PAS 500:2008 National specification for travel plans

PAS 500:2008

National specification for travel plans

Status : Current   Published : November 2008



What is this standard about?

PAS 500 sets out guidance for any organization wishing to develop and implement a Workplace Travel Plan (WTP).

Who is this standard for?

  • Senior management and anyone responsible for a WTP
  • Human Resources/sustainability/environmental departments
  • Contractors visiting sites
  • Delivery vehicle operators

Why should you use this standard?

Finding ways to make the best possible use of the transport infrastructure and minimizing loss of time and economic damage is a clear priority for businesses. A Workplace Travel Plan (WTP), looking at public availability, resources and claims of conformity can help achieve this.

A travel plan is a long-term management strategy for an organization and its various sites that delivers objectives through positive action and regular reviews. It also brings associated benefits to commuters, business travellers and businesses of helping meet the challenges of climate change, congestion and air pollution.

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Standard NumberPAS 500:2008
TitleNational specification for travel plans
Publication Date21 November 2008
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
DescriptorsManagement, Planning, Enterprises, Organizations, Road transport, Road vehicles, Carbon dioxide, Air pollution, Exhaust gases, Environmental management, Parking, Traffic control, Personal health, Drivers (vehicles), Personnel Travel
ISBN978 0 580 62660 9
File Size1.763 MB

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