Road Safety

Health and Safety Executive – New Driving for Work Guidance

The Health and Safety Executive has launched its updated guidance for Driving and Riding Safely for work The updated guidance on work-related road risk has been issued to clear up confusion over where responsibility for legal compliance lies when employees use personal vehicles as part of their job. The move is a result of the growing gig […]

Drink Driving Convictions

If drivers are found guilty of drink driving, they could be imprisoned, banned from driving and face a fine.   The actual penalty they may receive is decided by the magistrates who hear the case, and depends on the details of your offence. Drivers may be eligible to reduce their driving ban by completing one of […]

Reported road casualties in Great Britain: provisional estimates year ending June 2020

There were an estimated 1,580 road deaths in the year ending June 2020 which includes three months of the national lockdown. This is a decrease of 14% compared to the previous year. This change is statistically significant at the 95% confidence level. There were 131,220 casualties of all severities in the year ending June 2020, […]

Drink driving taking stock, moving forward

Tackling drink driving is often cited as a major road safety success story. Since the link between alcohol consumption and traffic collision risk was first established in 1964, drink drive casualties have greatly reduced and public attitudes changed fundamentally. In the UK, this is attributed to long-term public education and awareness campaigns, backed by a […]

Road Safety Dashboard

Check out the PACTS/Agilysis Constituency Road Safety Dashboard 2020 data for the constituency you live in or any other constituency. Simply click on the graphic for unique information about all reported casualties and the other vehicles involved for each GB parliamentary constituency. With clear tables, maps and graphics, users can filter for particular information. Or […]

What kills most on the roads?

This analysis by PACTS, of road deaths in Great Britain in 2019, shows the danger associated with different modes of transport and the total deaths involved with travel by each mode. The coronavirus pandemic and the climate crisis have shown the need, the possibility and the public desire to reset the transport agenda. The government […]

TTC Group partners with AT&F Solutions to deliver online health and safety training

TTC Group, via its Licence Bureau subsidiary, has introduced a new, online suite of accredited RoSPA (The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) and CPD (Continuing Personal or Professional Development) health and safety training courses. The courses, delivered in partnership with health and safety training specialists AT&F Solutions, are now available through Licence Bureau […]

No Need to Speed

As part of Road Safety Week 2020 (16-22 November), coordinated by Brake, Licence Bureau is calling on fleet operators and individuals to ‘step up’ their road safety focus by coming together to say that there is No Need to Speed. Sign up here for your Road Safety Week 2020 action pack! When it comes to […]

Highway Code: your views needed to improve safety

Review of The Highway Code to improve road safety for cyclists, pedestrians and horse riders. A consultation has been launched seeking your views on proposed changes to the Highway Code.  The review is being held by the Department for Transport, to improve safety for vulnerable road users, particularly the groups of: Cyclists Pedestrians Horse riders […]

Licence Bureau: road safety must be a top business priority

Road safety and legal compliance must remain a top priority as businesses adapt to the ‘new norm’ of working from home, according to Licence Bureau. With the mass adoption of working from home in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and concerns drivers are becoming deconditioned to daily driving, Licence Bureau is urging businesses to […]