road safety


RoSPA says safety targets must be adopted across England

In order to decrease the number of road-related deaths, England should take Scotland and Wales’ approach and adopt road safety targets. Read More

Cycling to work: One in four commuters feel it’s still too dangerous

Research shows there is still a small percentage of commuters that cycle to work, despite the £1.2 billion investment into the sector by the government. Read More

Is it drivers or managers that create the biggest road risk in an organisation? Why MORR behavioural change is needed

95% of traffic accidents are caused by human error and it’s usually 5% of the drivers within your business that account for 30% of your violations, according to RoSPA. Read More

Driver safety: Reducing preventable traffic accidents

Graham Hall, European Logistics Manager at Air Products explains how new technology introduced last year has already seen the business reduce preventable traffic accidents by 23%. Read More

Motorway safety: Are smart motorways smart enough for accidents?

Police and emergency services have criticised smart motorways, despite a number of benefits, saying they do not help fulfil their duty efficiently. Read More

Lorries at sea – urgent safety advice issued by MAIB

The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) has issued a warning to all lorry drivers who use ferries. Read More

Mandatory vehicle speed limiters ‘landmark day for safety’

Campaigners have hailed a decision by the EU to introduce vehicle speed limiters as a 'landmark day for safety'. Read More

Scottish construction workers get road safety training

Around 120 construction workers attended a road safety training event in Inverness last week to help protect them from road accidents on their commute to work. Read More

Government’s approach to road safety to be examined

A group of MPs are to investigate the Government’s approach to road safety, following concerns that progress has levelled off in recent years. Read More

Motorway workers celebrate safety milestone

Motorway workers in the South East of England are celebrating the landmark of working more than 2 million hours without an accident. Read More



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