In October each year, the Road Safety Authority, Health and Safety Authority and An Garda Síochána host a series of free half-day morning seminars nationwide. The objective of these seminars is to inform and educate employers about how to implement safe driving for work practices. The seminars will be of particular interest and benefit to employers, self-employed, transport, safety and fleet managers who operate vehicles in all work sectors. At the seminars, delegates will hear examples from companies who effectively manage driving for work.
This year’s seminars will focus on the ‘Grey Fleet’. This year’s dates and locations are as follows:
- Wednesday 9 October – Clayton Hotel, Galway
- Thursday 10 October – Crowne Plaza Hotel, Blanchardstown, Dublin
- Wednesday 23 October – Fota Island Resort, Cork
- Thursday 24 October – Leopardstown Pavillion, Dublin
A detailed agenda will be available shortly. To register please do so through the following link: http://drivingforwork.ie/registration/
Presentations from previous seminars can be found below.
Road Safety at Work:The Praise Project – 2019
Using the Road for Work: Performance in Ireland – 2019
Safe System Approach To Road Risk – 2019
Work-related Road Safety at Dräger – 2019
Promoting safety at ALSA – 2019
How new EU Vehicle Safety Standards can improve Work Related Road Safety
Tapping The Potential For Reducing Work-related Road Deaths and Injuries
Transport for London: Bus Safety Standard – 2019
Medical fitness and vocational driving: a shared responsibility – 2019
Telematics in Practice – Working together to improve road safety – 2019
Driving for Work – Information and Resources
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people who drive for work are 40% more likely than other drivers to be involved in a collision.