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Leading names in road risk management to exhibit at annual Fleet Safety Forum conference

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On show at the event will be some of the latest developments in technology, driver and vehicle safety, and road risk management solutions for fleets. Exhibitors will be displaying a variety of products and initiatives including vehicle safety markings and cameras; telematics products; and drug and alcohol screening tests.

Exhibitors include:
• 3M
• Balfour Beatty Plant & Fleet
• Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions
• Cambridge Weight Plan
• Dtec International
• EyeDrive Systems
• Fleet Support Group
• GreenRoad Technologies
• Mercedes Benz Vans
• Mix Telematics
• Red Zulu Ltd
• SmartDrive Systems
• Vue CCTV
• Zurich

Fleet managers and others involved in fleet safety are being urged to attend the conference, which is being held in Birmingham and sponsored by Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance. The one-day event includes sessions on finding effective solutions to managing road risk; company driver safety; creating and sustaining an eco fleet; and the latest developments in fleet safety research.

Caroline Perry, events manager at Brake, said: 'It’s fantastic to have so many of the leading names in fleet safety exhibiting at the Best of the Best conference this year. This event will provide a great opportunity for delegates to see the some of the latest developments in this field, and network with product and service providers, as well as other fleet operators. I would urge anyone working in fleet safety to attend.'

Brake is offering a special discount offer for one week only. Delegates who book by Friday 18 February will receive a 20% discount on the full delegate fee for the conference. Discount places cost just £140 +VAT for Fleet Safety Forum subscribers and £236 +VAT for non-subscribers.

Call Brake on 01484 559909 or email [email protected] to book.

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