TyreSafe will be supporting this year’s UK Road Safety Week by providing a range of tyre safety education and awareness materials for use in local communities.
The week of activities, which runs from 9th – 15th June, is being organised by the UK’s fire and rescue service and will have an overarching message of ‘Be Safe Out There’.
“TyreSafe already has a great relationship with many fire services and local road safety partnerships thanks to their participation in Tyre Safety Month, so we are delighted to extend this collaboration further and lend our support to Road Safety Week,” comments Stuart Jackson, chairman, TyreSafe. “Motorcyclists and young drivers are two of the key groups being targeted during the week, so our existing education materials for these road users is a great fit and we are pleased to offer these for use.”
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.
Fire and rescue services and other local road safety organisations looking to utilise TyreSafe’s materials, which include posters, leaflets and a scooter tyre safety animation, should visit TyreSafe or call 01787 226995.
This article was posted on 29th May 2014 in Latest News