Lloyd Morgan Group partners with Driving for Better Business

By Categories: Commercial NewsPublished On: Wednesday 18 May 2022

Training provider Lloyd Morgan Group has become an official delivery partner of Driving for Better Business, the government-backed National Highways programme to help employers in both the private and public sectors reduce work-related road risk, control the associated costs, and improve compliance with current legislation and guidance.

Driving for Better Business is free to access and contains useful online tools and resources to help employers evaluate practices, strengthen culture, enhance performance, and demonstrate leadership in the management of work-related road risk.

The programme’s mission is to improve the levels of compliance for all those who drive or ride for work by sharing good practice and demonstrating the significant business benefits of managing work-related road risk more effectively.

Commenting on the new partnership, Lloyd Morgan Group’s managing director Pete Thompson said: ‘I’m delighted that we have become a delivery partner with Driving for Better Business as we firmly believe in the importance of managing occupational road risk to further drive the social responsibility of the transport industry to improve compliance and reduce work-related road risks.

“As a leading transport compliance provider in the UK, we recognise our role in shaping standards of excellence for professional driving for work to improve driver safety. This partnership with Driving for Better Business represents a commitment to sharing resources, expertise, and support and the promotion of the values of Driving for Better Business programme within the HGV and PSV sector.”

Simon Turner, campaign manager for Driving for Better Business, added: “We welcome Lloyd Morgan Group as an official delivery partner. As an influential force in the goods and passenger transport industries, the company will spread the word across a wide range of companies to help operators stay safe, legal, and compliant.”