June 2017

June 2017

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2 June 2017
‘Saving Young Lives: Don’t Crash or Burn!’ A multi-agency conference on youth unemployment, accidental fires in the home and road traffic collisions
Organised by the Birmingham Road Safety Partnership • Birmingham
West Midlands Fire Service and The Future Melting Pot are researching the relationship between patterns of youth unemployment, road traffic collisions and accidental dwelling fires. The intention is to produce evidence-based reports, recommendations and guidelines for use by policy-makers, local and national agencies and cultural and employability practitioners. More

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6 June 2017
The Real Horsepower Road Safety Conference
Organised by the British Horse Society (BHS) • The Royal Veterinary College, Hertfordshire
Delegates will hear how BHS is working with road safety and driving experts to keep horses and riders safer on the roads. Speakers will include broadcaster Lizzie Greenwood-Hughes, former Top Gear presenter Chris Goffey, road safety expert Dr Shaun Helman from TRL and Professor Josh Slater from the Royal Veterinary College. More

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9 June 2017
Behavioural Change Course (one day)
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy • Dyfed-Powys Police Headquarters, Carmarthen
This course is designed to give road safety practitioners an insight into the world of behavioural change models and techniques, and how interventions can be developed that will look at the underlying issues associated with risk related  behaviour, and ultimately collisions.
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15 June 2017
2017 CIHT Awards Ceremony
The Troxy, London
The CIHT Awards, which include the John Smart Road Safety Award, celebrate and reward the achievements of those working in the transportation sector and promote the professionalism and innovative projects as best practice to a wider industry audience.
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29 June 2017
Implementing the Cycling & Walking Investment Strategy
Organised by Westminster Briefing : Central London
With the recent publication of the Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy, with it's aim to double cycling by 2025, reverse the decline in walking and £300 million pledged by the Government, join this Westminster Briefing and discover how this strategy will be implement, what new funding schemes and sector-initiatives are available, and what these will mean for cyclists, pedestrians and local authorities. We will also address what makes successful cycling projects, particularly through working in partnership. More