29 September 2020
2pm - 3pm BST
Comprehensive incident reporting and investigation procedures are a key element of any fleet’s strategy to manage work-related road risk. Failing to investigate a crash involving one of your drivers could not only harm your reputation – it also means you miss the chance to learn from the incident and introduce measures to help prevent future crashes. Responsible fleets have thorough, practised procedures in place to investigate any crash involving their drivers and use the learning to improve the safety of their journeys.
In this webinar you will learn:
- why thorough investigations is essential to understand why crashes occur and prevent future crashes
- how to conduct an effective post-incident investigation
- how to create your own procedure to report and investigate incidents.
Who should attend?
Representatives of any organisation in the world that employs people who drive for work, including:
- fleet managers
- health and safety managers
- transport managers
- HR professionals
The webinar is also relevant for road safety NGOs, fleet suppliers, insurers, fleet risk management and driver training providers.
This webinar is available for sponsorship. Contact [email protected] to find out more.
- Overview – Why reporting and investigations are essential
Frances Senior, Head of Forensic Collision Investigation Network
- Post-incident procedure
Andrew Drewary, FCILT MAIRSO, Road Risk Manager / Consultant & Collision Analyst, Road Safety Smart
- Conducting an effective post-incident investigation
Alex Livadeas, Consultant, Investigations Group, TRL
- Case study: Learning lessons
Michael Colborne, Health & Safety Advisor SC&L (South), Tarmac Cement and Lime