Car insurance: Employers urged to address road safety

Wednesday, 18 February 2009

Employers need to do more to reduce the chances of their workers being involved in road accidents and subsequent car insurance claims, it has been suggested.

Brake's Fleet Safety Forum has called on bosses to help keep drivers focused by getting involved with its new campaign Stay On Track.

The charity's latest initiative is aimed at raising awareness of the factors that can distract people on the road and offers companies the tools to help motorists concentrate on the job in hand.

Managers have been invited to attend a seminar being held in Bracknell on March 18th.

Roz Cumming from Brake said: "Driver distractions must be urgently addressed as a key risk management concern and I urge fleet managers to attend this important event."

Companies that manage to help keep their employees focused when behind the wheel may find their staff are involved in less accidents and they qualify for low cost motor insurance.

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