All over the world, work-related road safety has grown in importance in recent years as the extent of the problem has emerged, and an increasing number of researchers, practitioners and government agencies have seen its potential for protecting human, physical and financial assets. Despite this increasing interest in occupational road safety (often called fleet safety), there are few published case studies of successful organisations.

The aim of the Work-related road safety: good practice cases paper is to start the process of addressing this research gap, by reviewing research and describing three successful case studies from around the world. As well as the cases studies, the discussion focuses on the DNA (fundamental building blocks) of successful organisations, and the lessons they offer for road safety researchers, policy makers and industry.