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Fawcett Driver Training

An occupational and fleet driver training consultancy which is based in Chester, operates in the North West of England & North Wales and provides services nationally upon request. Fawcett Driver Training offer a number of courses assisting organisations to reduce their fleet running costs as well as fulfilling obligations of duty of care to employees, contractors or volunteers. The true cost of accidents to organisations are nearly always significantly higher than the cost of repairs and insurance claims. Research into work-based accidents by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) suggests that for every ?1 recovered through insurance, between ?8-?36 may be lost via uninsured costs. Large financial gains can be made with a relatively small investment in driver training as part of a health and safety strategy. As well as the financial benefits, organisations implementing a driver training policy report an increase in levels of staff motivation, productivity and public image.

91 Hartington Street
Chester
Cheshire
CH4 7BP
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http://www.fawcett-driver-training.co.uk/



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An occupational and fleet driver training consultancy which is based in Chester, operates in the North West of England & North Wales and provides services nationally upon request. Fawcett Driver Training offer a number of courses assisting organisations to reduce their fleet running costs as well as fulfilling obligations of duty of care to employees, contractors or volunteers. The true cost of accidents to organisations are nearly always significantly higher than the cost of repairs and insurance claims. Research into work-based accidents by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) suggests that for every ?1 recovered through insurance, between ?8-?36 may be lost via uninsured costs. Large financial gains can be made with a relatively small investment in driver training as part of a health and safety strategy. As well as the financial benefits, organisations implementing a driver training policy report an increase in levels of staff motivation, productivity and public image.