Duty of Care Review

The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) publishes guidelines for businesses explaining how they are expected to manage the risks associated with driving at work.

Health and Safety law imposes duty of care responsibilities on employers, to manage work-related risk in all areas of the business, including driving activities. Getting to grips with these guidelines can be daunting especially for small businesses, who often don’t have the resources in-house to understand and implement their duty of care responsibilities.

I can help with that by undertaking a review of your current practices and procedures and benchmarking them against the HSE guidelines and industry best practice. This is an essential first step on your journey because the review will be used to develop a detailed report highlighting insights, the gaps, risks, recommendations and an action plan to ensure your business meets your duty of care requirements.

The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) publishes guidelines for businesses explaining how they are expected to manage the risks associated with driving at work.

Health and Safety law imposes duty of care responsibilities on employers, to manage work-related risk in all areas of the business, including driving activities.

Getting to grips with these guidelines can be daunting especially for small businesses, who often don’t have the resources in-house to understand and implement their duty of care responsibilities.

I can help with that by undertaking a review of your current practices and procedures and benchmarking them against the HSE guidelines and industry best practice. This is an essential first step on your journey because the review will be used to develop a detailed report highlighting insights, the gaps, risks, recommendations and an action plan to ensure your business meets your duty of care requirements.

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