A model form where a general risk assessment has identified that there are women of child-bearing age in the workforce whose job involves travelling, and where the employer has received written notification from an employee that she is pregnant and her job involves travelling.
In this case, the employment tribunal found that the employer had fairly dismissed an employee whom it believed had consumed alcohol while working.
A model policy to outline rules on the use of mobile phones while employees are driving on company business.
A model policy to outline the company's rules on travel by car on company business, including the use of mobile phones, taking rest breaks, smoking, and the procedures to be followed to reduce risk.
A table summarising the law relating to the use of mobile telephones while driving.
The House of Lords in Vehicle Inspectorate v Nuttall finds that an employer that chooses not to examine its drivers' tachograph records fails to take the steps a reasonable employer would take to prevent it contravening the "drivers' hours" Regulation and, on the face of it, "permits" its employees to contravene the Regulation.
In the Director of Public Prosecutions v Guy, the High Court rules that there should be no extension of the permitted driving hours for a tachograph-fitted vehicle.
Employees travelling on the highway are acting in the course of their employment if at the material time they are "going about their employer's business", holds the House of Lords in Smith v Stages and another.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to hazardous processes and activities (driving).