LLOYDS-F.E.D (Fuel Efficient Driving)

Lloyds Motoring are a dedicated Occupational Driver Assessment and Training School, designed to reduce the amount of accidents on our roads today. We offer corporate driver training specifically tailored to suit your company’s needs.

As specialists in our field, we provide a high quality training and assessment service for companies throughout UK / Ireland. The courses they provide have many benefits to employers as well as complying with the law. The assessment is carried out in your vehicle and a full written report will be issued.

Lloyds Motoring offer one to one training for drivers. The assessors and trainers are highly qualified and come from good transport and tuition backgrounds. We only use fleet registered assessors and trainers.

Many employers believe that provided they comply with certain road traffic law requirements, (e.g. a full valid license and the vehicle has an MOT certificate), that this is enough to ensure the safety of the employee and others, when they are on the road. This is incorrect!

1. Download our App

We have an App in the iTunes Store that you can download for free to get a guide to just how much you could save using our Fuel Efficient Driving training programme.

2 . Benefits

App ScreenshotThe real cost of an accident to an organisation is always higher than just the costs of the repairs and insurance claims. The benefits Lloyds Motoring can bring to you can be considerable, no matter the size of your business.

We will help you exercise better control over the costs for wear and tear, fuel insurance premiums and legal fees, including claims from employees and third parties.

Our research has shown that benefits from managing your workplace’s road safety and reducing accidents include:

  • FEWER DAYS LOST DUE TO INJURY
  • REDUCED RISK OF WORK RELATED ILL HEALTH
  • REDUCED STRESS AND IMPROVED MORALE
  • LESS NEED FOR INVESTIGATIONS AND PAPERWORK
  • LESS VEHICLES OFF THE ROAD FOR REPAIR
  • LESS LOST TIME DUE TO SCHEDULING OF WORK
  • FEWER MISSED ORDERS AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
  • REDUCED RUNNING COSTS THROUGH BETTER DRIVING STANDARDS
  • -14% FUEL CONSUMPTION REDUCED
  • -56% REDUCTION IN DRIVER FAULTS
  • -34% REDUCTION IN THE NUMBER OF GEAR CHANGES
  • -1.5% REDUCTION IN JOURNEY TIME
  • UP TO £500 FUEL SAVINGS PER VEHICLE DEPENDING ON MILEAGE

Promoting sound health and safety driving practices and a good safety culture at work will spill over into private driving, which could reduce the chances of the employee being injured outside of work.

3 . Legislation

In addition to the duties you have as an employer under the road traffic law you also must take into consideration Health and Safety.

The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 requires you to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety of all employees while at work. You also have a responsibility to ensure that others are not put at risk by your work-related driving activities.

Under the management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, you have a responsibility to manage health and safety effectively. You need to carry out an assessment of risks to the health and safety of your employees, while they are at work, and to other people who may be affected by their work activities.
The regulations require you to periodically review your risk assessment so that it remains appropriate.

4. UK Statistics

It has been estimated that a third of all road traffic accidents involve somebody who is at work. This could account for 20 fatalities and 250 serious injuries every week!

Many incidents happen due to inattention and distraction as well as failure to observe the Highway Code. This is where you as the employer should consider the steps to ensure your employees are as safe as possible on the road.

More than 90% of accidents are caused by human error.

Traffic collisions account for almost half of all accidental deaths.

Road traffic accidents are responsible for nearly a quarter of all adult deaths under the age of 30

90% of accidents occur on roads that drivers are familiar with. The average driver covers about 12,000 miles a year and has a 1 in 7 chance of having a collision during that time.

For a free, no obligation consultation contact us today and you can soon start to reap the benefits of lower overheads for running your fleet.