IAM RoadSmart is encouraging businesses to make sure driver training is a part of apprenticeship development.
TP Fire & Security has announced the successful implementation of Lightfoot’s in-cab technology across its fleet, leading to increases in fuel economy of almost 10%.
The changes, which include minimum qualifications, training standards and the delivery of periodic training, were introduced yesterday (July 22).
Hovis has won the Microlise Driver Excellence Award for 2020 after telematics data showed it had the best performing drivers.
E.On has reached the highest levels of driver compliance, thanks to its use of the Driving Monitor platform.
Mercedes-Benz Vans has loaned 15 Sprinters to Tesco so the supermarket can to continue carrying out driver assessments.
Red Driver Training is urging delivery companies not to overlook the importance of driver training as they recruit thousands of new employees to cope with demand.
There will be no increase to FORS membership subscription or audit fees during 2020, for the fifth year in succession.
Groundwork London has reported the improvements after installing Lightfoot in its fleet of 73 vans and utility vehicles.
Taxis and couriers urged given new RoSPA safety guidance.
Clipper Logistics says it has seen several benefits from switching its licence checking procedures and processes to Licence Check’s DAVIS platform.
Cemex has recognised the commitment of its LGV operators to safe, efficient and skilful driving at its annual Driver of the Year awards.
Subject, of course, to the new UK Government confirming that it will continue to mirror European road safety rules
Nick Caesari appoints Steve Steele and Gareth Fussell for 'innovations group'.
Highways England is joining up with six police forces, the HSE and the DVSA to reduce incidents on the M62 between Liverpool and Hull.
Scott Lewis has been chosen to represent the UK at the international final of the DAF Driver Challenge in Luxembourg this weekend.
Bibby Distribution has recognised its safest and most skilled drivers, at its second annual Driver of the Year celebration.
A clip of a truck driver helping an elderly lady cross the road has become an internet sensation.
Chris Shenton of Asda has been named the Van Excellence Driver of the Year and Alex Tilley of Moy Park the Young Driver of the Year 2019.
Logistics businesses anticipate that 15% of their current HGV driver vacancies will not be filled due to the nationwide skills shortage.