Best practices for your work team road safety
If your employees drive to work, as a company you will want to make sure that their day-to-day work involves as little risk as possible. Here are some recommendations from our team to lessen your concerns.
Be aware and educate your employees on the risks associated with driving for work.
Both you and them should be aware of the risks involved, and what are the most appropriate measures to take to minimize the risks as much as possible.
Be sure to be insistent when it comes to your workers avoiding potential risks such as driving under the influence of alcohol, fatigue or speeding.
Establish a policy that commits to managing your driving for occupational risks.
Keep control of all the cars in the fleet, the drivers and the routes they drive, as well as effective communication to ensure that you can act effectively in the event of an inconvenience.
Establish a set of rules to which all your staff are committed, which sets a safety procedure according to the needs of your company.
Invest in a roadside assistance kit, a must in any vehicle, with a safety triangle, a vest, flashlight, jumper cables, a tow strap, this will be a great ally at the time of any setback, we recommend you take a look at the Classic Roadside Assistance Kit to choose the one that best suits your needs.