We support Project Pictogram – can you?
We are looking for businesses, organisations, schools and individuals to help reduce the number of collisions we have on the roads.
- Four factors are present in almost all of the ‘Killed or Serious Injury’ (KSI) collisions on UK roads - the tragically titled ‘Fatal Four’.
- These same four driver behaviour habits also cause the majority of the “minor” collisions which occur on our roads on a daily basis.
Pictogram - Driving Safer Roads, is a simple concept. It aims to provide uniformity of messaging around ‘The Fatal Four’ through an ‘Industry Standard’ set of pictograms which can be added to vehicles.
Get in touch
We would like to hear from you if you would like to support us. We know not everyone will be able to afford to add stickers and imagery to their vehicles and so we will provide supplies in some cases.
Anyone who signs up will join our "Supporters" list.
These pictograms are available Copyright Free for use in the promotion of road safety and fatality reduction.
Promoting Road Safety
These pictograms enable business fleet operators, brands, driving schools, colleges and schools, charities, community groups, sports clubs, and anyone else engaging in the promotion of community road safety to make no/low cost additions to their own fleet back-doors, company cars, brand advertising material, event programs, product packaging or social media.
Collectively adding these pictogram stickers to the back doors of our vehicles gives motorists numerous opportunities to see these key road safety messages on every journey, at the very time and place they are most relevant - on the road!
The Behavioural Psychology which underpins Project Pictogram is well proven at delivering large scale group behaviour changes through frequent but subtle ‘Nudges’ which is what the pictograms deliver.
Collectively, by aligning to this ‘Industry Standard’ for road safety priority communication, we can create a movement for positive change on the roads we all share.
Read more and download the branding guidelines and packs from Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service