Posted on 10th Aug, 2015 by Jonathan Peach
Historically, waste management vehicles have brought many road safety risks to Britain’s roads. Between 2001 to 2002, and 2009 to 2010 there were a total of 57 fatalities in the waste management and recycling industry. These fatalities were the result of workers or members of the public being hit by a moving vehicle. While these numbers are a huge improvement on previous years, the most recent technologies being designed have contributed to even more progress in waste management vehicles’ safety.
Posted on 20th Feb, 2015 by Jonathan Peach
Waste management sites are inherently dangerous and busy places. People are most vulnerable at these sites when waste is being collected and vehicles are present. To avoid accidents in this environment, vehicle operators need to be vigilant and aware of other road users as well as fully aware of the dangers that exist if proper safety procedures are not followed.
Posted on 28th Nov, 2014 by Jonathan Peach
You may remember the Waste Management and Action event that we covered on the blog just a few weeks ago. We’re pleased to say it was a real success, and helped a number of individuals and organisations understand Optimised Waste Logistics.