Fleet operators are being encouraged to step up their drug and alcohol policies with the help of new resources from the Global Fleet Champions campaign.
The road safety charity Brake has confirmed the full speaker line-up for its upcoming Crisis Management seminar.
Failure to comply with basic vehicle standards can result in tragic consequences, according to the latest report released by Brake’s Global Fleet Champions.
A report has been launched by Brake’s Global Fleet Champions urging governments to make road safety a priority when operating vehicles for work purposes.
Brake is running a free webinar, providing expert advice for fleet operators and road safety professionals, as part of their webinar series ‘The Essentials of Fleet Safety’.
Fleet managers and HR professionals are being given the opportunity to learn more about dealing with the aftermath of a crash involving one of their vehicles.
The seminar, hosted at Alphabet's UK offices, will focus on managing the consequences of a road crash or other sudden, violent vehicle-related event.
Drug driving laws are being flouted according to a new survey that reveals almost two thirds of people feel that the rules are not being properly enforced.
Brake is running a free webinar providing expert information and advice for employers and fleet and road safety professionals.
Police in England, Wales and Scotland should be given new powers to set up vehicle checkpoints and randomly test drivers for the presence of drink and drugs.
Fleets urged to place higher importance on employees' eye care.
Drivers want electric vehicles to sound like their internal combustion counterparts to protect vulnerable pedestrians, says report.
Latest statistics from Brake highlight level of danger felt on UK roads.
Driver Hire supports push for safer UK roads.
Road Safety Week takes places November 18-24
Brake offer crisis management training course.
Brake launch new webinar that is free to watch.
Brake Safety Awards winners announced
Free webinar on eliminating driver distractions available.
Brake is arguing for graduated driver licences after data showed that, on average, 33 new drivers lost their licence every day after reaching six penalty points.
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