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Christopher Bullock

29 November 2007

Any commercial organisation that has a fleet is being commercially irresponsible if it does not have a well-tuned risk management programme in place. Those are the hard-hitting words of Christopher Bullock, chief executive of the IAM (Institute of Advanced Motorists), written just before he died suddenly earlier in the month.

Christopher was a great supporter of RoadSafe whose leadership and inspiration will be sadly missed.

His words are available on-line in this RoadSafe magazine article

His Obituary is available here

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