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New PRAISE Project Handbook

27 May 2012

The European Transport Safety Council recent launched its PRAISE (Preventing Road Accidents and Injuries for the safety of employees) Project Handbook, which is the culmination of a three year project aimed at creating work-related road safety leadership across the EU. One of many outcomes, including thematic reports on a range of important topics, the PRAISE Project Handbook provides an excellent resource for any organisation whose people need to travel to, or as part of, their work. Guidance and case studies are provided covering topics such as:

  • Work Related Road Safety Management.
  • Driving for Work Managing Speed.
  • EU Social Rules and Heavy Goods Vehicle Drivers.
  • Road Safety at Work Zones.
  • Minimising In Vehicle Distraction.
  • Safer Commuting to Work.
  • Fitness to Drive.
  • Risk Assessment and Training.
  • In-Vehicle Safety Equipment. 

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