Protecting your flock

The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) has made it clear many firms are now aware they have as much a duty of care to their staff when they are driving, or riding a cycle or motorcycle, as they do when the employee is on their premises. However, there is, says the HSE, a large number of firms who believe they are meeting that duty of care by simply ensuring that their company vehicles are taxed, insured and have a valid MoT certificate. But the HSE insists the duty of care needs to go above and

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