The Storefront Safety Council was launched in 2011 to reduce the number of vehicle-into-building crashes. These mostly preventable accidents are injuring and killing Americans where they work, play, shop, and eat. The Council is comprised of volunteers from a variety of backgrounds who are passionate about ending Storefront crashes. Get to know us better.
ABC NEWS, WORLD NEWS TONIGHT (VIDEO) "Out of Control: Cars Crashing Into Homes and Buildings Happens More Often Than you think!"
VIDEO: Retailers can INCREASE SAFETY and REDUCE RISK From Trip & Fall Incidents and Storefront Crashes by replacing wheel stops with ASTMF3016 crash tested bollards.
Please take 2 minutes to watch our slide show about storefront crashes and how you can help! (Click on slideshow for full screen viewing)
Our storefront crash statistics are the most complete ever assembled for accidents of this type. As of January 1, 2020 our database contains more than 16,000 analyzed accidents and an additional 7,000 additional accidents collected but not analyzed (and not included in our statistical reporting). Analysis includes statistics on causation of crashes, age of drivers, and types of buildings or businesses most frequently struck by vehicles. We have cooperated with the Texas Traffic Institute at Texas A&M University. More and more trends seem to be developing and becoming more clear.
REDUCING PARKING LOT INJURIES, STOREFRONT CRASHES, AND TORT CLAIMS: SAFETY BOLLARDS, ADA PARKING SIGNPOSTS, AND “WHEEL STOPS” (A Joint Position Paper of the Storefront Safety Council and Richard Avelar & Associates)
Go to: Storefront Safety Initiative
The Storefront Safety Initiative provides free resources to those working to increase pedestrian safety where we eat, work, play & shop.
ROB RECEIVES SIA STATESMAN AWARD. On June 27, 2018, Rob Reiter, Co-founder of the Storefront Safety Council, was awarded the Security Industry Association (SIA) Statesman Award. Read more...
PREVENTING VEHICULAR ATTACKS: Highlights from Security Industry Association (SIA) Policy Briefing, May 10, 2018.
ROB REITER ON CNN INTERNATIONAL: NYC terror attack on bicycle path. If you take care of safety you will likely take care of security.