Risk Assessment Methodologies: Quick Facts

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Risk assessment is part of a structured decision-making process involving an iterative programme of data collection and analysis. In Practice

Risk Assessment Methodologies: In-depth

Thursday, January 14, 2021

The UK approach to dealing with land affected by contamination is underpinned by risk assessment. This ensures appropriate effort and resources are put into dealing with the particular problem at any one site. The UK framework is set out in Guidelines for Environmental Risk Assessment and Management. Sitting below this guidance is Model Procedures for the Management of Land Contamination (CLR11), which provides the technical framework for structured decision-making about land contamination.

How to Operate a Fuel-efficient Fleet

Friday, January 8, 2021

Consider all types of fuels. Many alternatives to petrol are available — diesel now accounts for more than 70% of company car costs and almost 100% of vans. As of late 2015, wider concerns about the air quality issues from diesel vehicle exhausts triggered a move to consider other fuels and power-train options.

Fuel Management and Efficiency Policy

Friday, January 8, 2021

These notes provide a basic skeleton from which any company can develop its own fleet fuel policy. Obviously, not all points will be relevant to all corporate situations and it is essential that senior management design the policy to meet the specific needs and operational circumstances of the business, rather than “optimising vehicle costs”.

Fleet Fuel Management: In-depth

Friday, January 8, 2021

There are different principles and techniques by which transport resources can be better deployed to save travel distance, time and fuel costs: these include load planning, vehicle routing and scheduling systems, 24-hour operation, choice of vehicle type and unit load device on transport economy, back haulage and return loads, intermodal operations and management of the fleet.

Fleet Fuel Management: Quick Facts

Friday, January 8, 2021

Large organisations need to include fuel for “transport” in their reporting as part of the ESOS mandatory energy audit scheme and also for SECR and associated Director’s report. Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting