Free action pack resources are now available to help organisations get involved in the UK’s biggest road safety campaign.

Action pack resources available for Road Safety Week

Road Safety Week, organised by Brake, the road safety charity, takes place on 16-22 November. The theme of this year’s event is No Need...
The guide, Coronavirus (COVID-19): safer transport guidance for operators, outlines measures to access and address the risks of coronavirus.

COVID-19 guidance published for transport operators in England

The UK government’s Department for Transport has published a new guide to help transport organisations in England understand how to provide safer workplaces and...
“Fatigue and distraction detection: A review of commercially available devices to detect fatigue and distraction in drivers” provides a detailed comparison of around 100 technologies and systems, with the overall aim to provide a recommendation on which devices to consider for further testing or use.

New report compares driver fatigue detection devices

A new report has been published that compares a range of devices available to help reduce driver fatigue. “Fatigue and distraction detection: A review of...
The report was developed in consultation with The Co-operators, Drop It And Drive®, the trucking industry, and workplace health and safety representatives.

New Canadian report highlights value of distracted driving policies

The Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) has released a new report, Distracted Driving & Workplace Safety Policies: A Business Case for Employers, from its Canadian...
Brake, the road safety charity, unveiled the theme following findings that just a quarter of people think vehicles travel at a safe speed on the street where they live.

Road Safety Week 2020 theme announced

The theme for UK Road Safety Week 2020 has been announced as “No need to speed”. Brake, the road safety charity, unveiled the theme following...
Information on the grant program, including dates, guidelines and how to apply can be found on the TAC website here.

Local councils across Victoria offered road safety grants

The Victorian Government is offering local councils across Victoria, Australia, the chance to receive up to $100,000 for projects focused on making local roads...
In the webinar, eDriving’s Jim Noble, Senior Vice President, Risk Engineering, and Denise Murroni, Customer Success Manager, will explain the difference between a “good” safety program and a culture of safety.

Upcoming webinar: Creating a Crash-Free Culture®

eDriving is partnering with the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) to host a webinar that will help organizations learn everything they need...
COVID-19 webinars for fleet operators

COVID-19 webinars for fleet operators

eDriving recently hosted three webinars to help organizations continue protecting at-work drivers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Protecting Your Drivers During the COVID-19 Pandemic The first of...
The 2020 grant awards will fund seven states – Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Washington and Wyoming – with a total of $210,000 to support enhanced identification and assessment of alcohol and drug impaired drivers.

States awarded grants to combat impaired driving

The Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) and the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility (Responsibility.org) are awarding grants to help states keep Americans safe from...