Employees can't see new regulations
02 December 2009
More than three-quarters of companies aren't aware of forthcoming EU legislation that would mean all drivers need an eye test every 10-15 years, according to a new survey from Specsavers.
Due to become law between 2011 and 2013, the new rules would also mean all commercial licence holders need an eye test every five years.
"We hope to work with fleet managers to ensure that basic eye tests are implemented for everyone who drives in the course of their work," said Specsavers' Corporate Eyecare corporate account manager Laura Butler.