With the Interministerial Delegation for Road Safety, companies that have signed the charter of “Seven commitments for a safer road” undertake to:
- limit telephone conversations while driving to emergencies. As the smartphone while driving is a real danger, business leaders recommend the “driving mode” application offered by Road Safety or a similar application. This puts the smartphone on standby and automatically sends a message of unavailability to the correspondent;
- prescribe sobriety on the road. This is to promote sobriety as “good professional practice” and to encourage employees to dissuade a colleague who has been drinking from taking to the road. Games such as Addicto’Quiz can be offered to raise employee awareness;
- require the wearing of seat belts. Training or simulators raise awareness of the danger associated with not wearing seat belts;
- do not allow speed limits to be exceeded. Employers undertake never to impose a speed limit on their colleagues in order to accomplish a mission;
- include moments of rest in the calculation of journey times. Employers ensure that road trips are arranged to respect the golden rule: a break every two hours;
- Foster a culture of road safety. This is a commitment to train and/or make employees aware of road risks;
- encourage users of two-wheelers to equip themselves better by providing them with helmets, retro-reflective vests, safety gloves, etc.