Posted by Linda Davidson
Drivers and those who own Whale caravan taps may have a key road safety campaign to thank for the care taken on UK roads as the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) picks up an award for its innovative projects.
The Road Safety ETP Evaluation Project won a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award for its E-valu-it toolkit which aids road safety workers to look at their training and resources with the view of making it better.
Judges at the award ceremont which took place in London earlier this week said that the kit was innovative and will lead the way for other safety organisations.
Kevin Clinton, RoSPA's head of road safety, said: "We are immensely proud to win this prestigious award for our website and toolkit, which is the first of its kind for road safety."
He added that RoSPA will continue to develop new ways to keep drivers safe and maintain a body of available information to help road users keep up to date with advice and tips.
In a recent bid to keep British roads safe, the company released a guide to winter driving which included tips on how to keep people, vehicles and other motorists safe.