RSGB


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RSGB

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) Radio Society of Great Britain (amateur radio operators)
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The 20-year-old joined RSGB and Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service to talk to students at South Tyneside College on Wednesday.
"Teaching children about road safety is therefore essential and we welcome any support that can be provided by RSGB NE to share this message.
If any schools or other youth groups are interested, information can be obtained from the we site at http://www.gb4fun.org/ or the RSGB home page at http:/www.rsgb.org/
The survey conducted by RSGB, in December 1994, polled 2,000 adults to provide a representative sample of the UK population as a whole.
Paul Watson, Chairman of RSGB NE, said: "Nobody can imagine the pain that is caused when a loved one loses their life in a road accident, particularly when that collision has happened due to a drink or drug-driver.
Newcastle, Sunderland and Middlesbrough football clubs have all joined campaigning group Road Safety GB (RSGB) North East to urge the regions' football fans to avoid drink driving while celebrating - or commiserating - during the tournament.
p RSGB questioned 2, 000 adults in the UK during September.
RSGB questioned 1,000 people during June for the survey.
Famous amateur radio enthusiasts have included Marlon Brando, Donny Osmond, King Hussein of Jordan, footballer Sergei Rebrov and astronaut Helen Sharman.: WHAT ARE THE SAFEGUARDS?:Radio amateurs must have a licence which can only be obtained by passing a radio communications exam, administered by the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB)on behalf of the communications watchdog OFCOM.
RSGB questioned 2,000 people face-to-face during April.
A total of 2,000 adults were interviewed in home by RSGB Omnibus, part of the TNS Group, in December 2003 on behalf of Alliance & Leicester Commercial Bank.