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Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ORSA)

Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ORSA) was created in April 2002 when 40 organisations agreed to work together to promote occupational road safety. Now comprising over 300 organisations it aims to: facilitate networking and the exchange of information, encourage joint working on work related road safety, establish common goals and technical co-operation, organise events.

Number of individual members: 300 Number of staff: 2

Nestlé UK Ltd

Nestle UK and Ireland is a subsidiary of Nestle SA, the world's foremost nutrition, health and wellness company. Nestle UK & Ireland employs almost 5000 people across 10 sites in the UK and Ireland and is structured into Food and Beverages, Confectionary and Nestle Nutrition. At our manufacturing sites across the UK we make the UK's most popular brands, such as Nescafe and Kit Kat.

It has 800 drivers who use company vehicles.

M&G Vehicle Hire ltd

 

M&G supply short, medium and long term car, van and truck rental.

Number of staff: 127

 

London Road Safety Council

 

The London Accident Prevention Council is a registered charity which raises funds by the production and sale of road safety materials. It provides a means of communication relating to road accident prevention between London local authorities, Central government, Transport for London and other organisations.

Number of individual members: 106

Number of professional members: 33

Number of staff: 1

 

The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association

The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association is the UK's largest single provider of mobility and other rehabilitation training for blind and partially sighted people. Each year, it helps thousands of visually impaired clients to negotiate public transport, either with a guide dog or a long cane. Guide Dogs' vision is for a world in which all people who are blind and partially sighted enjoy the same rights, opportunities and responsibilities as everyone else. Number of individual members: 971 Number of staff: approx 1,000

Greater London Hire Limited

Greater London Hire, established in 1967, is an independent private hire transport company specialising in offering the highest quality services for both passenger car and courier services.

GLH has over 70 employees and 250 self employed over 2 sites and a fleet of over 250 vehicles including London's largest fleet of Hybrid Toyota Prius.  

Driving Research Group, Cranfield University

Cranfield University is a wholly postgraduate institution employing over 1,000 academic and academic support staff. The Driving Research Group's mission is to transform knowledge into driver education solutions for the private and public sector. DriverMetrics is a company wholly owned by Cranfield will provide a driver risk assessment and coaching service to organisations with major fleets of drivers. Number of students/pupils: 3,000.

The DIDU Association

The DIDU Association is an organisation that represents Approved Driving Instructors (its members). Members teach/coach people to drive from the learner level to the advanced level. DIDU organises seminars for its members within the UK on a non profit basis.

Number of individual members: 600 Number of professional members: 600

Number of staff: 8 (Unpaid volunteers)

 

Drive Alive UK Ltd

Drive Alive is in its 20th year at the top of the corporate driver risk management and driver training market. Staffed by 90 ex police traffic officers it is in a first class position to save its clients lives and money. Over 50,000 people have gained from the experience of a Drive Alive course.

Number of staff: 6 office based + 90 United Kingdom wide.

British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA)

The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association represents the interests of two million business car drivers and the 10 million people who use a rental vehicle each year. It lobbies government in the UK and EU to ensure that regulation and legislation affecting its members is fair and doesn't stifle competition. The association regulates the industry through a series of quality assurance inspections and a mandatory code of conduct. Professional members: 800. Staff: 14.

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