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#1 06-02-12 22:01:58

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Emergency Response Driver Training

A Summary of the Road Ahead for Emergency Response Driver Training

Section 19 of the UK road safety Act 2006, will regulate the use of exemptions from speed limits, this section of the road safety act Is due to go out for public consultation in May 2012 and is expected to be presented to the Government for approval in October 2012.

The High Speed Driver Training (HSDT) Codes of Practice will be implemented when section 19 becomes legislation the codes will set the UK National Occupational Standards (NOS)

Authorised organisations must produce a document and evidence that there training will comply with the (HSDT) Codes of Practise & the training body must hold accreditation by the Department for Transport (DfT) to provide High Speed Driver Training (HSDT) 
The DfT will authorise the organisation’s Emergency Response Driver Training.

Organisational Requirements

Upon the implementation of Section 19 of the Road Safety Act 2006 and the High Speed Driver Training Codes of Practise an organisation with be required to:

•    Train all new & existing Emergency Response Driving Instructors to a competent standard as per the (HSDT) NOS

•    Train all new Emergency Response Drivers to a competent standard as per the (HSDT) (NOS)

•    Re-assess all current Emergency Response Drivers to a competent standard as per the (HSDT) (NOS) within a five year period.

Any organisation statutory, private or voluntary that is not included in section 19 of the Road Safety Act 2006 may have to request to operate under one of the Emergency Services that has been included in the act this may be done though a written agreement or contract and if that organisation is mobilised under one of the listed Emergency Service they may be afforded the same exemption, however this is unclear at this time. 


It should be indisputable that the exemptions afforded to the Emergency Services to drive under emergency response conditions, should be carried out only by drivers that are trained to a high standard and the High Speed Driver Training National Occupational Standards are a drive in the right direction.

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