Duty of Care

While it’s impossible to remove all of the risks associated with running a fleet it is possible to minimise those risks and to actively demonstrate that you are fulfilling your obligations as an employer.

These obligations are not only to effectively assess risks and take appropriate action to mitigate them, but also to demonstrate how decisions were made and policies and procedures enforced.

This can take a significant amount of time and effort and requires specialist skills. Bridle Vehicle Leasing’s expert team can help your business to:

1) Accurately measure risks within your fleet using best practice systems and processes

2) Develop and implement processes and procedures to mitigate key risk factors

3) Ensure the existence of an audit trail to demonstrate how, why and when decisions were made

To find out more about how our Duty of Care programmes can help to better manage fleet risk and protect your employees, just get in touch.

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