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Driving for Work Seminars evaluated

2 July 2012

The Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ScORSA) organised a series of four seminars for companies based in Scotland, road safety practitioners and health and safety practitioners were conducted in 2011.

The seminars, which were sponsored by the Scottish Centre for Healthy Working Lives, facilitated by RoSPA Scotland and organised by the ScORSA working group in conjunction with local road safety officers and safety advisers. The “pre and post seminar” evaluation which is available on the Evaluit website showed that in all areas covered by the seminars there was a clear improvement in the delegates? perceptions of their knowledge and ability to identify how they can manage the occupational road risk of their organisation and their ability to implement appropriate risk management measures.
 

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