We’re in Woking at the head office of another Driving for Better Business champion, McLaren Automotive, to see how exceptional leadership has delivered reduced collisions, costs, and even reputational risk. Other company also talk about what driver risk management means to them and their businesses. On the flip-side, we look at some of the key areas of management that leaders can get wrong including one vital area that 53% of directors misunderstand.

Highways England Chief Executive Jim O’Sullivan voices his support for Project EDWARD and calls on other business leaders to ask what else they can do to reduce the risk for those employees who drive for work.

James Haluch, Managing Director of Amey Highways, explains why leadership is so important for effective management of work-related road risk. This was the closing talk at the Driving for Better Business Leadership summit held at the McLaren Thought Leadership Centre.

DfBB Gap Analysis
Leadership Report

Our research shows that many Company Directors don’t fully understand their duty of care for employees who drive on business.

53% misunderstand the law in one key area

Edwin Morgan

Foreword by Edwin Morgan
Director of Policy, IoD

“Given the findings of this report, we would encourage our members and indeed all Company Directors to take the time to consider their firm’s exposure and approach to the issue of driving in business”

James Haluch

Managing Director of Amey Highways and Driving for Better Business Ambassador, James Haluch, explains why leadership is so important to managing occupational road risk.

Driving is often seen as a consequence of a job, rather than an important safety-critical aspect so how can we cultivate a healthy safe driving culture?

Hear why managing road risk is so important to Mike Flewitt, Chief Executive of McLaren Automotive.


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