All new cars will be required to be fitted with the wiring for built-in breathalysers from 2022 following a decision by the European Council.
There are currently no pedestrian crossings on the stretch of Bedford Road and those on foot have to go across three lanes of traffic to cross at the site of the entrance.
With children across the north-east getting excited for Halloween, parents are being urged to make sure they are buying safe costumes.
Close to five million cars are being driven on UK roads with defective headlights, a new survey has discovered.
Only one in 10 drivers feel safer on an All Lane Running (ALR) smart motorway compared to a traditional motorway with a hard shoulder, a new survey has found.
Shell has been dealt with a safety notice after failing to properly ensure workers would be protected during an emergency on a North Sea platform.
In-car cameras that record young motorists while driving could help cut crash rates if the footage is shared with parents, according to new research.
Cutting-edge software has been introduced in the North Sea which provides real-time information on the location of oil workers around the globe.
Transport for London (TfL) will introduce a 20mph speed limit on all roads in central London from next year, following a successful public consultation.
Engineers have shut a north-east bridge due to safety concerns.
Bikers’ views are being sought on the effectiveness of road safety initiatives.
A large section of Aberdeen beach is being closed to the public on safety grounds from tomorrow.
Work to improve patient safety in a city hospital has been given the go-ahead.
Politicians have called for a safety review to be carried out on the new AWPR amid concerns over busy junctions.
Confusion surrounds access to a historic Aberdeen school building – more than a month after it was engulfed by flames.
Problems arose at last July’s Echt Show when people got in without tickets and went to a marquee with a bar.
Council planners have said that safety improvements are “critical” for an Aberdeen road next to a new housing development.
People in the north-east are being reminded to be safe along the coast this summer.
New traffic lights will be installed in Aberdeen city centre following complaints about Broad Street.
A course aimed at saving the lives of motorcyclists is to take place in the north-east this weekend.
The 2009 Super Puma tragedy that left 16 men dead has led to a “renewed vigour” in aviation safety, a health and safety boss claimed today.
An Aberdeen university has joined forces with a oil industry firm to improve safety.
The call follows an incident late last year when a lift broke down in a sheltered housing block, leaving one elderly woman unable to get back into her home after spending time in hospital until she received assistance from firefighters.
New parking restrictions could soon be introduced to improve visibility over an Aberdeen bridge.
Parents have been urged to get reflective clothing for children to allow them to walk to school safely.
Concerns have been raised that safety barriers have still not been installed outside an Aberdeen school – despite being first called for two years ago.
A review into a partial pedestrianisation scheme should be brought forward due to “serious safety concerns”, a councillor has claimed.
A safety charity and North Sea firm have joined forces for a workshop highlighting the dangers of alcohol to north-east schoolchildren.
Rail chiefs and an Aberdeen charity have come together to launch a new safety campaign.
The familiar sound of a mother’s voice is more likely to rouse a sleeping child than the high-pitched wailing of a smoke alarm, a new study has shown.