NRSC 2018 | What happened & when?

11.09 | 27 November | | 0 comment

The 2018 National Road Safety Conference, the 10th edition of the annual event, took place at The Grand in Brighton on 27-28 November.


The main agenda

Catch up on day one:

• Routes to success – the 4 ‘E’s

Speed dating for road safety professionals

What happened on day two:

• Hot topic: Can ’Safe Drive, Stay Alive’ style interventions change behaviour and save lives?

• Focus on cycling

• Question Time

• Topical topics


The 2018 Fringe programme
The 2018 Fringe programme will comprise two or three sessions running in tandem with the main programme. One of these sessions will focus on ‘road safety interventions that didn’t work’, in which presenters will share the results of schemes that could be described as ‘less than successful’.

• Click here to view the Fringe schedule


‘Pick my brains’ 2018 (optional workshops)
‘Pick my brains’ is an optional session at the end of the first day in which experienced road safety practitioners will provide advice and help on a small group basis. Delegates need to register in advance and we are limiting each session to a maximum of 10 participants.

Note: all of the places on all of the workshops have now been reserved – there is no further availability.


Overview
The National Road Safety Conference is organised by Road Safety GB, a national organisation that represents local authority road safety teams from across the UK.

The 2018 National Road Safety Conference will be held at The Grand in Brighton on 27-28 November 2018 – with more than 330 delegates set to attend over the two days.

The 2018 National Conference will set out to demonstrate how road safety professionals can combine the four ‘E’s’ – education, enforcement and engineering, underpinned by evidence – to deliver casualty reduction improvements, despite challenging budgetary and resource constraint


 

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