Campaign urges employers to 'Stay On Track'
Brake’s Fleet Safety Forum is urging employers to keep their drivers focussed through a new campaign called ‘Stay On Track’.
The campaign aims to raise awareness of crashes caused by driver distractions and provide employers with tools to eliminate distractions such as hands-free phones, eating and drinking, sat nav and radio controls.
Employers can attend a low-cost seminar in Bracknell on 18 March, which will include presentations from academics from TRL and the fleet operator 3m, which has banned hands-free phones in its fleet.
For further information visit: www.brake.org.uk
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