Membership Matters

September 2002
Management Services;Sep2002, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p34
Academic Journal
This article reports that under proposed changes in the law of Great britain, directors of organizations that operate fleets of vehicles may soon have a personal legal duty to ensure the competence of their drivers on the road. If they fail to take steps to protect their employees and the general public, they could face severe penalties. In anticipation with the changes in the law, the n-e-learning.com Ltd. has developed software which ensures that car drivers and drivers of large vehicles are fully aware of the current official rules of the road. designed primarily to help drivers to pass their theory tests, this software can also be used to make sure that experienced drivers stay up-to-date with the latest highway code and best practice.


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