Shell keeps industry ahead with FTA Guide to Managing Drivers

Tunbridge Wells, UK: The Freight Transport Association with sponsorship from Shell has published its Guide to Managing Drivers.

Perrin Baker, Shell UK Oil’s senior UK marketing manager, commercial fleet, said: “Achieving fuel efficiency with smarter driving techniques and better journey management will have a real impact on a company’s bottom line. This guide will allow businesses to achieve just that.”

The FTA Guide to Managing Drivers covers best practice from the recruitment and induction of drivers to management of driver infringements. It also looks at good practice when using agency drivers and provides sample forms and checklists that will help managers in their day-to-day tasks.

The FTA Guide to Managing Drivers is available from Shopfta at £15.00 for FTA members, £25.00 for non-members, with discounts for multiple copies.

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