To raise awareness of the issues affecting the roadside rescue and recovery industry, including the dangers workers in the industry face in the performance of their work, the protection afforded to them by government regulations, and the need to collect specific data on accidents involving recovery workers.
1. Campaign for Safer Roadside Rescue and Recovery - written evidence
01/05/2019 - Inquiry: Road Safety - Transport Committee
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2. Roadside Rescue and Recovery
02/01/2019 - APPGs
Found: awareness of the issues affecting the roadside rescue and recovery industry, including the dangers workers
3. Work of the roadside rescue and recovery industry
18/10/2021 - Early Day Motions
Found: House recognises the vital work of the roadside rescue and recovery industry which ensures roads are kept
Found: submission to the All Party Parliamentary Group on roadside rescue (Annex 1) and its previous evidence to this
5. Urgently set timeline and provide funding for roads to be repaired nationally.
11/03/2020 - Petitions
Found: businesses, and lost productivity waiting for roadside rescue.
1. Roadside Recovery Vehicles: Red Lights
23/07/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: beg to move,That this House has considered roadside recovery vehicles and the use of red lights.It is a - Speech Link
2: her before it started. Does she agree that roadside recovery workers would be much safer if red lights - Speech Link
3: my speech. There are nearly half a million roadside recovery operators, in a variety of guises, who deserve - Speech Link
2. All-lane Running Motorways
22/01/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: Lady agree that not only motorists but workers in recovery vehicles need extra protection from smart motorways - Speech Link
2: to light that the AA will no longer carry out roadside assistance on all-lane running motorways due to - Speech Link
3: spoken, the first being about the safety of roadside recovery workers. That was as a consequence of the - Speech Link
3. Road Safety
05/11/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: seatbelt alarm disablers, which my local fire and rescue service raised.However, I want to use the brief - Speech Link
4. Smart Motorways
13/02/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: much more complex and longer process that will put rescue teams in greater danger. So can we have special - Speech Link
2: the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Roadside Rescue and Recovery, to approve the 2010 rollout of the - Speech Link
3: The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Roadside Rescue and Recovery published a report into all-lane running - Speech Link
5. Pets (Microchips)
23/09/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: mandatory for vets to scan microchips for owner and rescue back-up details before euthanising a healthy dog - Speech Link
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Sir Mike Penning MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 3000.
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