"Effective management of work-related road safety can
be a real challenge. A work place isn’t just a building,
or a construction site, it extends to your vehicles too. Businesses therefore must have an effective
policy covering all their work-related driving activities. This not only ensures staff are aware of their and your responsibilities; it is an essential requirement under
Health and Safety legislation".
"I am passionate about changing the way we work in this industry and will continue to invest in research and development to find better, more efficient and safer ways of working. For too long now, we have carried out various highway maintenance activities in the same way as we did when I first came into the business more than 30 years ago".
— Wayne Johnston, WJ Group
"How do we as Directors and Managers not only give the gangs working out on the road the reassurance that we understand their issues, but also that we are doing all we can to help them to do their job as safely as possible and get home to their loved ones at the end of a hard day’s work in a challenging environment".
Re-flow Workflow Management Software commissioned an independent UK-wide survey from YouGov to report on the public opinions of the UK roads infrastructure and attitudes towards roadworkers and roadworker safety in 2020. This report has been launched to coincide with and support Road Safety Week (16-22 Nov) in the UK, organised by the road safety charity, Brake. Read the full report infographic Key Insights Road Repairs The report found that there is a significant issue in th
It turns out, not very in 2019, thanks to UK motorists. A surprising poll of UK adults carried out by YouGov on behalf of Re-flow found that a massive 35% of people have witnessed another motorist driving carelessly or dangerously past roadworks in the last 12 months alone. Across the nation, the survey found that more than one in three have witnessed another motorist driving carelessly or dangerously past roadworks in the last 12 months, 10% witnessing a motorist entering th
In private sector business, it goes without saying that external suppliers who deliver projects quickly and efficiently are rewarded with repeat business. Yet when applying the same logic to our national roads infrastructure suppliers, the UK public are lukewarm at best to this approach being implemented by UK highways agencies. Only 31% agree “I think that contractors who complete roadworks quickly and efficiently should be rewarded by government bodies with increased paymen