RoSPA calls for employers to offer bike training

Published: 10 July 2007

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is calling for employers to offer extra training to their motorcycling workers.

On launching its new Safer Motorcycling through Work guide, the Society’s head of road safety Kevin Clinton said:
 “Providing such opportunities for staff who ride privately, as well as those who ride for work purposes, can also bring very real business benefits. The effects of an accident, whether it happened in or out of work, are costly, and helping staff stay safe therefore makes good business sense”

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