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Question 363 June 2005


Occupational Road Risks Policies

What policies / controls do companies have to manage tool-of-trade and ‘perk’ company car users to safeguard them in respect of weather, environment, location, terrain, time-at-wheel etc.?

 
 

The following 15 companies answered this question and 11 documents were supplied:

  • American Express Services Europe Ltd: OHSG
  • Atkins
  • BBA Aviation plc
  • BOC Limited
  • BP Chemicals Ltd
  • British Airways PLC
  • Homeserve plc
  • Nationwide Building Society
  • Nestlé UK Ltd
  • Rolls-Royce plc
  • RSA plc - INS
  • Tube Lines Limited
  • UKAEA
  • UNIQ plc
  • Zurich - INS
Documents
  • "Car Safety"
  • "Driver safety policy for AEI"
  • "Driving"
  • "Driving on Company Business"
  • "Guidelines for Drivers in Acetyls"
  • "Management of Road Risk"
  • "Occupational Road Risk"
  • "Occupational Road Risk"
  • "Occupational Road Risk"
  • "Personal Safety whilst Driving"
  • "Winter Motoring"

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