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TTC Group offers fleets free online road safety risk audit

A road safety organisation is challenging fleet operators to take the TTC Driver Protect test to see if they manage workplace road safety efficiently and comply with health and safety laws.

The free online audit is being offered by TTC Group, which educates more than 320,000 people each year to reduce road casualties nationwide.

The audit, which takes a few minutes to complete, aims to quickly reveal if a business is successfully minimising its workplace road safety risks for staff who drive for work.

“Organisations have instant access to results at the end of the audit and get a better understanding of how they manage workplace safety. It also shows how to implement best practice,” said TTC director Alan Prosser.

“It’s better to be proactive rather than wait for a road traffic incident which may have a serious business impact.”

The audit includes information on how to reduce driving risks, create a company safety culture, review policy documents, test staff knowledge, DVLA document checks, risk and aptitude assessments, including the identification of hazards and data monitoring.

The audit of 18 questions can be accessed by clicking here.

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