Day one of the 2016 National Road Safety Conference
NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY CONFERENCE 2016 - LIVE UPDATES
- Day one draws to a close
- Recap: Session one - Road Safety Psychology
- Recap Session two - Publicity & Social Marketing
- RSGB Academy presented with Prince Michael Award
- Rob Tillier, Linda Kennedy and Tina Housego presented with Lynda Chalker Awards
- Day two features two sessions, the Fringe and Question Time
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17.25 - That's that for day one
That's a wrap for day one of the 2016 National Road Safety Conference. A big thank you to all of our speakers, exhibitors and delegates for making it a insightful first day.
We'll be back tomorrow morning with live coverage of day two - but first the important matter of the gala dinner.
17.15 - Pick My Brains
New for 2016, the inaugural 'Pick My Brains' session is now taking place.
The session will see experienced road safety practitioners will provide advice and help on a small group basis.
17.00 - Three receive Lynda Chalker Award
Rob Tillier, Linda Kennedy and Tina Housego are recognised for their contributions to road safety with the prestigious Lynda Chalker Award.
More information on all three winners will be available on the Road Safety GB newsfeed in the coming days.
16.55 - Road Safety GB Academy presented with Prince Michael Award
Alan Kennedy and Ian Edwards are up on stage to receive a Prince Michael Road Safety Award on behalf of the Road Safety GB Academy.
More information will be available on the Road Safety GB newsfeed in the coming days.
16.45 - Speakers are back on stage
Session Two has (just about) drawn to a close. The speakers are back on stage taking questions from the audience.
Click here for a recap of the session, including detailed summaries of all the speakers.
16.00 - Fringe session focusing on speed and speed management
The Fringe session is currently running alongside the main agenda. This afternoon's speakers are focusing on speed and speed management.
Click here to find out more on the speakers.
15.30 - Session two about to get underway
Session two - Publicity & Social Marketing - is about to get underway. Click here for detailed updates from the session.
14.45 - Speakers are back on stage
Session One is now finished - and the speakers are back on stage fielding questions from the audience.
13.15 - Session One is now underway
Session One, Road User Psychology, is now underway. Click here to follow the session as it happens.
13.10 - Sonya Hurt, the new chair of Road Safety GB, addresses delegates
Sonya Hurt, the new chair of Road Safety GB, officially opens the 2016 National Road Safety Conference.
Sonya outlines her goals for RSGB over the next few years:
- To continue to grow and be recognised as a leading road safety organisation
- To continue to forge links with the media
- Provide education
- Support road safety professionals
12.55 - Are we ready?
The main conference hall is starting to fill up, with Sonya Hurt, the new chair of Road Safety GB, set to take to the stage at 1pm.
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12.30 - Exhibition in full swing
All of this year's exhibitors are set up and showcasing their products to delegates.
12.00 - Welcome to the National Road Safety Conference.
Delegate registration is now in full flow ahead of the 2016 National Road Safety Conference in Bristol.
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