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Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ScORSA)


The Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ScORSA) was created to raise awareness of managing occupational road risk and to promote occupational road safety within Scotland through promoting the positive benefits of risk management. ScORSA brings together employers, trade unions, local authorities, emergency services, safety organisations, professional and trade associations.

There are 18 partner stakeholders involved in the Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance.

Local Transport Projects

Local Transport Projects is a specialist transport consultancy based in Beverley in the East Riding of Yorkshire. It offers specialist advice on all traffic and road safety issues and have a national reputation for developing innovative, high quality traffic and transportation solutions. Members of staff: 8

 

Bedfordshire and Luton Fire and Rescue Service

 

Bedfordshire and Luton Fire and Rescue provide emergency fire and rescue cover to a geographical 123,153 hectares. The area consists principally of rural landscape, with a number of market towns. The Service employs approximately 600 staff and its annual revenue budget for 2009/10 is £28,286,559.

 

Humberside Fire & Rescue Service

 

Humberside Fire & Rescue Service (HFRS) provide emergency fire & rescue cover to the four local authorities of North East Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire, Hull City and East Riding of Yorkshire. The county covers an area of 3,639 sq/km and has a population of 907,800, which has a diverse geography that includes urban, rural and coastal communities. HFRS employs 1283 staff, operating from 31 strategic locations.

Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service

 

Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service is the provider of Fire and Rescue Services, for the people of Lancashire on behalf of the Combined Fire Authority. Operating across the county from thirty nine fire stations. We deliver a wide range of prevention, protection and emergency response services, geared to reducing risk and improving public safety.

 

 

Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service


Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) comprises' of 30 Fire Stations and over 1000 personnel. It provides an effective emergency response service, attending an array of incidents each year. HFRS is a member of the Hertfordshire Road Safety Partnership delivering joint community road safety activities through a data led approach.

 

Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service


Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) provides emergency response to a wide range of public emergencies including; fires, road traffic collisions, flooding, wild fire, chemical incidents and transport-related incidents.

NFRS has approximately 370 operational personnel, 70 community safety personnel and approximately 50 support staff.

 

Wolseley

Wolseley UK is part of Wolseley plc, the world's largest specialist trade distributor of plumbing and heating products to professional contractors and a leading supplier of buildings materials to the professional markets. At January 31, 2009, Wolseley had around 63,000 employees operating in 27 countries. In Europe it operates a total fleet of 10,000 company cars and commercial vehicles.

Number of staff: 12,000 (UK), 32,000 (European) and 63,000 (Worldwide)

Centre for Transport Studies, University College London

The Centre for Transport Studies is a world leading research establishment in transport studies. It undertakes innovative research in the usage of transport systems, including consideration of the effects of this on safety. Devising and evaluating safety interventions in the areas of engineering, education and enforcement is a major theme within our work.

Number of students/pupils: 150

Number of staff: 23

Road Safety Council of Northern Ireland

Road Safety Council of Northern Ireland is a voluntary organisation comprising some 200 members working in 17 local committees spread around the region and supported by one full time and one part time staff.

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