United Kingdom

Fleet Department

We manage vehicles for a diverse range of businesses and each one has individual needs and desires. Part of our company ethos is to promote road safety at every opportunity to our clients, our suppliers and our own staff. Our commitment to the charter is to provide additional services free of charge to bring about awareness of the campaign and the need to take action to achieve the target reduction. Fleet Department commit to the following:
 
1. Our actions are designed to promote road safety responsibly through our association with specialist businesses. We are working with...

Institution of Highways & Transportation

The Institution of Highways & Transportation (IHT) in the United Kingdom focuses on the issue of road work safety to reduce the number of death and serious injuries caused to those whose daily working environment is live carriageways. Whilst to overall number of accidents involving roadworks on UK road is relatively low the risk of injury to this group of people is 50 times higher than any other worker in the construction industry.
 
There is sufficient evidence that raising awareness of issues surround road works and driving through road works would be beneficial to driver training....

Gloucestershire Road Safety Partnership

By 2010, we aim to have achieved a: 40% reduction in the number of fatal and serious road casualties, a 50% reduction in the number of child road casualties, and a 10% reduction in slight injury casualties.
 
To achieve this, we will work collaboratively with our Partners and direct skills and abilities to areas where they will have most impact.
 
We will engage with the population of Gloucestershire through:
 
- education and training programmes,
- offender retraining through contact with police and courts,
- determining the need for,...

Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service

The Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service (LFRS)is committing to the following actions:
 
We will put in place a Road Risk Management Policy that is applicable to all employees who are involved in driving or the management of driving activities carried out by the Service. It will identify the structure organisation and responsibilities of service personnel to achieve and maintain a safe transport system for the future. In addition, the Service will be instrumental in developing and adopting the national standard for blue light driving; High Speed Driver Training, and is committed to meeting the 5 year...

Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ScORSA)

 
The Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ScORSA) will proactively encourage businesses in Scotland of all sizes, particularly the small and medium enterprises, to carry out action plans to improve safety on Scotland's roads and to share their good practice with all other organisations that hold the same vision by the following actions:
 
1. To communicate developments in relation to road safety aims, to analyse current existing links with agency partners, and identify partner agency links still to be established. Our objective will be to improve effectiveness of networking stakeholders in the field of road safety.
 
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Local Transport Projects

We commit to seeking out proven best practice in casualty reduction and developing effective solutions specific to local problems where we are commisioned to support public and commercial organisations.

 

As part of our framework contract with our local highway authority we commit to the target of reducing KSI to a maximum of 206 KSI in the East Riding of Yorkshire as a 3 year average for 2008/9/10.

 

To achieve this we will:

 

1.  Ensure that our team of staff are trained and developed and have access to relevant sources,

2.  Work closely with the Road Safety team at...

Bedfordshire and Luton Fire and Rescue Service

 

The Bedfordshire and Luton Fire and Rescue Service recognise the importance of road safety in saving lives. Therefore, we will contribute, and when appropriate lead a multi-agency approach to reducing the numbers of people killed or seriously injured on the roads.
 
We have identified five priority areas for activity based on an analysis of the casualties in our area.
1.Speed
Tackling speeding is a priority area because speed is one of the key factors that determines whether people are able to observe and respond to hazards and also determines the severity of injuries...

Humberside Fire & Rescue Service

 

As a result of our extensive commitment to road safety we have seen significant reductions in road deaths and injuries; however we are committed to further developing our activities within this area to make the roads of Humberside safer.
 
Humberside Fire & Rescue Service (HFRS) are proactively working in partnership with Safer Roads Humber whose key objectives are to reduce those killed or seriously injured (KSI) on our roads. This is achieved through enforcement, engineering and education. A mixed programme of both national and local road safety themed campaigns will be employed and delivered throughout the...

Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service

 

Through our Community Safety Strategy 2009-2014, we will ensure that Lancashire Fire and Rescue Services commitment to Road Safety is targeted, measured and evaluated, contributing to improved road safety by working in partnership with all partner agencies and implementing a number of initiatives.
 
We deliver Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service (LFRS) Road Safety Education package to Princes Trust Teams, a twelve week project for unemployed 16-25 year olds. The aim of the Road Safety Education package is to change young people’s attitudes towards road safety and risk taking behaviour as a driver and as a passenger. The...

Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service

The Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) commits to the European Road Safety Charter for the coming three years.
 
We are committed to a multi-agency approach of the Hertfordshire Road Safety Group to build partnerships between key service delivery agencies and interest groups, to work collectively to reduce the numbers and impacts of road traffic collisions and to build on existing road traffic collision work using the principle of the six 'E' approach:
 
1. Engage - HFRS has a unique contribution to bring to engagement with the target groups. We are trusted, have credibility, a proven track...
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