RSA launches 2015 MAST conferences
Road Safety Analysis has unveiled details of its 2015 MAST conference which, for the first time this year, will be held in two locations in Manchester and London.
MAST Online is a web based road safety data analysis tool. It provides stakeholders with national crash data for user-customised in-depth analysis, and also offers unique insights into people involved in crashes with the help of Mosaic Public Sector.
The MAST northern conference will be hosted by Transport for Greater Manchester on 25 March and the south conference will be hosted by Transport for London on 1 April.
MAST member organisations are entitled to one free place to attend either conference, with additional places available at £65 (subject to availability).
Using the theme ‘Think agility: intelligence, insight & innovation in road safety’, the format of the day will be similar to the previous four annual MAST conferences with a mix of practical sessions, best practice and recent innovations.
The programme will include keynote presentations from road safety professionals who use innovative ways to turn data into action, and examples of the best analysis from MAST users around the country.
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NRSC 2017 | Manchester | 14-15.11.17
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