A dealership has revealed it has passed a hazard identification and management course as it seeks to improve health and safety standards.
Stewart Bedlington, service manager for the Vic Young Group, stated that the decision to take the BTEC Level 2 in EV Hazard Management at Gateshead College's AutoSkills Centre has allowed the firm to learn about how to deal with electric vehicles (EVs) safely.
He explained the training was "doubly useful" for the company, due to the fact that engineers will now know how to safely maintain these types of cars, which will provide consumers with an increased level of confidence.
Mr Bedlington said: "The breadth of the training has equipped our fleet management division with the capabilities to support a wide range of hybrids and EVs."
St Albans district council portfolio holder for sports councillor Mike Wakely recently stated that the authority's fire prevention strategy is to be examined due to a recent spate of fires, reports the Herts Advertiser.
1st July 2013
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