The Association of Fleet Professionals is calling for fleets to adopt fatigue policies after Renown Consultants is found guilty of health and safety breaches.
Fleets and their drivers are being warned to be wary of the dangers of being tired behind the wheel, by GEM Motoring Assist.
Stress and tiredness are among the major contributors to a driver’s lack of mental well-being and these can be caused by factors both inside and outside work.
New guidance for fleets on driver fatigue has been published by the Global Fleet Champions (GFC) campaign.
Brake has invited fleet managers, health and safety managers and HR professionals to attend it’s seminar on driver fatigue.
One in eight (13%) of drivers in the UK admit falling asleep at the wheel, according to new research by the AA Charitable Trust.
The DVLA has introduced new guidelines for drivers with obstructed sleep apnoea.
A fresh call has been made for the Government to act to prevent vocational drivers suffering from sleep apnoea from facing a ‘life sentence’ of guilt.
Driving with an undiagnosed sleep condition is more dangerous than drink driving, according to new research.
Findings from new research into a severe and potentially devastating sleeping disorder has revealed eight out of 10 businesses, that run vehicle fleets, say they would benefit from greater awareness of the condition.
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