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Private and public sector urged to do more

24 April 2019

In the foreword of the new Driving for Better Business Review , Jesse Norman – the UK Road Safety Minister highlights that: ‘Road safety is not just a matter for government and the public sector. Is it an issue that requires support from the private sector, and that means businesses making sure they are compliant with current legislation.’

Other topical articles in the Review include: tyre safety, compliance, telematics and features on challenges facing businesses in town and city access. It will provide valuable reading for all involved in delivering improved safty for those who drive for work.

The Driving for Better Business Programme raises awareness of the importance of work-related road safety.

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