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A considerable number of fleets and those responsible for the operation of a company vehicle(s)
are not covering one or more of the four most important risk management procedures:
This section gives you help and guidance on driver selection and vetting to ensure risk management procedures are established and enforced
Normally, vehicle users fall into two types.
Naturally, you will wish to pay close attention to the driving skills of professional drivers, as these are most likely to have an impact on your overall fleet costs: not just in insurance terms but in vehicle wear and tear and fuel consumption. However, attention should also be paid to the skills and attitude of car drivers.
The following checklist identifies the steps to recruiting or selecting a driver. These steps should be taken in conjunction with the completion of a Vehicle driving application form.
So what can you do?
As fleet operators you need to have a clear and concise policy on the vetting of drivers and control of your fleet. There are six main areas which should be adequately addressed to meet your obligations.
These have been consolidated into the following detailed sections which together culminate into one complete document headed ‘New Driver Vetting and Induction'.
Useful Motor Risk Templates are available for you to download free of charge - visit our Tools and Templates section.
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This document contains general information and guidance and is not and should not be relied on as specific advice. The document may not cover every risk, exposure or hazard that may arise and Aviva recommend that you obtain specific advice relevant to the circumstances. AVIVA accepts no responsibility or liability towards any person who may rely upon this document.
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