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16 March 2016 – Business plan for road safety – reduction of costs through prevention

16 March 2016 – Business plan for road safety – reduction of costs through prevention

12.00 – 16.30 Stadthalle “Mons Tabor”, Koblenzer Str. 2, 56410 Montabaur The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC), together with the German Road Safety Council, have the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar on work-related road safety to be held in Montabaur on 16th March 2016. The seminar will focus on the key issues affecting German employers in fleet and road-related risk management, and will feature invited experts from across Europe. The PRAISE project (Preventing Road Accidents and Injuries for the Safety of Employees) […]

Reducing Road Risk at Work through Procurement

Reducing Road Risk at Work through Procurement

Organisations are increasingly aware of the business case for introducing road safety management programmes to reduce work-related road risk. The many benefits include reducing the numbers of preventable injuries, mitigating losses associated with collisions and boosting corporate social responsibility efforts. While efforts to manage road risk within an organisation can be driven by management in close cooperation with employees, it is also possible to exert influence throughout the supply chain. Responsibility starts with the purchaser who has a duty to ensure that the conditions […]

20 October 2015 – European Conference on Work-Related Road Safety, Brussels

20 October 2015 – European Conference on Work-Related Road Safety, Brussels

10.00 – 16.00 The Arc Room, The Square, Brussels The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) held the 5th Annual European PRAISE Conference on work-related road safety in Brussels on 20 October 2015. The conference brought together fleet safety managers, EU institutions, government representatives, and road safety experts to discuss the latest developments and priorities in work related road safety. The winners of the ETSC PRAISE awards 2015 were also announced. The program included contributions from leading occupational health and safety experts and featured presentations […]

Reducing road deaths and injuries at work – five companies recognised

Reducing road deaths and injuries at work – five companies recognised

The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) has announced the 2015 winners of its PRAISE awards recognising organisations that have taken outstanding measures to improve road safety at work. The winners, together with highlights of their road safety programmes are as follows: Large company award: OMV Petrom, Romania Sector: Oil and gas Programme highlights: integrated vehicle monitoring system covers 10,000 drivers; road safety requirements for contractors; no road related deaths or serious injuries in last three years. Public authority award: Transport for London, United Kingdom […]

1-2 October 2015, Identify, evaluate and prevent occupational road risks, Spain

1-2 October 2015, Identify, evaluate and prevent occupational road risks, Spain

The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC), together with the Fundación MAPFRE have the pleasure of inviting you to the next PRAISE seminars on work-related road safety to be held in Madrid on Thursday 1st October and Zaragoza on Friday 2nd October. The seminars will mainly focus on success stories in relation to fleet and road-related risk management, and will feature businesses and experts from across Europe. Interpretation English-Spanish will be provided. Madrid – 1 October – (EN/ES) Agenda – Online registration Zaragoza – 2 […]

Managing Road Risk at Work – Case Study: Unilever Poland

Managing Road Risk at Work – Case Study: Unilever Poland

Case study: Unilever Poland ETSC’s PRAISE project addresses the safety aspects of driving at work and driving to work. Its aim is to promote best practice in order to help employers secure high road safety standards for their employees. In this interview, Edyta Karpiuk-Jagodzinska, Safety, Health and Environment Coordinator for Poland and the Baltics at Unilever discusses how the organisation has integrated road safety into the heart of its operations. FACTFILE Company: Unilever Poland (2014 ETSC PRAISE Awards – Highly Commended) Sector: Fast Moving Consumer Goods […]

2 July 2015 – Driving for Work Risk Management – ‘Making the Business Case’, Dublin

2 July 2015 – Driving for Work Risk Management – ‘Making the Business Case’, Dublin

Ash Suite, Cusack Stand, Croke Park, Dublin 3 The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC), together with the Health and Safety Authority, The Road Safety Authority and Garda Síochána, organised a high-level seminar on work-related road safety in Dublin on 2 July. The seminar focussed on the key issues affecting Irish employers in fleet and road-related risk management, and featured experts from Ireland and across Europe. Download the agenda. Presentations 1. Deirdre Sinnott – HSA 2. Michael Rowland – RSA 3. Con O’Donohue – Garda […]

Managing Young Drivers at Work

Managing Young Drivers at Work

Organisations are increasingly aware of the business case for introducing road safety management programmes to reduce work-related road risk. The many benefits include cutting preventable injuries, mitigating losses associated with collisions and boosting corporate social responsibility efforts. The focus of this report is to give an overview of the issues specific to managing young drivers at work. Evidence shows that young people have the highest collision involvement of any road user group. This report looks into the direct and indirect factors associated with higher […]

Case Study – Arriva Denmark

Case Study – Arriva Denmark

Arriva Denmark is a major public transport operator in Denmark. In this interview, Jonas Billekop Heinrichs, explains how the company developed its road safety programme and, in particular, the decision to equip its buses with alcohol interlocks.

European employers show road safety is good for business

European employers show road safety is good for business

Arriva Denmark, The Hellenic Air Force and Bolk Transport recognised for major commitment to fleet safety Five European private and public-sector organisations have been recognised for the results of company-wide programmes they have put in place to improve the road safety of their employees, vehicle fleets and the public. The winners of the 2014 European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) PRAISE Awards for Work-Related Road Safety, announced at an event in Brussels today are: Large company – Arriva, Denmark Public authority – The Hellenic Air […]

13 October 2014 – European Conference on Work-Related Road Safety, Brussels

The 4th Annual European PRAISE Conference on work-related road safety. Download the agenda here. Read the press release. Presentations 1. Antonio Avenoso – ETSC 2. Will Murray – IDS 3. Shaun Helman and Nicola Christie – TRL UCL 4. Deirdre Sinnott – HSA Ireland 5. Grainne Coogan – ESB 6. Casto Lopez – Benitez – European Commission 7. Annick Starren and Robert Bezemer – VeSafe PRAISE 2014 – Large Company Winner – Arriva Denmark PRAISE 2014 – Public Authority Winner – HAF Greece PRAISE […]

Managing Road Risk at Work – Case Study: ESB

Managing Road Risk at Work – Case Study: ESB

Case study: ESB ETSC’s PRAISE project addresses the safety aspects of driving at work and driving to work. Its aim is to promote best practice in order to help employers secure high road safety standards for their employees. In this interview, Grainne Coogan, Road Safety Bureau Communications Officer at ESB, a major Irish company involved in the production, supply, distribution and maintenance of electricity throughout Ireland and internationally, discusses how the organisation got to grips with road safety management and cut incidents dramatically over a […]

Managing the Road Risk of Van Fleets

Managing the Road Risk of Van Fleets

The purpose of this report is to give an overview of van safety issues in Europe, and to encourage and enable van fleet operators to navigate European legislation and apply good practice measures for their drivers and businesses. In line with frameworks such as ISO 39001 or the Haddon Matrix, the report focuses on the business case, vehicle management, journey management and compliance-led driver management. While ETSC believes it is in the public interest to tackle safety issues associated with this vehicle category at […]

25 June 2014 – Identify, Evaluate and Prevent Occupational Road Risks, Brussels

25 June 2014 – Identify, Evaluate and Prevent Occupational Road Risks, Brussels

The Belgian Road Safety Institute and the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) co-organised a seminar in Brussels on managing work-related road safety risk on 25 June. Download the agenda. Download the presentations Overview PRAISE – ETSC – Antonio Avenoso The Contribution of the Insurance Sector – Spanish Mapfre Foundation and German DVR The Contribution of the Insurance Sector – KBC OSH tools transport – Promoting Risk Assessment tools ISO 39001 – Road Traffic Safety Management Systems – BSI Developing a road safety culture in companies […]

Managing Road Risk at Work – Case Study: Iron Mountain

Managing Road Risk at Work – Case Study: Iron Mountain

Case study: Iron Mountain ETSC’s PRAISE project addresses the safety aspects of driving at work and driving to work. Its aim is to promote best practice in order to help employers secure high road safety standards for their employees. In this interview, Rory Morgan, National Logistics General Manager for Iron Mountain, a global information storage and management company, explains how investing in road safety management has brought major business benefits. Factfile Company: Iron Mountain Sector: Information storage and management Fleet: 500 vehicles across Western […]

The Business Case for Managing Road Risk at Work

The Business Case for Managing Road Risk at Work

This report gives an overview of the business case for employers to invest in a Work-Related Road Risk Management (WRRRM) programme. It finds that the financial and other benefits of such a programme could outweigh the costs of implementation. The other benefits such as increasing efficiency in organisational management and administration are also detailed. The report shows that, by investing in work-related road safety (WRRS), employers can also gain a competitive advantage as well as fulfilling their legal compliance obligations. The report covers a list of possible costs and the […]

12 June 2014 – Managing Road Safety Risks, Bilbao

12 June 2014 – Managing Road Safety Risks, Bilbao

The Mapfre Foundation and the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) held a seminar in Bilbao on managing work-related road safety risk on 12 June. The presentations can all be downloaded below: 1. ETSC PRAISE 2013 – 2015 2. PRAISE Thematic Report Fundacíon Mapfre 3. Work Related Road Safety in the Basque Country 4. EU OSHA – Road Safety Activities 4. Interactive Driving Systems 4. Work Related Road Safety in Spain 5. Business Case – FCC Spain 6. Business Case – ISO 39001 7. Business […]

6th Annual Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) Report

6th Annual Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) Report

This 6th PIN Report provides an overview of European countries’ performance in three areas of road safety. It builds on the five previous Road Safety PIN Reports published in June 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. The report compares developments in the numbers of road deaths, during the first year of the 2020 EU road safety target, and estimates the monetary value of their benefit to society. It also sets these one-year developments in the context of the reduction in road deaths observed since […]

Work Related Road Safety Management Programmes

Work Related Road Safety Management Programmes

The report presents the main elements of Work Related Road Safety (WRRS) management as a means of addressing work-related road risks. It commences by outlining why employers should address WRRS and by giving ideas on where to begin within individual organisations. Part of this is making the business case for managing road risk and demonstrating where savings can be made by investing proactively in road safety by employers. The third section looks at the importance of leadership in introducing a WRRS programme and integrating […]

Driving for Work: Managing Speed

Driving for Work: Managing Speed

This report offers employers an insight into tackling speeding amongst employees driving for work. Speeding can be defined as driving in excess of legally set speed limits and/or driving at speeds which are inappropriate to the prevailing conditions. Speeding is the main cause of road traffic collisions, deaths and serious injury. Loss of control of the driving task, and thus potentially of the vehicle, arises when the demands of the driving task exceed the available capability of the driver. As speed increases the task […]

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