Mock Trial based around Road Risk Management

19th August 2012

in association with : ignition rm and Irwin Mitchell Solicitors Is your business safe? Every single business uses vehicles for work, whether they use directors cars, company provided cars and vans, through to employees using their own vehicle to travel around on business.

There are a lot of misconceptions about what businesses should and should not do in respect to managing their occupational road risk. This event will make businesses aware of their responsibilities and also the consequences of their actions and how it could affect their business, staff and family. You will also have the opportunity to take advantage of specialist help to ensure your business has correct policies, management strategies and training/staff development programmes in place. Part of the event is a realistic mock trial, which gives attendees a taste of what appearing in court actually feels like. After the sentencing of the company or individual, there is the opportunity for an open session of questions and answers to the panel of specialists. If your company is involved in an occupational road incident, are you prepared for intense scrutiny by enforcing authorities? This could lead to jail, high level fines, loss of business and reputation, lengthy litigation or loss of staff. To book your free place/s or to make further enquiries please contact Mike Stanley (Road Safety Officer) on 0114 273 6162 or email If you are unable to make this date but are interested in attending in the future please email your contact details to Mike Stanley. Please note that places are limited to 2 employees per company, so it is advisable to book early.

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