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Web watch: Worried about risk?

  • www.key2roadsafety.co.uk

    JAAMA has launched a new risk management website, www.key2roadsafety.co.uk

    The simple click through menu is slightly off-the-wall compared to most websites, but it’s actually really easy to use. It directs users to best practice information and provides a check list of actions.

    There are three lists, which follow what looks similar to a ‘tube’ line to check through, vehicle, driver and journey. If you aren’t signed up with the website (which is free), each of these links will provide some general info on each subject (eg. night time driving, safety, suitability). However, if you are logged in, Jaama can provide a slightly longer list of information tailored to the information you provided.

    Jaama says the site is updated with weekly news feeds, case studies and legislation, for example the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Bill. The news on the Bills is on there, but there hasn’t been anything else added since July 21.

    The site also outlines the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the benefits of implementing a robust occupational road risk strategy. There are also links to other websites including the Department for Transport’s Think! site, RoSPA and the Health and Safety Executive.

    Jaama’s risk management site is a good place to go to get free bite size chunks of info. It’s worth having a look!

    We like: Simple to use and free
    We don't like: News needs updating

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