Road users, including work-related drivers, contribute towards creating a safe road system, sharing responsibility with decision makers for safe roads, safe vehicles, and safe speed enforcement [1].

Work-related drivers, being lone workers, can feel detached to the organisation that controls their work activities. Research has found that group-based identification, such as social belonging and inclusion, is important for the safe behaviour of workers [2] , which can be helped by empowering workers [3].