Sentinel Systems has been appointed to install vehicle safety camera and recording devices on to vehicles used by Dublin City Council.
Venson Automotive Solutions has urged SMEs to focus on the safety of their vehicles after DfT figures showed 541 people were killed in work-related road collisions in 2016.
The boss of a haulage firm and his mechanic have been found guilty of manslaughter for a tipper truck crash in Bath that killed four people.
O’Donovan Waste Disposal has received a European Transport Safety Council Praise award for its measures to improve vehicle fleet safety.
Online supermarket Ocado has specified extra safety technology on its new fleet of Mercedes-Benz Actros tractor units.
The new medium-sized panel vans from Peugeot, Citroen and Toyota have been awarded a five star rating.
More than 107,000 drivers have had their tyres checked by Wheelright’s tyre pressure monitoring system.
The FTA has pledged its support for the London Freight Enforcement Partnership, which was launched on October 13.
Technology advances are making vehicles safer as legislation influences pace of change
Developments such as telematics and autonomous emergency braking can improve safety and reduce insurance premiums
A report released by road safety charity Brake and Licence Bureau has found many HGV operators are not using new technologies to protect vulnerable road users.
The Fork Lift Truck Association (FLTA) is spearheading a nationwide drive to improve safety at every site that uses fork lift trucks.
The SMMT is launching a van maintenance campaign to help van operators take better care of their vehicles, and to keep their drivers and other road users safe.
A Rescue Assist sticker incorporating a QR code is now standard on all new Mercedes-Benz vans.
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) is highlighting the work that logistics companies are doing to improve safety on the roads for vulnerable road users with the publication of ‘Shared Vision’.
For many years, van safety technology trailed that found in cars. However, that is now changing
The Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA) is determined to improve standards of van operation and makes no secret of its intention to significantly ramp up the number of roadside inspections and its other enforcement activity.