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Free driver behaviour webinar to improve fleet safety

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Brake is running a free webinar, providing expert advice for fleet operators and road safety professionals as part of their webinar series ‘The Essentials of Fleet Safety’.

The webinar will be delivered as part of  Global Fleet Champions, a not-for-profit global campaign to prevent crashes and reduce pollution caused by vehicles used for work purposes.

Global Fleet Champions is free to join and shares training, tools, and guidance on global fleet safety best practice with its members, as well as networking and development opportunities.

The Essentials of Fleet Safety is a series of five, 60-minute webinars to give champions the essential elements of running a fleet safety programme.

The webinars are based on the five pillars of Global Fleet Champions: driver behaviour, incident analysis and intervention, vehicle procurement and maintenance, journey routing and modal choice, and community outreach.

The webinar takes place on Tuesday, March 10, and delegates can register by booking online here.

Sarah Plumb, senior fleet officer at Brake, said: “The Essentials of Fleet Safety webinar series is designed to provide attendees with expert advice on the fundamental elements of running a fleet safety programme, anywhere in the world.

“All organisations with employees who drive for work should adopt a road safety culture backed up by policies, procedures and effective driver training. This webinar will help those responsible for at-work drivers achieve this with presentations and case studies provided by industry experts and academics.”



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