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Brake offers free crisis management training to fleet professionals

Brake offer crisis management course

Brake is inviting fleet professionals to its seminar on crisis management training, which takes place on Wednesday December 4, in Manchester.

​The one-day course will look at procedures and policies an organisation should have in place to provide appropriate support following a road crash or other sudden, violent vehicle-related event.

The seminar will be delivered as part of Brake's Global Fleet Champions campaign, which aims to prevent crashes and improve air quality by sharing training, tools and guidance on global fleet safety best practice.

Sarah Plumb, senior fleet officer at Brake, said: “Brake’s Global Fleet Champions campaign aims to prevent road crashes by sharing best practice and guidance with those responsible for at-work drivers across the world.

“However, it is also incredibly important for employers to be prepared for the worst and to ensure they have robust policies and procedures in place to support their employees, should one of them be involved in a crash."

The training covers:

  • Practical and procedural issues following a sudden death or serious injury
  • Possible commercial and legal implications for your organisation
  • How to look after the welfare of all those involved in and affected by the incident
  • The roles and responsibilities of professionals who work with bereaved and injured people
  • What you can do to support affected personnel and the limitations of your support
  • What you should communicate to other members of staff; a
  • How to create a crisis response team.

The seminar will take place at Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday December 4

Book your place here


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