RMG Road Safety Communications Campaign July 2017 – Safety First – Driver Distractions – WTLL Message on PDA Sat/Nav Function Correction

RMG Road Safety Communications Campaign July 2017 – Safety First – Driver Distractions – WTLL Message on PDA Sat/Nav Function Correction:
To: All Branches
Dear Colleagues,
This LTB is being issued as an update to LTB 394/17.
The Road Safety – Fatal Distraction Campaign Week original WTLL issued to the field (copy attached to LTB394/17) states in the 'Actions' section, under 'Using a PDA', that "The satellite navigation function must not be used." This is an error by RMG that has now been corrected after being raised by the CWU. A revised, updated version 2 of the WTLL has now been issued and which states “Do not operate the Sat/Nav function whilst driving”. See copy attached.
The RMG National Road Safety Manager has confirmed that this has been picked up and an amended wording was uploaded to the WTLL database (see attached). The PDA Sat/Nav function can be used, but must not be operated whilst driving.
There have been a handful of queries, which have been responded to directly to clarify. The RMG Regional SHE field teams have been informed of the error and circulated with the amended WTLL so that they can deal with any queries.
Yours sincerely
Dave Joyce
National Health, Safety & Environment Officer

Email Attachments – Click to download

Attachment 1 – LTB431/17 RMG Road Safety Communications Campaign July 2017 – Safety First – Driver Distractions – WTLL Message on PDA Sat/Nav Function Correction:

Attachment 2 – WTLL – Road Safety Fatal Distraction campaign

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