Risk management for people at work and beyond. Since 1916.
RoSPA responses to major Government and European consultations on road safety issues in 2014.
All consultation response documents are in PDF format.
“UK Transport Safety: Who is Responsible?”
Response to the Transport Safety Commission Inquiry on UK transport safety.
Review of the Legislation and Regulatory Framework for Testing Driverless Cars
Response to a DfT consultation on the legislation and regulation changes needed to enable cars with advanced autonomous safety systems to be tested on British roads.
Monitoring Drink Driving
Response to a DfT consultation on options for changing the method and timing for publishing provisional statistics drink driving statistics.
Examining the Speed Limit for HGVs over 7.5 tonnes on Dual Carriageways
Response to a DfT consultation on increasing speed limits for HGVs.
Proposals To Make Historical Drivers’ Hours and HGV Levy Offences Subject To Fixed Penalty Notices and Financial Penalty Deposit Requirements
Response to a DfT consultation on proposals to improve the enforcement of Drivers’ Hours Rules.
Speed Limits in Central East Birmingham 20 mph Response
Response to Birmingham City Council’s consultation on introducing 20 mph speed limits in Central East Birmingham
Speed Limits in East Birmingham
Response to Birmingham City Council’s consultation on introducing 20 mph speed limits in East Birmingham
Active Travel Action Plan for Wales
Response to the Welsh Government’s consultation on its proposed Active Travel Plan.
Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2015
Response to the DfT’s consultation on proposed changes to traffic signs and road markings legislation.
Enforcing Tyre Labelling Regulations
A joint RoSPA and PACTS response to the Department for Transport's consultation on enforcing the new tyre labelling regualtions.
Scottish Safety Camera Programme Review
M1 Junctions 28 to 35a: Maximum Mandatory Speed Limit
RoSPA Response to Highways Agency proposals to introduce a maximum speed limit of 60 mph on a section of the M1.
Extending the Validity Period of Medically Restricted Licences
Response to a DVLA consultation on proposals to extended the period of medically restricted licences from a mximum of 3 years to a maximum of 10 years.
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