RSW activity ideas for organisations

Road Safety Week is an ideal opportunity to promote life-saving messages and show your commitment to road safety to employees and their families, customers, suppliers and your community.

Why take part?

RSW15 ChristchurchYou could use the Week as an opportunity to train staff, raise awareness or partner with local schools, community groups and road safety professionals to promote safer roads.

Many organisations use the Week to link existing activities to a national event, or as a springboard to launch year-round road safety programmes.

Register to take part now!

Access Road Safety Week resources

Free action pack
Sign up for a free electronic action pack full of downloadable resources and activity ideas.

Hard copy resources
In addition to the electronic action pack, you can order low-cost hard copy resources for your activities.

2018 resources
Access some of our free resources from Road Safety Week 2018.

Promote road safety online

There are lots of quick and easy things that you can do to promote Road Safety Week online.

Make a RSW Display

Campaign in your community

Promoting road safety can be part of any organisation's corporate social responsibility work, helping you to establish the organisation as one that cares about staff, customers and local people.
Are there concerns in your local area about road safety issues? Is there a need for lower speeds, clearer signage, better paths and crossings? Why not engage with local people by asking them to share their views on roads in their area, and on what they think can be done to make getting around safer and more sustainable?
You can connect with people through social media, or, if you have time, by getting out and about in your community, holding awareness-raising events in schools and shopping centres, or inviting the press, to generate publicity for your activities. For further information, see the community campaign kit on the main Brake website.

General activity suggestions

Don't forget to register and tell us what you're planning so we can feature your activities on this site.

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