Driving for Work Program includes all 8 Online Courses
Understand how to Drive more Responsibly
Understand the dangers of driving whilst distracted
Understand the dangers of driving whilst tired
Mobile Phones & Driving
Understand the dangers of using a mobile phone when driving
Understand how to drive safely on rural roads
How to safely share the road with cyclists
Learn the dangers of driving with alcohol in your system
Understand the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs
High Quality Videos for Irish Drivers
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The Facts about Speed
Dangers of Texting behind the wheel
Each course contains a mixture of video, text, interactive elements and a quiz to check understanding.
This module shows you how to Drive Responsibly where most accidents happen.
This module will give you an understanding of the dangers of driving whilst tired.
This module will explain the hazards on rural road and how to drive carefully on country roads.
This course will give you an understanding of the dangers of driving with alcohol in your system.
This module will give you an understanding of the dangers of driving whilst distracted.
Mobile Phones and Driving
This module explains the dangers of using a mobile phone when driving.
This module explains how to responsibly share the road with cyclists and pedestrians when driving.
This course will give you an understanding of the dangers of driving with drugs in your system.
Why you may need this Learning Program
Driving for work includes any person who drives on a road as part of their work either in 1) A vehicle provided by their employer; or 2) Their own vehicle and receives an allowance or payment from their employer for distances driven.
Commuting to work is not generally classified as driving for work, except where the person’s journey starts from their home and they are travelling to a work location that is not their normal place of work.
In the case of journeys taken in a vehicle provided by an employer, such as a van, jeep or fleet car, an employer has a duty of care to ensure the safety of employees using the vehicle. Employers should have appropriate policies and procedures in place to ensure safety when employees drive a work-provided vehicle or drive their own vehicle for work.
Driving for work involves a risk not only for drivers, but also for fellow workers and members of the public, such as pedestrians and other road users. As an employer or self-employed person, you must, by law, manage the risks that may arise when you or your employees drive for work. Employers should have systems in place to ensure that Driving for Work activities are road safety compliant. Employers cannot directly control roadway conditions, but they can promote and influence safe driving behaviour and actions by their employees.