Posted on 15th Aug, 2018 by Dominic Benabda
You might think you can guess the purpose of National Road Victim Month just from the name. Many would say it’s just about taking a moment to appreciate all the people who’ve been injured or killed in road traffic accidents. And while that’s great, that’s only one part of it. National Road Victim Month was created not just for remembrance, but also for action in the name of these victims, and taking steps to ensure that we stop as many others as we can from suffering the same tragic circumstances.
Posted on 26th Jul, 2018 by Dominic Benabda
On the whole, many would think that summer is the one time of year where visibility on the roads wouldn’t be an issue. That’s certainly true in one sense, but it’s not quite that simple! The darkness and wetness of winter is indeed where it can get really dangerous, but summer brings with it its own set of unique hazards, too. This week here at Vision Techniques, we explain more about these hazards, and what you can do to avoid them!
Posted on 20th Apr, 2018 by Dominic Benabda
How often do you hear the horn? It’s a common refrain amongst some fleet operators, and actually refers to how often they witness their HGV drivers do their daily checks. Since a short, sharp burst of the horn makes up a vital part of those checks, it’s an easy way to tell that drivers are regularly carrying them out.
Posted on 31st Mar, 2017 by Dominic Benabda
After the success of the Safety Days in 2016, which took place across the UK, Vision Techniques are proud to announce that they will be coming Thruxton Racecourse on 15th June.
Posted on 8th Jan, 2015 by Jonathan Peach
Incidents caused by vehicles reversing remain one of the biggest causes of serious road accidents in the commercial, refuse and quarry and mining industries. While there are a number of steps that might help to reduce the risk of reversing accidents, talking reversing alarms remain one of the simplest and most effective methods of tackling the problem.