Road safety & emergency services professionals
Road safety officers, emergency services, health professionals and driving instructors deliver life-saving messages year-round throughout the UK.
A national event like Road Safety Week can help bring media attention to your initiatives, raising your profile and getting your message out to the public.
Register now to join the community or road safety and emergency service professionals who have signed up to take part in Road Safety Week 2020.
How to get involved
There are loads of different ways to take part in Road Safety Week.
Register for Road Safety Week 2020 and we'll send you a free, online action pack, full of advice, ideas and activities to help you get involved.
- Run an awareness campaign on social media asking people to share their views on speed in their community, and pledge to use roads more safely.
- Support local schools, nurseries and colleges to run Road Safety Week activities.
- Print and display the free posters in your action pack in our workplace.
- Take part in one of our great fundraising activities to support Brake's vital work campaigning for safe and healthy mobility for all and supporting people affected by road death and serious injury.
Buy a giant Road Safety Week banner
Raise awareness about road safety in your local community by sponsoring a giant Road Safety Week banner (5m x 1m).
Banners include your logo and a message chosen by you from a list of options. You can display the banner on your station, or on another prominent local building (such as a university, train station or town hall).
Why not team up with other road safety professionals and split the cost? Most designs have plenty of room for partner organisation logos too and you can display them at various sites.
We're producing new designs for 2020. See last year's artwork on our banners page.
Be a Road Safety Superhero
The life-saving work you carry out on a daily basis already makes you a superhero, so why not dress like one? Team up with Brake's Pledge Squad and dress as your favourite superhero to raise money for Brake. Whether you put on a character t-shirt or a full costume, with your support, we can create a world of zero deaths or serious injuries on our roads.
To find out more and to get free resources to run a Road Safety Superhero Day visit our fundraising page.
Find out more
Sign up for our FREE webinar to hear from other organisations that have taken part in Road Safety Week and get ideas on running successful activities and communication campaigns in your organisation and community.
Run a road safety event and fundraise for Brake
Every 20 minutes, someone is killed or seriously injured on a British road. Each crash is a tragedy, each crash is preventable.
Brake's vision is a world with zero road deaths and serious injuries where everyone moves in a safe and healthy way, as part of our normal day. Help us achieve this goal by supporting us through fundraising or a donation.
There are so many ways you can help us, while having fun in your community and promoting your business.
View our community campaign kit for ideas on generating media coverage for fundraising and road safety awareness activities that you're running.
For more inspiration about activities that you can run within your community, visit our fundraising.page
Make some noise
Whatever you’re planning for Road Safety Week, make sure you let others know about it! There will be plenty of graphics and tools for social media in your action pack, so register now and let us know what you are planning to do. Brake may be able to offer you additional support, such as helping you achieve media coverage.
Follow the links below for more specific ideas on how to run events and activities during Road Safety Week.