The Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ORSA) was formed on 29th April 2002 at a meeting of 40 organisations who agreed to work together to promote occupational road safety via their respective memberships and key contacts. It now comprises over 150 organisations.
ORSA brings together employers, trade unions, local authorities, police forces, safety organisations and professional and trade associations. It aims to raise awareness of work related road safety and to encourage businesses to manage at-work road risk more effectively.
ORSA has a variety of Case Studies on their websites. To see the details of each Case Study please access the ORSA website available via the link provided.
The ORSA Case Studies include but are not limited to the following companies/organizations:
- 3M UK plc – banning staff from using mobile phones
- ALD Automotive Ltd – reducing environmental impact
- Arval UK Ltd – road risk policies and procedures
- Atkins – work related road safety policies and procedures
- Balfour Beatty – work related road safety policies and procedures, including its Driver Risk Management Program
- Bethell – work related road safety policies and procedures, including its grey fleet initiative and policy on foreign national drivers
- BT – occupational road risk program
- CE Electric UK – road risk management plan
- Central Auto Supplies – work related road safety policies and procedures
- Centrica / British Gas – driver risk management system and fleet safety reviews
- Faversham House Group Ltd – road safety policies and procedures.
- Johnson & Johnson – SAFE Fleet programme for its fleet of over 30,000 vehicles
- Kier Islington – staff communication programme and changes to its vehicle incidents and costs.