Traffic Law and Safety Checks

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Understand the law and essential safety checks…

At the end of the course, drivers will be able to explain how the law and safety checks are essential for the safety and wellbeing of all road users and the consequences of law infringements. This course has been created for those drivers with ‘acquired rights’, often referred to as ‘grandfather rights’ and who passed their PCV test before September 2008 and their LGV test before September 2009.

The course is also registered for CPC requirements, contributing 7 hours towards the 35 hours of periodic training.

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Seven hours contribution to Driver CPC

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Explain the difference between Operator Licences

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Describe driving licence and medical requirements for professional drivers

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Explain the drink and drug driving legislation, effects on the driver and difference between England and Scotland

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Explain the graduated fixed penalty system

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Describe the Operator Compliance Risk Score

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Identify top five driver infringements and vehicle defects

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Describe key legal responsibilities for the driver

TOPICS COVERED

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Requirements of and exemptions from Driver CPC

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Aspects of the Operator Licence system

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Driver licencing and medical requirements

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Drink & drug driving

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Operator Compliance Risk Score

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Graduated fixed penalty system

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Road traffic law and the Highway Code

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The trade licence system

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Daily checks

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London Congestion & Low Emission Zone

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Suitable for

All LGV & PCV drivers registered with the DVLA and undertaking their 35 hours of periodic training.

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Duration

7 hours

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Delivery method

Classroom

Delegates

Ratio 1:20

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