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Stay safe on the road

We are committed to help promote road safety across the area whether driving, cycling or walking. We are teaming up with local councils and Brake – the road safety charity, to spread the message.

News: Road Safety Week is happening 16th – 22nd November – Please get involved! Details below.

Employers – show your commitment to road safety

“Road Safety Week is an ideal opportunity to shout out for safer streets in your community and show that you are a responsible employer that puts people first. Show your commitment to road safety to employees and their families, customers, suppliers and your local community by taking part in the UK’s biggest road safety campaign.

Register now to join hundreds of employers who have signed up to take part in Road Safety Week.”


Avon Fire & Rescue Service

South Gloucestershire – Road Safety:

Cycle Safety and Bikeabillity –

All things road safety –

Road safety training: For vehicle drivers and motorcyclists we have a 45 min presentation – Recognising Speed Limits (National Speed limits, smart motorways, carriageway, penalty points). This can be delivered either in person or via Teams / Zoom. We offer a free 1 day Introduction to Advanced Motorcycle Riding course. Dates will be in 2021

For cyclists: 45 min presentation (winter cycling tips, awareness, road positioning, maintenance, reporting issues). Along with this presentation we would aim to offer free Hi Viz Rucksack covers to attendees. This can be delivered either in person or via Zoom/Teams. We offer a free 2 hour adult cycle training session to cyclists who either live or work in South Glos.

Road Safety Week

Road Safety Week is happening 16th – 22nd November – Please get involved! We can send you posters to put in your workplace, which you can also get colleagues to pose with to start a workplace campaign.

“Road Safety Week is the UK’s biggest road safety event, coordinated annually by Brake, the road safety charity.

Road Safety Week aims to inspire thousands of schools, organisations and communities to take action on road safety and promote life-saving messages during the Week and beyond. It also provides a focal point for professionals working in road safety to boost awareness and engagement in their work.

Every year we choose a different road safety theme to focus on. The theme for 2020 is NO NEED TO SPEED. You can find out more about why we chose this theme and why speed matters when it comes to road safety here.

You can base your activities on our theme, or choose to focus on any other road safety issue that’s important in your area.”