The UK’s biggest road safety charity IAM RoadSmart has had its accreditation to the ISO 39001 Road Traffic Safety management standard renewed, having first achieved it back in 2015.
ISO 39001 shows IAM RoadSmart operates a Road Traffic Safety Management System that covers the field of promoting road traffic safety and the provision of road traffic safety training, assessment and testing to both organisations and individuals.
According the Lloyds Register, achieving ISO 39001 proves a company meets safety and social responsibility targets through increased awareness of the legal and best practice issues concerning road traffic safety. The certification also proves companies take these targets seriously, and have identified ways to improve efficiency and optimised resource targeting through better management.
Already IAM RoadSmart has achieved ISO 9001 and 14001.
Sarah Sillars, IAM RoadSmart chief executive officer, said: “Getting ISO 39001 is a major achievement for us; it shows we are serious about ensuring quality and high standards in the area of road safety provision and training. It signals what we are to our customers, and shows we are an organisation they can rely on and can be trusted.”
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IAM RoadSmart has a mission to make better drivers and riders in order to improve road safety, inspire confidence and make driving and riding enjoyable. It does this through a range of courses for all road users, from online assessments through to the advanced driving and riding tests. IAM RoadSmart is the trading name of all businesses operated by the UK’s largest road safety charity, the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) and was formed in April 2016 combining the IAM, IAM Drive & Survive, PDS and IAM Driver Retraining Academy. The organisation has 92,000 members and campaigns on road safety on their behalf. At any one time there are over 7,000 drivers and riders actively engaged with IAM RoadSmart’s courses, from members of the public to company drivers, while our Driver Retraining Academy has helped 2,500 drivers to shorten their bans through education and support programmes.
To find out more about IAM RoadSmart products and services visit the new website www.iamroadsmart.com
To find out the name of your own local IAM RoadSmart group please visit: https://wwwiamroadsmart.com/local-groups