Transport Safety


Is your satnav fit for purpose? Traffic Commissioners offers advice on satnav use in commercial vehicles

The Traffic Commisioners has offered advice for satnav users after there were 1624 incidences on the Network Rail infrastructure alone in 2020/21. Read More

Department for Transport launches consultation on Road Collision Investigation Branch

The Department for Transport (DfT) has launched a consultation on proposals to set up a Road Collision Investigation Branch (RCIB). Read More

Amey Rail fined £600,000 for health and safety failings

A rail infrastructure and engineering company carrying out modifications to the track layout during the reconstruction of Market Harborough station has been fined £600,000 for health and safety breaches. Read More

Fleet management – Director’s briefing

According to the HSE over a quarter of all road traffic accidents involve somebody who is driving as part of their work. Read More

Are you manging your work-related road risk?

Annually, 40,000 people will encounter a road traffic collision at work, this makes WRRR a priority in the HSE's Logistics and Transport Sector Plan. Read More

RAIB opens investigation into Salisbury Tunnel Junction collision

Rail Accident Investigation Branch investigation will seek to identify the sequence of events which led to Salisbury Tunnel Junction collision. Read More

Tackling drug-driving

This Global Fleet Champions factsheet sets out information about measures for addressing drug-driving within fleets. Read More

Thames Water fined £100,000 for unsafe street work practices

TfL has successfully prosecuted Thames Water for four safety streetworks related offences committed on the Transport for London Road Network. Read More

Managing asbestos on the railway

SCOOTEC takes a look at the use and presence of asbestos containing materials (ACMs) in the rail network, both within buildings, rolling stock (trains) and rail infrastructure. Read More

ORR annual rail safety statistics released

Annual statistics, including accidents to passengers, workforce, and members of the public have been released. Read More



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