Summarises the findings of a three part study conducted for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and Scottish Executive. The study aimed to: identify and document good practice examples of occupational road safety policies and procedures; establish the contribution of individual differences to driver behaviour, and in doing so inform the recruitment of safer drivers and management of risk; and, establish the extent to which Scottish workplaces consider road safety as a health and safety issue. A model of good occupational road safety risk management is presented. The findings will assist the HSE and the Scottish Executive, should they wish to provide advice for employers on development of occupational road safety policies and procedures, and in doing so contribute to the aim of reducing the number of at-work road accidents and associated costs to employers.
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