Driving For Better Business Commitment Scheme Certifies RSS Infrastructure

Driving For Better Business Commitment Scheme Certifies RSS Infrastructure

RSS Infrastructure are proud to announce its latest safety-based accreditation Driving For Better Business (DfBB), a government-backed Highways England programme to help employers in both the private and public sectors reduce work-related road risk, decrease the associated costs and improve compliance with current legislation and guidance.

The company’s Fleet Management Department recently completed the self-assessment portion of the registration process through the ‘7 Steps of Excellence’, by supplying evidence of their safety process that include; Vehicle Track System (VTS), monitored dash cameras, mobile phone app pre-check driver form procedure and Fatigue Monitors; a dash-mounted device that works by focussing on the driver’s retina and measures their ‘blinking pattern’ sounding audible warning if signs of drowsiness, fatigue or lack of attention is detected. RSS Infrastructure passed the assessment with a staggering 86%, beating the national average of 63% on its first attempt.

RSS Infrastructure are delighted to align themselves with a scheme that shares its aims and objectives regarding employee and public vehicle safety. The standards the company will adhere too will see them reduce maintenance costs, fleet insurance/excess costs, third party claims costs, fuel use and emissions, business mileage claims and hidden management and admin costs.

For more information about the DfBB, go to their website on: www.drivingforbetterbusiness.com

About Us

RSS Infrastructure provides multi-disciplinary infrastructure services for the rail, civil and utilities sectors. With offices in Birmingham, Cwmbran, and Doncaster, RSSI works with several clients, including Network Rail, WMCA, Midland Metro Alliance, HS2 as well as Tier 1 & 2 contractors. Services offered include; Arboriculture, Construction & Civils, Magnetic Track Safety, Possession Management, Rail Operations, Safety-Critical Resource, Signalling, Track Warning Services, and Welding.

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