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Driver Risk Assessment Template

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As an employer, your workforce may include drivers. That may be drivers of cars, large goods vehicles (LGVs), vans or passenger carrying vehicles. In all instances, you should have an occupational driving risk assessment.


This article explores how to implement a dedicated driver risk assessment rather than a generic approach. If you need immediate support on driver risk assessments or any other health and safety issue, contact Croner today and speak to our expert advisors.


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Why do you need a risk assessment?

A risk assessment is a fundamental part of your internal risk management strategy. You should monitor risk levels for potential workplace hazards, and encourage further training for staff.


By law, in accordance with the Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations, you should have risk assessments in place in your business.


What is an occupational driving risk assessment?

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