CPC Driver Personal Performance – Alcohol & Drugs

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Alcohol and drugs affect driving performance

This workshop provides CPC drivers, machine operators and operators of plant equipment with an enhanced appreciation of how alcohol and drugs can affect personal performance while either driving or using any equipment in the workplace.

As well as stating the law, the consequences of the ‘morning after’ scenario are explored and the mistaken beliefs surrounding over-the-counter, prescription and recreational drugs.

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

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Raise awareness of how alcohol and drugs can impact on your ability to drive and operate machinery

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Opportunity to formulate an avoidance strategy

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Understand the effects of lifestyle choices and potential consequences of health and well-being

Topics covered

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Understanding the law in the UK

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Alcohol limits, strengths and influences

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Drug awareness and dangers of prescribed, over-the-counter medicines and illicit drugs

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Consequences of impaired driving or using machinery

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Driver health and well-being

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Strategies for the future

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Suitable for

All LGV and PCV drivers registered with the DVLA and undertaking their 35 hours of periodic training, and those operating machinery and plant equipment for work

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Duration

7 hours

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Delivery method

Classroom

Delegates

Ratio 1:20

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