Tesco dotcom reveals impact of fleet on CSR at RoSPA London Congress
Addressing road safety risks at work, Andy Kemp from Tesco Dotcom, the home delivery division of the UK's biggest retailer, will reveal the efficiency and cost savings that were made by introducing new technology and improving road safety at Tesco Dotcom, which won RoSPA’s Managing Occupational Road Risk (MORR) Trophy for four years in a row.
The company will be one of a number of leading British firms that will share safety excellence tips with peers at the RoSPA London Congress, which takes place at London’s Southbank on 27th November
Roger Bibbings, RoSPA’s occupational safety adviser, said: ‘What is so unique about this RoSPA Congress is that it uses real-life examples. Companies with some of the best health and safety records in the country are helping their peers improve by sharing their own experiences and giving practical advice.
‘New innovative ideas that improve health and safety standards in one company, can be adopted across all types of industries and make a real difference to saving lives, reducing injuries and helping companies boost their reputation and staff morale.’
A full programme for the congress, which takes place at 15 Hatfield in London, can be found at www.rospa.com/events/congress/. Places are still available are priced at £339 + VAT for RoSPA members and £399 + VAT for non members. Anyone interested in attending should email [email protected] or call 0121 248 2089.