Business Briefing: Managing Your Business Drivers to Reduce Risk and Boost Profits

Posted on Friday 17th June, 2016 by

Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce are supporting a new national series of events aimed at helping businesses be more profitable by learning to manage their company car and van drivers better. We’d like to invite you to attend with our complimentary places.

Driving for Work – Reducing Risk and Boosting profits

A business briefing by work-related road safety expert, Simon Turner of the government-backed Driving for Better Business Campaign

Does your business ask any of its employees to drive for work?

Driving at work is one of the most dangerous activities an employee undertakes, and employers are legally required to manage this risk effectively. Failure to do so could mean your business is putting its staff and other road users at risk and can expose your business and its senior managers to the threat of prosecution in the event of a serious incident.

However, what many businesses don’t realise is how the hidden costs of even small bumps and scrapes mount up – even for organisations that have never had a serious incident. Reducing avoidable collisions and damage to your fleet can therefore have a huge positive impact on your bottom line profits.

This free seminar will share vital information on…

  • what your legal obligations are for managing your business drivers,
  • how your business can save large amounts of money by managing it better,
  • show you what other businesses do, and the benefits they’ve seen.
  • We’ll even give you a free implementation pack to take away so you can start to improve how you manage your business drivers.

Plus: FREE Driver Awareness Training for YOUR Drivers

If you’re a local business owner for a small or medium sized enterprise, with up to 100 company cars or vans, you can access our free driver awareness workshop training programme. This is a truly valuable training course that will help make your drivers safer and encourage them to take greater care of your cars and vans. Attend the seminar to find out more.

To book your places now go to http://www.drivingforwork.net

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