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This article was published on November 5th, 2020
Brake Road Safety Week is an annual initiative coordinated by Brake, the road safety charity, and this year Thorneycroft Solicitors will be showing our support with a week-long schedule of activities to help both staff and members of the local community step up for safe streets.
Between November 16th-22nd the firm will host a number of activities and initiatives to help increase awareness of various aspects relating to road safety.
On Tuesday 17th November, we will be hosting our first of two free virtual seminars. If you have a passion for motorbikes then join us online at 6.30pm for our seminar on Motorbike Speed and Winter riding upskilling.
The seminar will be host to a number of guest speakers, including British Super Bike Rider Christian Iddon, Tom Rowlands of Upright, Matt Bill of Biker Down and Barrister Andrew Ward of Exchange chambers.
On Wednesday 18th November, we will be joined online by Andrew Drewary of Road Safety Smart for a free virtual lunchtime seminar. Andrew will be discussing the dangers of speeding and how businesses can engage with the local community to help improve road safety.
The Head of our Employment & HR team, Amir Khan, will also share his insight into the legal implications for businesses that have employees who may be susceptible to dangerous driving.
Local business owners are invited to attend this invaluable seminar which will be taking place via Zoom at 12.30pm.
If you’d like to register for either of these free seminars, please email [email protected]. We will be sending out a zoom link the day before each of the events.
Along with the virtual seminars, The Catastrophic Injury team will be sharing daily reminders and facts with the wider members of the firm relating to improving road safety, along with a quiz to test their knowledge!
The team will also be organising a road safety picture competition for children, with a prize to be awarded to the winner courtesy of the firm.
If you’d like to show your support and take part in Brake Road Safety Week, you can learn more by clicking here.
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