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Drivers 'should get six penalty points' for using a mobile phone while driving
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Drivers 'should get six penalty points' for using a mobile phone while driving

Metropolitan police Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe has suggested that the current punishment of three penalty points and a £60 fine for using a mobile phone while driving is not a strong enough deterrent. Instead, he believes offenders should receive six points on their licence, which would make drivers take the law on driving while on the […]

Introduction to Fleet Driver Training
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Evaluating the Risks
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FSF - Driving Assessment & Monitoring
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Fleet Drivers - Your Legal Responisbility
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Company Driving Fleet Using Private Cars
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Driving at Work (DFT)
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Benefits of Managing Work-Related Road Safety
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Assessing Risks on the Road
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Assessing Risks on the Road

Risk assessments for any work-related driving activity should follow the same principles as risk assessments for any other work activity. You should bear in mind that failure to properly manage work-related road safety is more likely to endanger other people than a failure to properly manage risks in the workplace. A risk assessment is nothing […]

Corporate manslaughter company must pay £385,000 fine
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Corporate manslaughter company must pay £385,000 fine

Corporate manslaughter company must pay £385,000 fine 12/05/2011 in News Home Read more: Latest Fleet NewsFleet Industry NewsManufacturer NewsPeople NewsTax and Legislation NewsEnvironment NewsGeneva Motor ShowCV Show The first company convicted for corporate manslaughter will have to pay a £385,000 fine after it lost its appeal. Cotswold Geotechnical Holdings became the first firm convicted under new […]