CAPT seminar will highlight importance of working together
On 22 March the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) is running a free one day road safety seminar in London, produced with the support of the Department for Transport (DfT).
The seminar, called ‘Making the Link’, aims to bring statutory and voluntary and community sector (VCS) stakeholders in road safety together with public health leads to discuss how stakeholders can best work together in the new commissioning and delivery environment.
At the event stakeholders will discuss how serious accidental injuries for children can be reduced by working together. The seminar will also consider the impact of proposed changes in public health structures at local and national levels.
The intended target audience for the seminar is senior practitioners involved in road safety and accident prevention; senior public health officials; commissioners of services for children and of road safety projects in local authorities; and senior professionals within VCS organisations with an interest in road safety.
The event will be held at the London School of Economics.
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