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RoSPA seminars aim to promote accident-free culture to bosses

BRITAIN'S bosses will be urged to create an accident-free culture for company car and van drivers at a series of one-day conferences being organised by The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents. The series starts on March 24 at the Hilton Hotel, Glasgow, and continues on May 12 at the NEC, Birmingham, and concludes on September 1 at the RAC Club in London.

All three seminars are being sponsored by insurance company Zurich and Mike McDonnell, RoSPA road safety manager (Scotland), said: 'When companies talk about regional sales they see Scotland as another region of the UK rather than as a country. To keep up with their appointments, the reps will be driving many more miles than in other parts of the UK.'

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