Archive for November, 2013

Drive & Survive wins Business Car Risk Management Award

For the second year in a row, Drive & Survive has been awarded the BusinessCar award for best Risk Management Supplier.

Drive & Survive aims to position itself as an expertise resource, working alongside customers to help manage their business more effectively. It recognises the commercial realities of everyday life – although it obviously assists with duty of care compliance, and knows that the biggest influencer in the decision to implement a driver risk management programme will invariably be the effect it can have on fleet running cost savings.

All the awards are voted for by the readers of BusinessCar magazine, website and email newsletters, so it’s the people that are using the products on a daily basis who make the decisions.

BusinessCar Editor-in-Chief Tristan Young said: “Risk management is an increasingly important topic for business car managers and it’s clear that Drive & Survive is delivering the goods. Any well-managed fleet will be aware of the need to take every step to protect their drivers and the votes from BusinessCar readers show that Drive & Survive is giving the industry what it needs.”

Accepting the award on Drive & Survive’s behalf was Sales Manager, Ryan Brittain, who commented: “Selling safety has never been an easy task but we know, beyond any doubt, that what we do works in every area it touches and to be recognised (again) by our clients in this way really does make the efforts worthwhile. Thank you!

Current health and safety regulation for car driving

Current health and safety regulations make it a requirement for employers to extend their duty of care for workplace safety to those who drive for work purposes.

Drive & Survive has developed a broad range of products including fleet driver training to help with managing road risk and they are collectively known as the Driver Risk Management Programme (DRMP).

Despite this are you dazed & confused by the demands of Health & Safety Regulations?

Perplexed by the seemingly contradictory information in the press?

Having a problem justifying a driver risk management programme to your CEO or FD?

If you have a fleet of 50 vehicles or more, contact Drive & Survive today to discuss our free, no-obligation driver risk management health check.
We’ll talk you through the options that are right for your organisation and we promise there’ll be no hard sell.
We can’t guarantee to solve all your problems but we can almost certainly save you money and make you more compliant.