Encouraging employers to realise the significant business benefits than come from better management of those who drive for work. We wish Project EDWARD every success for 2018 after the fantastic results achieved last year.
VITRONIC develops innovative products and customized solutions in the growth industries of industrial automation, logistics automation and traffic technology. Our goal is to increase traffic safety with the help of technology. That's why we really like to support Project EDWARD!
Road Safety Support (RSS) is a not-for-profit company that provides a unique range of specialist services to safer roads partnerships, the police and highway authorities in the UK and overseas, helping them to reduce deaths and injuries on the roads.
Center for Vehicles of Croatia provides organization and uniform performance of PTI and registration processes in PTI stations. Project EDWARD – one day now for absolute road safety in the future
NFU Mutual has been serving the rural community for more than 100 years. We know that people in the countryside are concerned about safety on rural roads. By working with communities to change driver behaviour and campaigning for wider safety improvements, we help towards saving lives and preventing serious injuries.
The RSA is a government body in Ireland responsible for driver testing, licensing, vehicle standards, road transport enforcement, road safety promotion, education and road safety research. The RSA is happy to support Project EDWARD with Ireland’s national police force (An Garda Síochána)
GEM Motoring Assist's principal aim is to improve road safety through our support and involvement in accident prevention initiatives. GEM Motoring Assist is proud to have funded and actively supported Project EDWARD since its initiation.
Westcotec design, manufacture and install intelligent traffic safety systems,safety on the road is at the heart of the company’s ethos.
Project Edward and Westcotec aims are identical,we will continue to support this life saving initiative.
DriveTech, part of the AA, is the world leader in fleet risk and safety management, and driver training. We are also the UK’s largest provider of driver offender retraining courses. DriveTech are committed to helping improve road safety reducing deaths and serious injuries, and wholeheartedly support Project EDWARD.
FEVR, the voice of the European Road Traffic Victims, has been working since 1991 for and with Road Victims to protect their interests. We collaborate with EU Institutions and all stakeholders in Europe and globally to reduce the number of fatalities and seriously injured constantly. Together we can finally reach our all Vision, the Vision Zero, no more fatalities and serious injured in road traffic.
RoadPeace is the national charity for road crash victims in the UK. We provide information and support services to people bereaved or seriously injured in road crashes and engage in evidence based policy and campaigning work to fight for justice for victims and reduce road danger. We are a membership organisation whose work is informed by the needs and experiences of road crash victims.
The International Road Victims’ Partnership (IRVP) is a partnership of over 100 NGOs from all regions of the world working together on a global level to reduce road danger, improve the post crash response, and advocate for the rights of Road Victims. IRVP is a member of the UN Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC).
The Irish Road Victims’ Association (IRVA) is a road safety and victim support charity registered in Ireland. IRVA works with all stakeholders at home and abroad to reduce road dangers, and to provide free information, moral and practical support to Road Traffic Victims and to their bereaved families, helping them deal with the aftermath of these sudden, violent, and traumatic deaths and serious injury. IRVA is a member of the International Road Victims’ Partnership, the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety, and FEVR. IRVA is a member of Victim Support Europe and the Victims’ Rights Alliance.
European Automobile Clubs The European Automobile Clubs (EAC) is a not-for-profit organisation comprising currently six member clubs from Austria, Germany, Slovakia as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina representing above 3 million road users and advocating for more road safety through harmonisation of EU traffic rules. As signatory of the European Road Safety Charter we strongly support #ProjectEDWARD.