One of the sessions on day two of the Road Safety GB national conference will focus on the topic of ‘better targeting’.
The 2010 national conference is being held at Chesford Grange, Warwickshire, 16-17 November. It is hosted by Road Safety GB Mercia Region and sponsored by RSS in association with Colas and Enterprise.
To date more than 125 delegates have registered to attend, with final numbers likely to be in excess of 175.
The opening keynote presentation will be delivered by Mike Penning MP, the road safety minister, and a tabletop exhibition that will run alongside the conference is already fully subscribed.
One of the subjects in the better targeting segment is ‘E-valu –it ’, a new online tool under development by the DfT which will enable road safety teams to evaluate their own interventions and initiatives.
Other topics in the segment include the EXCELerate Young Driver Programme developed by Durham County Council; the launch of a new report looking at road safety in areas of deprivation; and a look at the work of the i2i Motorcycle Academy, which recently received a glowing testimonial from Norfolk’s road safety team.
The residential delegate fee is £250 plus VAT which includes all conference sessions, refreshments, overnight accommodation and the conference dinner.