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Government-backed benchmarking project aims to cut work-related road casualties

13 April 2007

Fleet operators are being urged to sign up for a major project providing free benchmarking services by logging on to www.fleetsafetybenchmarking.net.

The project is being launched by the Fleet Safety Forum, a division of road safety charity Brake, in partnership with risk management specialists Interactive Driving Systems. Funded by the Department for Transport, it allows companies to anonymously compare their fleet safety procedures and crash data with that of other companies, to help them identify potentially life-saving improvements.

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