Do your teams make work related road journeys?

7 September 2022

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This could help reduce road collisions

National Highways together with Imperial College London are collaborating on a research study titled “Managing Work-Related Road Risk at the Workplace”.

We are recruiting people who make work related journeys as part of their job to help us develop countermeasures to enhance work-related road safety on the Strategic Road Network (SRN). The SRN is made up of motorways and most A roads. A work-related journey consists of any journey as part of work but excludes commuting.

It is very important in this research that we understand drivers’ point of view on driving for work. Would you like to help us with our study and help reduce road collisions on the SRN while also having the chance of winning a great prize? To see if you are eligible to take part please continue reading below.

Thank you for your time. Your help and time are extremely valuable to us.

Why should you participate?

  • You will be improving road safety on the SRN and potentially saving thousands of lives.
  • You will be entering a draw to win one of five £30 Amazon vouchers.
  • All responses are completely anonymous and cannot be traced back to a respondent

Who can take part?

  • People who make work related journeys as part of their job
  • People aged 18 or over

If you fit these requirements and are interested in aiding in this study, you can access the questionnaire link here 

The questionnaire takes approximately 25 minutes to complete.

For any enquires please do not hesitate to contact [email protected]

This study has been given a favourable opinion by the Science, Engineering and Technology Research Ethics Committee and approved by National Highways.