Posted on 26th May, 2016 by Dominic Benabda
After the success of the Safety Days held in Skipton and Sunderland, Vision Techniques are proud to announce another event as part of the Safety Day Season. This time the event will be coming to Scotland, more specifically West Dumbarton.
Posted on 17th May, 2016 by Jonathan Peach
With a new mayor in place in London comes a new opportunity to improve on the current issues faced by freight. Moving forward, the logistics industry want the challenges their sector face to be embraced when the new major sets out his policy agenda.
Posted on 21st Apr, 2016 by Dominic Benabda
Vision Techniques, vehicle safety experts for over 25 years, are officially launching their failsafe handbraking system at the CV Show this year.
Posted on 15th Apr, 2016 by Jonathan Peach
Looking after employees’ welfare is of upmost importance to all businesses, but what about when a driver is unfit for work? Every year, accidents occur as a result of a driver being unfit for work – due to health issues. While a driver should always update their employer of any changes to their health, which might affect their job, this doesn’t always happen.
Posted on 24th Mar, 2016 by Dominic Benabda
Vision Techniques had a fantastic show for the CLOCS event at ExCel in London meeting new businesses and seeing some familiar faces.
Posted on 17th Mar, 2016 by Dominic Benabda
Road safety charity Brake are supporting Vision Techniques at their safety day, giving customers a chance to see new systems VT StopSafe and VT BrakeSafe and experience how they operate.
Posted on 11th Mar, 2016 by Jonathan Peach
Over the past few months, there have been a number of changes discussed concerning the presence of freight vehicles, such as HGVs and LGVs, on Britain’s roads. These changes, if put into place, will have a serious effect on the road freight industry and their operations within inner city areas.
Posted on 4th Mar, 2016 by Jonathan Peach
There are 433 principal authorities, ranging from county councils through to metropolitan boroughs and unitary authorities, across the UK. Each one of these authorities has their own fleet, between them, the municipal vehicles often operating on our roads 24/7. With this in mind, we’re going to take a look at the dangers these types of vehicles face and how authorities can improve their safety standards by investing in the right vehicle safety technology.
Posted on 11th Jan, 2016 by Jonathan Peach
Statistics made available for previous years make alarming reading. In a recent report, statistics for 2014 revealed that there were 1,658 people killed, 20,676 seriously injured and 123,988 slightly injured in accidents that involved vehicles on the road.
Posted on 14th Dec, 2015 by Jonathan Peach
Any regular driver on Britain’s roads will have witnessed the increase in delivery vans on their daily commute. Of course, with more vans and LGVs on the roads, comes an increased risk of accidents, which is the topic of debate in The London Assembly at the moment.