Distracted Driving Briefing


Distracted Driving Briefings provoke thought and can help save lives.

Our in-house distracted driving briefings were created to provoke thought around concentration levels and the effects of in-vehicle distractions while driving. Our clients regularly request staff driver safety briefings for their employees, indeed, some employers offer this briefing to spouses, as they may drive the company vehicle from time to time. Where possible we can tailor the course to ensure it is more specific to your work policies and procedures.

The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 includes the company vehicle as a place of work and states that ’every employer shall ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the safety, health and welfare at work of his or her employees’.


1 Hour Briefing (Arranged at a time to suit your staff)

Online Training Requirements:

  • You must have access to a laptop/computer with a webcam to complete this training
  • You must be available to complete the whole course as 100% attendance is required
  • You will receive a link by email to access the training and the platform controls will be discussed at the beginning of the session

Who should attend?

All staff who drive company vehicles and/or spouses who may also drive the company vehicle from time to time. Drivers of own vehicles who are paid expenses should also be included.

The information provided at this course is also relevant to their driving in non-business environments such as at the weekends with the family.

Course Objectives

To provoke thought around concentration levels and the effects of in-vehicle distractions.

Course Programme

The course consists of an interactive audio / visual presentation, including footage of actual events which occurred. The purpose of this is to identify when the potential for the situation to develop presented itself and to discuss how it could have been managed. The course content can include issues specific to the operations of your organisation, such as fleet policy etc.

Pre-Course Requirements:

An open mind and a willingness to learn and improve driver safety.