A NEW website has been designed and launched by Driving for Better Business, that is aimed at helping keep everyone in a company up to speed when it comes to managing work-related driving risk.
With a personalised dashboard, the site allows users the ability to track progress through the free Driving for Better Business programme, and has the option of adding others within a business to take part.
Tools and coaching are provided by the portal to show users how the company is tracking in line with other organisations in terms of best practice, and there is analysis to help identify any weak spots found.
The library includes tools, videos, information cards, and PDFs, with simple checks available to see who has accessed those resources sent to them.
Built over the last half a year, the system has been put together with help from those running some of the UK’s largest fleets. Almost 200 organisations registered for the new portal within the first month since launch.
Driving for Better Business campaign manager Simon Turner said:
We’ve listened to our partners and made these changes to give users a consistent picture across organisations, as well as providing continuity when, for example, the transport manager moves to a new role.
Driving for Better Business is a free-to-access, government backed National Highways programme, in partnership with RoadSafe, that aims to help employers in the public and private sectors reduce work-related road risk.