Driver Safety Guide Light Passenger Vehicles - AA and ShopCare
Do you know the risks?
ShopCare has partnered with the AA to develop a resource guide to help your business have a clear view of the associated risks relating to light passenger driver safety.
Knowing which activities in your business have the greatest potential of harming your people, and understanding if these risks are well controlled, is pivotal to creating a safer workplace.
The purpose of this guide is to provide a resource to help businesses better
identify, intervene and manage their driver safety as a critical risk.
Hierarchy of Controls for Light Passenger Vehicle
The hierarchy of control is a system for controlling risks in the workplace. It is a step-by-step approach to eliminating or reducing risks and ranks risk controls from the highest level of protection and reliability through to the lowest and least reliable protection. Risks should be reduced to the lowest reasonably practicable level by taking preventative measures, in order of priority.
Eliminating the hazard and risk is the highest level of control in the hierarchy, followed by reducing the risk through substitution, isolation, and engineering controls, then reducing the risk through administrative controls. Reducing the risk with the use of protective personal equipment (PPE) is the lowest level of control