November 7, 2016 by Irvin Gray
How up-to-speed are you on the rules and regulations that govern fleet operations? Navigating the maze of fleet regulations and staying on the right side of the law can be a complex and confusing task. The consequence of non-compliance with the likes of the DVSA, HMRC and HSE, however, can be severe. Click here to […]
February 1, 2016 by Irvin Gray
Each year brings with it a new set of challenges and priorities. For fleet operators, the big issue in 2016 looks set to be risk. Granted, risk has always been a major concern for any company with a vehicle fleet but now, in light of the recent increase in road deaths, it is being brought into […]
December 22, 2015 by Irvin Gray
How do you rank against your peers when it comes to road risk and fleet safety? Occupational road risk is never too far from a fleet manager’s thoughts. But how much do you really know about the dangers that threaten the safety of your drivers? Click here to take our second quiz on fleet safety and […]
December 4, 2015 by Irvin Gray
How do you rate your fleet safety knowledge? Where do you rank among your peers? Now you can find out by taking part in our series of quick quizzes. Click here to take the first quiz on fleet safety and risk management now, covering five questions on essential fleet safety laws and regulations. You can then check your […]
August 25, 2015 by Vernon Bonser
Barely a day passes without the issue of fleet risk hitting the headlines in some way. From lone worker Duty of Care to Corporate Manslaughter to the Working Time Directive, the fleet manager’s role can sometimes seem wrapped in risk management and legislative worry. Technology has been quick to come to the aid of managing […]
May 9, 2014 by Michael Rayner
In Parts two & three we looked at ‘Areas for Change’ and ‘Why Change’, the fourth and final post in a series of four the risks associated with change. There will be many but there will always be a solution, some will be easy to identify and implement, whilst others will be more challenging. A risk in a project sense is an outcome that causes a change whether that change has a benefit or adverse effect on the running of a business. Each change made is a risk.
October 15, 2013 by Giles Margerison
When you are trying to keep down the cost of your fleet, insurance premiums might not be an area where you feel you have much control. But actually, you can get a good reduction in the amount you pay out – if you are willing to put in the time and effort. Nick List from Zurich Insurance Group tells us how fleet managers can work with insurers to reduce their premiums.