The traffic on our roads is changing rapidly and there is now an ever-increasing number of vulnerable road users on our streets – particularly cyclists and pedestrians.
As a commercial fleet operator, health and safety will naturally be of primary importance, to protect not only your own employees, but also the general public. In support of this Fleet Source has created a Work Related Road Risk training course to equip your drivers with the skills and knowledge they need to help reduce the risk of collisions between commercial vehicles and vulnerable road users.
Originally implemented in Transport for London and Crossrail contracts, Work Related Road Risk requirements are now being nationally adopted by the construction sector and are becoming a national standard across all logistics sectors in the UK. So our Work Related Road Risk course is a great way to be able to demonstrate to your clients you are managing road risk effectively.
Book a Work Related Road Risk course
Our one-day Work Related Road Risk CPC courses cost just £55+vat per person (plus DVSA upload & certificate fee of £9.95).
Alternatively, if you are interested in on-site training or a Work Related Road Risk course for your entire fleet, please contact us for pricing information.
As an employer it’s vital to equip your drivers with the knowledge and skills to operate safely on our busy roads. Attending a Fleet Source Work Related Road Risk course will give delegates a better appreciation of how our streets are changing, the increase in vulnerable road users and how driving for work can be made much safer, with the ultimate aim of reducing the number of collisions.
In addition, if you’re looking to become FORS accredited (our Work Related Road Risk course meets the training requirements for FORS Bronze) and/or CLOCS compliant, then this course is a must.
It also contributes 7 hours towards the 35 hours CPC all drivers require by law.
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