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Driver CPC Course 5 A Professional Driver ?
© Les Kelly 2011 Course Contents Speed Awareness Spacial Awareness Seat Belts & their use Hazard Perception Fatigue/Distraction Drink Driving Drugs Awareness
© Les Kelly 2011 What would be the consequences? Loss of licence Loss of life Social effects Psychological effects Knock on effects with family and friends Inconvenience Insurance problems Fines Injury Loss of job Imprisonment
© Les Kelly 2011 The law enforceable by the Police Drivers and passengers who fail to wear seatbelts in the front and back of vehicles are breaking the law Drivers caught without a seatbelt face on-the-spot fines of £60. If prosecuted, the maximum fine is £500 Seat Belts
© Les Kelly 2011 So we all think that we have good hazard awareness skills? Lets have a look at the next few slides and find out 1.A general driving situation 2.A picture on the M5 3.A street in the UK Discuss each one in detail and you will find that you all have differences in your perception of a hazard
© Les Kelly 2011 o Effects of Alcohol on the Body o Alcohol and the Brain o The Dangers of Alcohol/Drugs and Driving o The Potential Consequences of Drink Driving o Raising your Awareness of Appropriate Attitudes towards the misuse of alcohol o Advertising o Looking at Units o Process of Elimination o Myths o Sobering up o Beat the Breathalyser What we will cover The Effects of Alcohol
© Les Kelly 2011 The process of elimination The liver can process 1 unit an hour This process is only slowed down by: o A Cirrhotic liver o Sustained heavy drinking o Ill health
© Les Kelly 2011 Myths Both have consumed 5 pints, but the one on the right has been at work got to the bar late and drank his a lot quicker Which one will have the highest breathalyser reading?
© Les Kelly 2011 Picking up a new prescription or over-the-counter medicine Its every drivers responsibility to ensure that they are safe to drive. If a driver is taking medicine, they must be sure that their ability to drive is not affected. The best way to find out if they are safe to drive is to ask for advice from a doctor, healthcare professional or pharmacist. They will advise the driver on how to take the medicine to control their medical condition without risking their safety by driving when impaired. Drugs Legal, Illegal & prescription
Too Young to Die Information for year-olds on staying safe on roads Produced by: With support from:
Driving Safety. u How safe are our roads? u Driving injuries-on or off the job u Unsafe acts behind the wheel u Driving under the influence u “Road rage”
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How to stay safe on the road. It’s your responsibility Whether you’re a driver or passenger, you are responsible for your own personal safety This means:
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