Brake and Licence Bureau raise £100,000 during five year partnership
Road safety charity Brake and licence checking and compliance
company Licence Bureau are celebrating a five-year partnership that has raised
over £100,000 for the charity.
Since first working together in 2012, Licence Bureau has
supported Brake through various campaigns and projects, including encouraging
its clients to take advantage of complimentary membership to Brake
Professional, Brake’s fleet-specific portal.
In addition to providing advice and guidance on risk
management, Brake Professional membership provides free training on engaging
drivers with road safety, a suite of best practice tools for drivers and
managers and exclusive access to road safety conferences, webinars and
Established in 2003 as the UK’s first company to offer a B2B
solution to driving licence management, Licence Bureau has grown into one of
the leading independent fleet and driver compliance management providers,
recognising the need to develop an all-in-one solution for companies on how to
keep employees safe.
Licence Bureau employees have volunteered their time to
teach road safety best practice to local secondary schools during Brake’s
annual Road Safety Week, helping to educate the next generation of drivers by
instilling a culture of road safety as early as possible.
Malcolm Maycock, managing director at Licence Bureau, also
volunteers his spare time at various Brake events throughout the year that has
resulted in better safety management for thousands of drivers and businesses.
Brake and Licence Bureau’s long-standing partnership will
continue throughout 2017, with a best practice roundtable event scheduled for
September, and a survey report providing insight on risk management in the
Richard Coteau, corporate fundraising manager at Brake,
said: “Licence Bureau’s commitment to road safety is exceptional, and we are
incredibly proud to partner with an organisation which shares our passion for
reducing the number of incidents on our roads.
“Its support is invaluable to the charity, allowing us to coordinate
our national Road Safety Week, and support local communities campaigning for
safer roads. Its efforts are a fantastic example of how companies can become
involved in improving road safety; we look forward to continuing our
partnership throughout 2017 and beyond.”
Malcolm Maycock, managing director at Licence Bureau, said:
“Brake’s work is admirable, and an extremely worthy cause to support. Everyone
at Licence Bureau is passionate about improving overall road safety, both in
and outside the workplace and we look forward to continuing our close
relationship with Brake as we strive to make our roads a safer place for all
road users. We urge anyone who wants to help this become a reality to contact
Brake and see how they can make a difference.”