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Praising Best Practice in Road Safety ‘At’ Work and ‘To’ Work

13 May 2009

Mobilising knowledge to create work-related road safety leadership”

It is estimated that in Europe six out of ten work accidents resulting in death are road crashes, including both crashes while driving for work and commuting crashes. (Eurogip)

Using the roads is a necessary part of everyone’s daily business, increasingly for work-related purposes. It is therefore unacceptable that an ordinary activity leads to an incredibly high level of injury and death. RoadSafe will be working with ETSC to support PRAISE - a 3 year project addressing all safety aspects of driving ‘at’ work and driving ‘to’ work. Its aim is to “praise” best practices in order to help employers secure high road safety standards for their employees.

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