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Brigade Electronics recognised for Transaid work

Brigade Electronics has been named the Diversity and Inclusion Champion of the Year 2023 at the Logistics UK Awards for its work with international development organisation, Transaid.

Brigade Electronics named Diversity and Inclusion Champion of the Year at Logistics UK Awards.

Brigade has been at the forefront of commercial vehicle safety since 1976 when it introduced the first reversing alarm to the UK. Earlier this year, the company pledged its support as a formal corporate partner of Transaid – which is focused on improving road safety and access to healthcare in sub-Sharan Africa.

In this region, road deaths are the third biggest killer after HIV/AIDS and malaria and this problem is only expected to increase as the population grows. A lack of legal enforcement and training combined with widespread issues of poor vehicle maintenance and overloading, puts all road users, including pedestrians, at risk.

Transaid focuses on providing professional driver training, fleet management, and increased rural access to essential services, to solve some of the biggest transport challenges in sub-Saharan Africa. Its programmes align closely with many of the UN Sustainable Development goals.

A core element of Transaid’s driver training programmes is its partnerships with specialist training centres across multiple countries, which aim to improve the standard of training for drivers. As part of its support, Brigade has equipped two trucks with safety equipment to aid new drivers training at Transaid’s partner training centre in Zambia.

Both vehicles have been fitted with a range of high-quality equipment from Brigade’s product portfolio, including 2 AHD side cameras to the left and right sides of the vehicle and a 7-inch AHD colour monitor in the driver’s cab. The cameras activate when the trucks’ indicators are switched on. Most crucially, the cameras are designed to eliminate blind spots and improve the driver’s view of both sides of the vehicle. Courtesy of Microlise, both trucks have also been fitted with telematics equipment.

Peter Squire, Managing Director of Brigade Electronics UK, said: “We are thrilled to have been recognised for our work with Transaid. The charity does outstanding work and we are delighted that we are making a difference in helping them to achieve their goals and improve road safety.

“Equipping these two trucks with cutting edge vehicle safety equipment ensures that new drivers are learning the best and most professional driving techniques with the aid of state-of-the-art technology. It is this combination of support that will ultimately help to prevent deaths and injuries on African roads.”

 

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