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It’s time for another of our popular safety quizzes, and this time we’re looking at the risks associated with driving for work.

10 short questions to test your knowledge, including stats, facts, true/false statements and even a chance to count some squares! All aimed at assessing how well you know about the risks associated with driving for work. Good Luck!

 

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Things are hotting up outside, so it’s important to stay cool whilst inside your car.

Our indispensable summer driving tips will give you some key advice to help keep you safe on the road throughout the Summer months.

 

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This edcar icon 205ition of Training in a Nutshell brings you something different and exciting. Instead of looking at one of our workplace training course, we’re going to be giving you the lowdown on our brand new Driver Profiler tool which launches today (19th June):

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As usual, there’s plenty to look forward to at this year’s Safety and Health Expo, and this year RoSPA will be bringing you something completely different…

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We have all been there, you get your exam results and they are not quite what you wanted. Do you sit around and moan? Do you go through all the hassle again? Alternativelymobile-telephone, do you move on and look to improve yourself?

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Spring is in air, evenings are getting lighter and days are getting warmer. If you’re a driver, you’re probably happy that there are no more dark mornings spent defrosting that car or black ice patches to avoid, but the new season brings with it fresh dangers.road

Here are a few important things you need to need to know to help you stay safe on the roads.

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When it comes to minor collisions, a lot of us regard bumps and scrapes as unakeysvoidable. After all, that’s why we pay insurance premiums, right? However, did you know that the estimated average cost of a vehicle repair after being in a crash is £1,200 and the cost of associated actions is conservatively estimated to be 4-6 times higher than the initial repair value. That means that an average incident could cost your organisation between, £4,800 and £7,200, and that’s just for low level collisions!

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