If driving is necessary, the next step is to build a Trip Plan. We recommend two options, depending on the nature of the trip.
For routine trips*, operating the vehicle according to legal requirements, following company policies and safe work procedures and applying measures in TripCheck will sufficiently minimize risks.
* What qualifies as a routine trip varies among companies. Think of a routine trip as a regularly scheduled trip that the employee has previously completed (more than once) in the same vehicle and road, weather and traffic conditions. Routine trips involve known circumstances and reasonably predictable hazards that have low risk levels.
For non-routine trips, use a risk ranking process to evaluate foreseeable hazards. Doing so helps you see opportunities to limit exposure, and plan accordingly.
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To document your diligence, send your TripCheck results and your trip plan to your supervisor, your check-in contact and/or yourself. Enter your name and their e-mail address(es) below and select "Send" to deliver electronic copies of your Trip Plan and TripCheck results.
To print your TripCheck results and Trip Plan, select "Download Printable PDF" on the next page.
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