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Fleet managers needed for TRL workplace safety study

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TRL, the Transport Research Laboratory, is looking for fleet managers to participate in a study related to workplace and road safety.

The study, conducted by TRL on behalf of Transport for London (TfL), will focus on safety guidance and legislation, as well as management of safety within the industry.

Participants will be required to partake in a telephone discussion lasting no more than 60 minutes. The discussion will cover various topics including use of safety guidance and legislation and management of safety within the industry.

Fleet managers are needed from low-risk sectors and also high risk sectors such as oil and gas, rail, maritime and aviation.

All participants will receive a £25 Amazon voucher upon completion, or if preferred, a donation to the NSPCC, RSPCA or Cancer Research UK.

The findings of this study will be used to provide TfL with recommendations to improve safety and subsequently enable TfL to encourage real change in the industry.

Anyone interested in contributing, should register their interest by responding to a couple of quick questions online here. TRL will then get in touch to invite you to take part.

Alternatively, get in touch on 01344 770014 or email contact@trl.co.uk.

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