Final call for Data Analystsí Conference
With a little over two weeks to go and more than 75 people already booked to attend, a small number of delegate places still remain available for the 2017 Data Analysts’ Conference.
Organised by Road Safety GB in partnership with Road Safety Analysis, the conference, now in its second year, will take place at the IET in Birmingham on 2 March. The event will also see the launch of the new Road Safety GB Analysts’ Network
The conference theme for 2017 is once again ‘Joining the Dots’, and the programme covers a wide range of topics and includes workshop sessions in the afternoon.
In a session focusing on data collection and visualisation, Marie Woltman from Devon County Council and Andy Hartley from Road Safety Analysis will show delegates how to build a data dashboard in just 15 minutes.
The event will also include a panel discussion featuring Alice Crossley from Highways England, Joe Stordy (TfL), Jan Sjorup (Road Safety Support) and Matt Staton (Cambridgeshire County Council).
The delegate fee is £125 +VAT with a 40% discount available to Road Safety GB, Academy and MASTonline members. Click here to register to attend.
For more information about the conference contact Louise Pittam at Road Safety Analysis on 01295 731819.
New website includes membersí portal and info on training courses etc
Apply for Corporate Membership of Road Safety GB
Road Safety campaigns, research, data and help forum
The 2017 National Road Safety Conference
For more info and to register to attend click here...
Project EDWARD - 21 September 2017
For more info click here...
AROUND THE WEB
In the fast lane
For the Volvo Group, managing speed is one of the basics of traffic safety, but thereís more to it than just staying within the speed limits.
Mobile phone penalties double - but will it be an effective deterrent?
Edward Seaman, assistant editor of Road Safety News, reviews the change in legislation and its potential to influence behaviour.
The driving test trial
The findings of a DVSA trial, conducted with the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL), released to coincide with the new driving test changes.
Highways England's vehicle checks campaign
Click here to subscribe for weekly news alert