The week, which runs from 8th – 14th June, will see the UK’s fire and rescue services promoting road safety messages with a focus on the issue of young driver distraction.
“The Fire Service is on the frontline of road safety, not only dealing with the aftermath of accidents but also actively educating motorists in how they can reduce risks out on the roads,” said Stuart Jackson, chairman, TyreSafe. “TyreSafe has consistently supported the Fire Service in its efforts to improve road safety and we are delighted to extend the offer of our resources once again to all organisations taking part in Road Safety Week 2015.”
During the week, national organisations such as TyreSafe will be working closely with local partners including fire and rescue services to run many targeted local education programmes, working towards the ultimate goal of zero deaths and reduced injuries on the UK’s roads.
For more information on the CFOA Road Safety Week 2015, please visit here.
Fire and rescue services and other local road safety organisations looking to utilise TyreSafe’s materials, which include posters, leaflets and animations, should call 01787 226995.