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Fleet Safety Forum site launched

Road safety charity Brake has launched a new website - www.fleetsafetyforum.org - providing fleet safety advice, information and resources.

The website is the new online home of the charity's fleet division, the Fleet Safety Forum, and includes manager guidance on topics ranging from eco driving, to driver tiredness and duty of care issues and a range of e-learning tools and other resources for drivers.

The site is sponsored by Balfour Beatty Plant & Fleet Services and open to all subscribers to Brake's Fleet Safety Forum.

Subscription costs from just £115 +VAT per year and companies can subscribe online at www.fleetsafetyforum.org

Roz Cumming, fleet safety forum manager, says: "The new site gives fleets a valuable range of information and resources, all in one place, to help them improve safety and save lives. We urge fleets to join our community of safety conscious organisations, and sign up today at www.fleetsafetyforum.org, to get full access to this important web portal."

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