Tag : Brake
Brake is offering a free webinar for fleets on the risks of poor driver eyesight.
Brake is looking for people to sign up for a fundraising cycle ride in memory of road safety expert Will Murray who died in December 2016.
Scotland is being urged to follow the lead of England and Wales in introducing a zero-tolerance policy for drug driving on the nation’s roads.
FORS, the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme, is to sponsor Brake’s 2017 Fleet Safety Conference.
Brake has published a report for fleets on crisis management as it also announces two further crisis response training sessions in 2017.
Brake is hosting a free webinar for fleets to provide best practice guidance on managing occupational road risk including the grey fleet.
Dangerous drivers who kill could get life in prison under new government proposals.
Fleet operators and suppliers can now enter for Brake’s 2017 Fleet Safety Awards.
Brake has launched a new resource to help educate at-work drivers on the importance of not using their phones behind the wheel.
Brake has revealed details for next year’s Fleet Safety Conference, which will take place at the St John’s Hotel, Solihull, on Thursday 25 May.
VGroup International is calling on fleets to join its own employees, including top racing driver James Nash, to back Road Safety Week and ‘make the pledge’ … Read More »
Brake Professional has released a new resource to help employers educate their drivers on the dangers of ‘morning after’ drink-driving.
Drivers who are speeding or distracted are seen to be the biggest threats on our roads, a new survey has found.
Fleet operators are being urged to take action on road risk management as new research finds many areas for improvement.
Road safety organisations are calling for urgent changes to the law after a lorry driver caused a crash that killed a mum and three children by looking … Read More »
Two families involved in Brake’s Roads to Justice campaign will submit two Change.org petitions, both of which have reached 100,000 signatures, to Downing Street on 27 October. … Read More »
Brake has joined other road safety groups and emergency services in urging MPs to reduce the UK’s drink driving limit, backed by the majority of the … Read More »
One in three drivers sometimes eat food behind the wheel despite the dangers of distracted driving, new research finds.
Road safety charity Brake is running an essential crisis response training course aimed at fleet management professionals, executive management and HR professionals.
Fleet operators and industry suppliers including the South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, Arval and the Licence Bureau have scooped honours in this year’s … Read More »
The Government is being urged to reduce the numbers of deaths and injuries on our roads as new figures show there have been no significant reductions … Read More »
Brake is encouraging individuals and the Government to lend support to this year’s Cycle to Work Day, which takes place tomorrow (14 September).
Police have detected over 4,500 drink-drive motorists and over 1,000 drivers taking illegal drugs in a month-long summer crackdown.
Brake is teaming up with Arval to run an additional October training course for its Pledge campaign ahead of Road Safety Week 2016.
New research finds drivers aged between 25 and 34 are taking huge risks by texting, using apps or going online on their mobiles when they are … Read More »
Brake is running a free webinar for fleet and road safety professionals on the benefits of taking part in UK Road Safety Week, and providing advice … Read More »
Brake is calling on the Government to immediately review guidelines for both charging and sentencing criminal drivers as it publishes new research showing strong support from … Read More »
Fleet operators and service firms have been named in a list of 60-plus organisations that are through to the final stage of Brake’s Fleet Safety Awards … Read More »
Road safety charity Brake has called for urgent action to prevent road deaths and casualties, including the reintroduction of ambitious casualty reduction targets. The call comes … Read More »