Interview recruitment survey

Background information 
TRL and UCL are undertaking research funded by the Road Safety Trust, to understand how risk is managed in the delivery sector.

What is the purpose of this survey?
The survey is being used to recruit delivery drivers and managers of delivery drivers for interviews. This will ask you questions to see whether you match the research criteria. 

What do I have to do if I want to take part?
Please answer the questions in the survey. The survey consists of multiple-choice questions, and it will take approximately 5 minutes to complete. Following the survey and if eligible, and if you wish, you may be invited to attend an interview.
Participation in this survey is voluntary, and you can withdraw at any time, without providing a reason.

What are the possible benefits and disadvantages of taking part?
You will receive a £30 Amazon voucher for participating in an interview.
It is expected that the responses from the interviews will ultimately be used to enhance safety for drivers in the delivery sectors. There are no anticipated disadvantages associated with completing the survey or interviews.

Will my taking part be kept confidential?
Contact details, including your name and email address, will solely be used to arrange interviews. Your company name will be used to understand if we are talking to multiple people from the same organisation. This information will be collected, stored and used in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). No personal data will be published in the project report, and you will not be identifiable against your data.
All data and personal details will be kept in a secure password-protected computer with access only available by the immediate research team. These details will be kept for up to three months, after which they will be destroyed.
TRL's privacy notice can be found here.

What will happen to the results of the research?
We intend to widely disseminate the findings of the report by holding a free seminar for stakeholders at UCL, submit papers to targeted events for practitioners and by submitting a paper to an international peer reviewed journal. In addition, we will provide a short policy briefing paper designed for dissemination to industry and public sector organisations. Please contact the principal researcher to find out more (  

Please answer the following questions *

I have read and understood the information above and have had the opportunity to ask questions by emailing
I understand that my participation is voluntary and that I am free to withdraw at any time without giving a reason, by closing the survey
I give my consent to participate in this survey