As coronavirus presents the possibility of haulage companies having to deploy new drivers or ask drivers to take to the wheel of vehicles with which they are unfamiliar, HGV insurance specialist, Gauntlet, is urging operators to heighten driver awareness in relation to low bridges
Here at Gauntlet, our haulage insurance specialists have some on-point safety advice ahead of winter 2018, to try to keep more HGV drivers and their loads safe should another ‘Beast from the East arrive’.
Gauntlet Haulage Insurance Experts Urge Truckers to Remember ‘Load Safety = Road Safety’ This Winter
Here at Gauntlet, our haulage insurance specialists have some on-point safety advice ahead of winter 2018, to try to keep more HGV drivers and their loads safe should another ‘Beast from the East' arrive.
Haulage insurance expert, Gauntlet, is urging HGV and other freight operators to take a load off their mind, to help reduce their insurance premiums.
Specialist haulage insurance broker and risk manager, Gauntlet, is advising operators that the livery they proudly sport can become their worst enemy should an accident, investigation or incident occur.
Hauliers facing linguistic issues in explaining fire safety procedures to workers from Eastern Europe and other parts of the EU, can take advantage of a new e-learning option that makes ‘Fire Safety in Industry’ training available in Polish, Slovakian, Czech, Romanian, Latvian and Portuguese, as well as in English.
Dynamic haulage, removals and commercial insurance broker and risk manager, Gauntlet Group, has demonstrated its unswerving commitment to the upholding of professional standards within the insurance industry, by earning Chartered Insurance Broker status from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).
Haulage insurance specialist, Gauntlet, has a new legal expenses policy that should prove hugely attractive to any 21st century fleet manager.
Haulage and van insurance specialist and risk manager, Gauntlet, is urging hauliers to act quickly, to cushion what is likely to be a major financial blow when their insurance renewal comes around.
Commercial insurance broker and risk manager, Gauntlet, which counts haulage insurance as one of its specialisms, is now offering its haulage clients access to policies provided by a brand new, hungry and insightful insurance underwriter - Unicorn Underwriting.
Haulage and courier fleet managers have the opportunity to benefit from a holistic analysis of their HGV or van fleet’s claims history and risk management strategies and assessments, thanks to a new service launched by Gauntlet Group, specialists in haulage insurance and risk management.
Haulage managers are being encouraged to take a keener interest in their insurance renewals, as haulage and motor fleet insurance and risk management specialist, Gauntlet, highlights worrying cases of underinsurance within these sectors
Haulage insurance specialist, Gauntlet, has strengthened its positioning as the ‘consultant in the cab’ by introducing another layer of risk management consultancy from which its groupage clients can benefit.
Haulage operators and HGV drivers who don’t know their OSA from their OSAS should be experiencing sleepless nights. Failure to recognise the impact of the extra ‘S’ could leave a firm or individual in very hot water, facing legal action and potentially also bearing the cost of an insurance claim themselves, rather than receiving a payout from their insurer.
The British haulage industry, and its image in the eyes of the British public, both appear to be suffering due to a lack of joined-up thinking in the corridors of infrastructure planners. Only last week, a headline in the Folkestone Herald (March 5 2015) read ‘Will Clamping Trial Clear Up HGV Parking Blight?’ The ‘blight’ in question relates to lorry drivers using lanes and streets to park up overnight. 15,000 lorries use the ports in this area. Plans are mooted to help resolve the issue – possibly, but not probably, creating 60 parking HGV parking spaces at Stop 24 on the M20.
Leading bus, coach and haulage insurance broker, Gauntlet Group, is telling drivers there’s no need to get the jitters on the forthcoming Friday the 13th.
Careless talk can cost livelihoods. That’s the message that should be spread across the road freight sector, as loads and lorries continue to fall prey to thieves operating both opportunistically and to a plan.
Red Lorry, Yellow Lorry; Red Lorry, No Lorry Why Haulage Is No Longer the Career You’ll See At The Movies
The UK logistics industry is heading at breakneck speed towards a gaping hole in the road ahead – a well-documented HGV driver shortage that could well and truly put the brakes on Britain’s economic recovery. Having survived Christmas 2014 and the predictions of empty shelves, as logistics companies struggled to keep up with consumer demand, the haulage industry’s New Year’s resolution should be to solve the big headache that is HGV driver recruitment.