of financial and corporate risk issues

A MAJOR conference will cover new legislation ranging from the Road Safety Act to smoking laws and environmental issues.

The Fleet News Risk in Fleet conference, which takes place on May 15 at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham, focuses on two key areas – financial risk and corporate risk.

The event is designed for fleet operators at all levels who are looking for a detailed briefing on the key issues facing their businesses when it comes to financial and corporate risk.

It will attract senior delegates from the fleet management industry, covering companies that run company cars and vans, with the content based on feedback from fleet operators and the views of several industry experts.

Among the key issues covered will be the fall-out from the 2007 budget and the financial risks of the smoking ban that comes into force this year. Other issues include the writing of fleet risk policies, how to adapt fleet policies to improve driver safety, managing drivers, getting management to listen, and managing opt-out drivers.

Other issues covered include how to manage future environmental risks effectively, such as managing fuel costs and long-term supply, and an update on progress of the Corporate Manslaughter Bill.

  • To secure your place at the event, log on to the dedicated industry events website www.automotive-events.co.uk and click on Risk in Fleet, or call Sandra Evitt on 01733 468123.
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