Head to Reducing Fuel Use and Minimising Environmental Impacts

Written by Ellie

Fuel Card Services is pleased to announce we will be in attendance at this year's upcoming Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) Nationwide Practitioner Workshops.

Set to be held on Wednesday, March 9th in London, the workshop is entitled 'Reducing Fuel Use and Minimising Environmental Impacts' and will promote best practice among UK fleet operators in terms of maximising their green credentials.

Special thanks have been reserved for Rachel Pearson, who has spent more than a year working in partnership with FORS to set up the new event and who will be in attendance at next month's workshop. Members of FORS are also reminded they can receive discounted services when signing up for Fuel Card Services products.

Rachel, who is the dedicated account manager for FORS members, commented: "There are many small changes fleet operators can make which can not only reduce their environmental impact, but also reduce their fuel bills too."

It will cover a host of important issues for fleet managers when it comes to the difficult task of monitoring the environmental impact of fleet operations and ensuring they are as environmentally-sound as possible.

Topics to be covered on the day will include:

  • The importance of monitoring and measuring KPIs.
  • Upcoming policies that will help to minimise the environmental impact of the logistics sector.
  • Present environmental issues being faced by UK logistics operators.
  • Driver training discussions, including how to maximise fuel efficiency, anti-idling and aerodynamics.

Attendees will also have the chance to discuss a new report outlining the effects of UK logistics operations on the environment.

Kicking off at 13.15 GMT and running until 17:00, the workshop promises to be a jam-packed afternoon of fleet management best practice that attendees will be sure to enjoy and gain a great deal of benefit from. All those wishing to book their place at the workshop can do so here.

Posted on 23rd February 2016

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