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Arval launch new web portal to reduce road risk

Arval has launched a new website designed to promote road safety and encourage its customers and all businesses to implement effective risk management policies and procedures. The new portal offers easy access to a range of in-depth information, current news, appropriate guidance and useful links to help businesses manage all aspects of road and driver safety.

It is estimated that a third of all road traffic accidents involve somebody who is at work at the time. To help companies examine and manage road safety issues and assist them to comply with their legal responsibilities, Arval’s new road safety website provides an important management tool.

Jean-Marc Torre, chief executive officer, Arval, comments:

“The new portal is founded upon the deeply ingrained road safety culture that exists within Arval. It is an important step in our continued commitment to promote best practice and will contribute to the education of drivers and businesses about road safety issues.

“I would urge managers and employees with responsibility for undertaking or managing business related journeys to spend a few minutes looking at this new website and exploring the sites of the many other road safety professionals that continue to inspire and support Arval with our road safety initiatives.”

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