Using mobile phones when driving – is merely complying with the law sufficient?
More than a quarter of all road traffic incidents may involve someone who at that time is driving as part of their work (Department for Transport figures). Furthermore, there is a substantial body of research that shows using a hands-free mobile phone whilst driving is a significant distraction, and substantially increases the risk of the driver having an accident.
Our latest client briefing aims to review whether merely complying with the law is sufficient. It seeks to influence employers and employees in changing policies and behaviours in order to reduce what could be perceived as the most significant risk they face at work.
Click here to download our latest client briefing.