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New website to drive road safety forward in Scotland

21 September 2009

A ground-breaking resource to help Scottish businesses save lives on the road has been unveiled today (September 10) in front of chief fire officers from across the UK. 

The Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ScORSA) website went live at the Chief Fire Officers’ Association’s annual road safety conference, in Glasgow.

ScORSA is a unique initiative to help smaller firms tackle one of the most dangerous activities undertaken by Scottish workers: driving.

ScORSA is the fruit of a multi-partner working group initiated by RoSPA after the safety charity saw that smaller firms were struggling to get to grips with MORR. As well as having an online resource hub where firms can access the latest information and advice, ScORSA offers practical help.

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