5 October 2021 (2-3pm)
Changing Road Use Post Pandemic (webinar)
Organised by Agilysis
The last 18 months have seen a rollercoaster of changes in road use by different transport modes. With traffic levels allegedly back to ‘normal’ levels we will explore the evidence available on what the ‘new normal’ is and how behaviours may have changed. This webinar will review the data available from a number of sources to help understand what changes took place and what might be happening now. More information

6 October 2021 (Ref: BCCEng7)
Behavioural Change Course for Highways Engineers (online course)
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy • Delivered via Zoom
This course, which will be delivered in a Zoom virtual classroom, is essential CPD learning for civil highway engineers, urban planners and other related disciplines around the development of infrastructure that will impact on the safety of road users. It will provide them with a wider understanding of the relationship between the built environment and the ‘road user’, enabling them to explore, design and implement infrastructure that will take into account the limitations of the ‘human’ in the system.
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12 October 2021 (2-3pm)
Road safety: What Works and What Does Not Work? (webinar)
Organised by Agilysis
The first of two webinars (second 9 Nov) to separately explore ‘what works’ and ‘what doesn’t’. This first webinar will look at the interventions for which there is strong evidence around reductions in fatal and serious collisions. Our presenters will outline where the greatest opportunities for success lie. This will include examples of schemes already in place in the UK as well as opportunities for future changes. More information

19 October 2021 (Ref: DVT5)
Delivering Virtual Training (online course)
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy • Delivered via Zoom
This course is designed to equip road safety practitioners with the skills to develop and deliver road safety interventions online.
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19 October 2021 (2-3pm)
New Ways of Accessing Road Safety Data (webinar)
Organised by Agilysis
The march towards cloud computing, and browser tools or apps has provided enormous opportunities for people to free themselves from traditional desktop computers and networks, and this is the same for road safety professionals and transport planners. This webinar will review digital datasets, new technologies, and integrated systems that are already being use to record, use and analyse data. More information

19 October 2021 (7-9pm UK time)
The State of Teen Driver Safety
Organised by the National Transportation Safety Board (US)
This session will feature experts in teen safety programming and research, who will talk about the state of teen driver safety in the US and how to achieve zero traffic crashes in this demographic. It will focus on the risks impacting teen drivers, such as distraction, fatigue and impairment, and identify tangible actions to reduce teen driving crashes in the future. More information

21 October 2021 (7-9pm UK time)
The State of Graduated Driver’s License Laws
Organised by the National Transportation Safety Board (US)
This roundtable will see experts in traffic safety legislation and research discuss teen driver education, GDL laws, and the policy strategies that can be utilised to improve the safety of teen drivers. It will focus on the status of GDL laws in states and identify tangible actions advocates and legislators can take to improve GDL laws and reduce teen traffic crashes. More information

28 October 2021 (Ref: DEM4)
Designing Effective Messaging (online course)
Organised by Road Safety GB Academy • Delivered via Zoom
The course aims to help develop a road safety practitioner’s ability to design an effective road safety message. It covers a wide spectrum of topics around effective messaging and will enhance skills and confidence in design and delivery.
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