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  • 1. Manage My Cars 7 Steps to Duty of Care Compliance Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com
  • 2. Step 1 Carry out a driver risk assessment on all your drivers Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com
  • 3. Make sure you consider • Age and driving experience • time with company, • number of points on licence (if any), • number of miles driven a year, • types of journeys, • number of accidents etc. RECORD YOUR RESULTS! Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com
  • 4. Use the results to consider if more in-depth assessments are necessary and if driver training should be considered for some of your drivers. Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com
  • 5. Step 2 Put a procedure in place to check your drivers driving licences at least once every 6 months MAKE A RECORD OF IT! Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com
  • 6. Step 3 Make your drivers (including the MD) sign a medical declaration confirming they are fit to drive MAKE A RECORD OF IT! Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com
  • 7. Step 4 Put a procedure in place to ensure your drivers perform a safety check on their vehicles at least once a month. Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com
  • 8. Safety checks should include tyres (pressures and tread depth), lights, bodywork windscreens service intervals etc. MAKE A RECORD OF IT! Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com
  • 9. Step 5 Put a procedure in place to ensure your drivers are aware of how to manage their vehicles, how to arrange servicing, and what to do in case of breakdowns etc. Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com
  • 10. Step 6 Make sure your drivers are aware of the risks associated with driving, and how to plan their journeys considering the environment, and direct costs to your company. MAKE A RECORD OF IT! Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com
  • 11. Step 7 Ensure your Corporate Health and Safety Policy is reflected in your Company Car Drivers Handbook Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com
  • 12. Such Issues as mobile phones, driver risk awareness, and drink, drug related driving offences should be included Make sure that all your drivers (including the MD) receive a copy Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com
  • 13. MAKE A RECORD THAT THEY HAVE READ IT ! Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com
  • 14. Step 8 Sorry... we lied about there only being 7 steps, but this one's the easiest of them all.... Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com
  • 15. To see an example of how it works Click here or Call us on 0207 183 1637 Manage My Cars : www.managemycars.com