The number of pedestrians and cyclists killed or seriously injured in collisions with Large Goods Vehicles is disproportionate to those involving other types of vehicles.
With more than a quarter of all road traffic collisions involving people driving for work, it’s important for companies to be aware of the accident investigation process and preventions measures.
We share a recent case study of a car in collision with a cyclist in a busy urban area and how our Expert Witness team provided useful information which aided the court hearing.
We take personal data very seriously at TRL and are proud to be amongst the companies who crossed the finish line for GDPR last Friday.
Our very own Dr Richard Lambourn has been a long supporter of SAE for decades. Having recently attended the World Congress Experience, he shares his learnings on this insightful conference.
The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) is the first major piece of data privacy legislation in the EU for 20 years. TRL will be compliant before the deadline of 25th May 2018.
TRL conducted a series of motorcycle helmet roll-off tests several years ago to determine which factors are likely to be causative of helmet loss through roll-off in a collision. Further research is being undertaken to provide a better form of advice to prospective helmet users to reduce the potential for helmet roll-off.
CCTV systems can provide invaluable evidence in relation to the speed, movement and reactions of the parties involved in a collision or incident and our experts are highly experienced in analysing footage from a variety of different sources. This Workshop was an opportunity to share experiences with colleagues in the industry and to learn about new developments in this field.