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3rd 'Roads Between Us' Conference 4-5 October, 2016 - Registration Site Now Open

14 July 2016

Following the 'Save the Date' notice in March, Nestlé, Zurich Insurance, eDriving and the Global Road Safety Partnership are delighted to be able to formally invite you to register to attend the third 'Roads Between Us' road safety conference, to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 4-5 October 2016.

The event will build on the successes of the conferences held in Ghana (2012) and Cameroon (2014), and the regular 'Roads Between Us' calls that developed from these events.

The programme will discuss what an effective work-related road risk management process looks like and agree on next steps for

Road Safety Grants Programme: Call for Proposals - Round 10

29 June 2016

The Global Road Safety Partnership is pleased to announce the launch of the Call for Proposals for Round 10 of the Road Safety Grants Programme.
Initiated in early 2012 with funding from Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Road Safety Grants Programme supports projects to develop and deliver high-impact, evidence-based road safety interventions designed to strengthen road safety policies and their implementation.

New guide to managing mobile workers’ safety, health and security

21 June 2016

A new guide on mobile workers' safety was launched today (June 21) at the Safety and Health Expo in London. The publication, 'Managing the safety, health and security of mobile workers', was developed jointly by the International SOS Foundation and the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and addresses the need for careful planning and preparation in considering worker wellbeing and medical, personal safety and security issues.

After outlining the principles of assessing risk, the new publication makes the case for dynamic risk assessment, in which risk is constantly