The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS)21 June 2012
The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) is a charity working to improve transport safety to reduce the number of transport related injuries and deaths in the UK.
The charity provides advice to members of the House of Commons and of the House of Lords about safety issues involving all modes of transport including trains, aeroplanes and road travel.
PACTS bring safety professionals together with legislators to achieve the safest and most effective outcomes.
Information about Transport Safety provided by PACTS
On the PACTS website you can find the latest transport safety news, statistics concerning transport accidents, information about what is happening in Parliament with regards to transport safety, events and conferences being held and much more.
Tom Jones, Head of Policy and Public Affairs at Thompsons Solicitors said “The work that PACTS does helps to improve safety for all travellers by providing an essential independent research resource for legislators in the area. PACTS’ research and guidance helps to reduce the number of accidents involving transport but more could be prevented with better safety procedures and PACTS work offers the possibility of that real step forward.”
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