ISM Services for Non-Profits published their guidance document “Explain “Driving for Work” in funding applications for non-profit organisations, social enterprises and registered charities in ISM Training Centre, Finglas.
“The guidance document advocates for employer responsibility in their employee’s behavior as a vehicle driver and connects non-profit organisations, social enterprises and charities to knowledge, experience and resources with ISM, the Leaders in Driver Education Since 1961. The purpose of the guide is to assist organisations to explain what is “Driving for Work” in the context of Occupational Health and Safety, “said Development Manager Tina Walsh.
The guide is part of a range of information and training services provided by the ISM Services for Non-Profits and ISM Training & Recruitment. This guidance document follows on from the informational sessions on “Health and Safety compliance – How to implement Driving for Work policy” and complements our informational webinars on this matter.
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Established in 1961, the Irish School of Motoring Ltd, known as ISM, is Ireland’s leading Training and Recruitment organisation. ISM specialises in personal, employee and organisational education, training and recruitment in the sectors of learner, professional and vocational Driver Training, Health & Safety, Accountancy, Finance & Business, Warehouse & Forklift, Healthcare, Construction & Engineering. All Training & Recruitment Services are provided for customers in public and in-house settings, including non-profits, small, medium and large organisations and governmental bodies.
ISM Services for Non-Profits, the Community Responsibility Programme of Irish School of Motoring Ltd, are designed and tailored to assist in complying with organisational governance, specifically in the areas of health & safety.