Jeanne Breen OBE will deliver the 23rd PACTS Westminster Lecture on Transport Safety, and the 2nd UN Decade of Action Lecture, on 28 November.
The lecture, ‘Managing for Ambitious Road Safety Results’, will provide an international perspective on what works in road safety. Using her extensive knowledge of international best practice, Jeanne Breen will look at how to manage road safety outcomes and at how to improve outcomes in Great Britain using international best practice.
With more than 30 years’ experience as an influential adviser and practitioner, Jeanne Breen is a global expert on road safety management and policy review. She has conducted a significant number of road management capacity reviews in high, middle and low-income countries.
Since 2004, she has undertaken major assignments with the WHO, World Bank, OECD, EC, and the ITF. With the lead safety specialist of the World Bank, she co-authored “Global Good Practice Guidelines on Road Safety Management” (2009).
In Europe, Jeanne contributes a range of evidence based reviews for the European Road Safety Observatory; is assisting the European Commission with the development of an EU Injuries Strategy; and leads the UK delegation in establishing a new ISO standard for Road Traffic Safety Management Systems.
The lecture will be held at Church House Conference Centre, Westminster, London SW1. Click here for more information or to book a place.