IS MANAGING YOUR FLEET DRIVERS A ‘GREY’ AREA?

IS MANAGING YOUR FLEET DRIVERS A ‘GREY’ AREA?

Some employers wrongly believe that by taking a photocopy of an employee’s driving licence means they fully comply with health and safety laws. Others don’t realise that if they ask an employee to pop to the shops in their own car for a pint of milk then they should...
ZERO ROAD DEATHS CAMPAIGN #PROJECTEDWARD

ZERO ROAD DEATHS CAMPAIGN #PROJECTEDWARD

With five people dying on average each day on UK roads, a campaign for “zero road deaths” is being backed by a growing number of road safety campaigners across Europe. The TTC Group, which educates 350,000 each year to drive more safely and is a leading provider of...
FESTIVALS AND DRIVING

FESTIVALS AND DRIVING

Drive safely is the message to thousands of people from across the UK due to arrive in Staffordshire and Chelmsford for the upcoming V Festival. Festival goers have been given a ”flowery” check list to help them have a hassle free journey by the TTC Group, the UK’s...
TTC Group “Inspires Britain” Award

TTC Group “Inspires Britain” Award

The TTC Group has been congratulated by the Prime Minister as one of the top 1,000 dynamic companies to “Inspire Britain.” The road safety organisation, which educates more than 350,000 each year to reduce road casualties and works in the fleet sector, was chosen for...
Driver Fatigue – The Silent Killer

Driver Fatigue – The Silent Killer

Driver fatigue is the silent killer in disguise. It creeps up gradually on unsuspecting drivers with all too often serious consequences, says the TTC Group, a road safety education organisation urging public sector chief executives to take action to combat the danger....
Safe Driving For Work – Or Is It ?

Safe Driving For Work – Or Is It ?

Have you got employees who drive for work? To reduce the number of road incidents, TTC DriverProtect urges employees to take more care behind the wheel when driving for any work related activity – whether that be in a company car or their own vehicle. Health and...