2016 NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY CONFERENCE – AS IT HAPPENED
- National Road Safety Conference draws to a close
- Recap: Public Health & Road Safety
- Recap: Question Time
- Recap: The Round-up session
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15.00 – Conference draws to a close
And that is that for the 2016 National Road Safety Conference in Bristol. We hope to see you next year in Manchester for what promises to be another wonderful event.
14.45 – Summary and conclusions
Jeremy Phillips, director of research, Road Safety GB & road casualty reduction team manager, Devon County Council, delivers a summary of the 2016 National Road Safety Conference, and outlines some of the conclusions from the two day event.
13.15 – Final session now underway
The Round-up session is now underway. Click here for live coverage.
12.30 – Lunch time
After a very thought provoking hour, the Question Time session has drawn to a close. A big thank you to all our panellists.
The session will be available to watch (in full) on the conference website in the near future.
11.20 – Question Time underway
Question Time is now underway – this year’s panellists are:
- Iain Temperton, director of communications, Road Safety GB
- Lembit Opik, director of communications & public affairs, MAG
- Gavin Watts, vice chair, CFOA Road Safety Group
- Gary Rae, director of communications and campaigns, Brake
- Eddy Klynen, Flemish Foundation for Traffic Knowledge (FFT)
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10.25 – Speakers back on stage
The six speakers are back on stage, fielding questions from delegates surrounding public health and road safety.
The next session is Question Time at 11.15am.
09.15 – Session three in progress
Public Health and Road Safety – the first session of day two of the National Road Safety Conference – is now live. Click here to follow live updates.
08.55 – Relive day one’s action
You can relive yesterday’s action from the 2016 National Road Safety Conference – if you so wish – by clicking here. Sessions included Road User Psychology and Publicity and Social Marketing.
08.45 – Welcome to day two
Welcome to our live coverage of day two of the 2016 National Road Safety Conference. You can find out today’s schedule by clicking here.
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