Risk management for people at work and beyond. Since 1916.
Travelling to and from work on the road is one of the most dangerous activities most people will undertake in the working week.
According to figures from the Department for Transport, in 2019 there were 25,945 seriously injured casualties in reported road traffic accidents and a total of 1,752 people were killed on British roads.
Being involved in a road accident could mean that you are unable to work for long periods of time or even not being able to return to work at all.
Pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists have much higher casualty rates per mile travelled than other road users.
Check it yourself: Make sure your cycle is ride-ready by using this chain to handlebar check list.
Advice for drivers on how to avoid collisions with pedestrians, cyclists and other vulnerable road users.
As we get older, health and fitness begins to deteriorate, so it is crucial for older drivers to monitor their ability and adapt their driving as they age.
Guidance for continuing to be a safe driver in later life and maintaining the independence having your own vehicle brings.
Our top tips for riding, better, smoother and safer and getting more out of your motorbike.
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