Anti-terrorism and anti-theft devices are foremost in fleet managers’ minds – particularly those operating vans and trucks - when it comes to technology priorities.
UK motor insurers have voted for the Motor Insurance Bureau (MIB) to handle and pay the claims from victims involved in a terrorist event.
The report makes a number of recommendations on how the sector hopes to work with law enforcement organisations and policymakers from across Government.
The BVRLA and its members are supporting the new national ACT campaign (Action Counters Terrorism), to help fight the threat of terrorism.
By Anthony Monaghan, senior vice president in the Transportation and Engineering Practice at Marsh
Fleet Source has launched Terrorism Risk and Incident Prevention Policy and Procedure packs to support fleet operators in embedding a counter-terrorism strategy.
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