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QBE to sponsor Brake workshops

QBE, which provides business insurance, is to sponsor a series of professional workshops run by Brake, the road safety charity.

Aimed at both fleet and road safety professionals, the workshops will run throughout autumn 2010 and spring 2011 in various locations across the UK.

A range of topics are covered including viral road safety marketing, eliminating driver distractions, and several meet the expert sessions, where participants can meet academic experts in the fields of fleet and road safety.

The workshops are run through Brake’s Fleet and Road Safety Forums, which aim to support professional development and encourage the sharing of best practice.

Caroline Perry, events manager at Brake, said: “Brake is delighted that QBE has decided to sponsor these events. Thanks to their support we are able to provide these workshops, which are a fantastic opportunity for fleet and road safety professionals to come together and share best practice on vital topics.”

Matthew Crane, managing director motor, QBE European Operations, added: ”Road safety is in everyone’s best interest and QBE is once again happy to support the important work that Brake carries out. There is a huge amount of safety knowledge out there and bringing key experts together to share views and approaches is another important step towards making our roads safer”
 

For more information go to www.brake.org.uk/events.

To book a place contact the Brake admin team on 01484 559909 or admin@brake.org.uk.

 

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