Road Safety Wales, the partnership of all key road safety personnel across Wales, has announced the appointment of Susan Storch (left in photo) as its new chairperson and Sarah Morris (right) as vice chair.
Susan Storch, civilian RSO for Dyfed Powys Police, succeeds Joy Smith, road safety manager for Neath Port Talbot, who expanded the role of chairperson during her four year tenure. Susan has previously worked as an approved driving instructor and RSO with Carmarthenshire County Council.
She said: “I am delighted to accept the role and very much look forward to continuing to develop and stimulate national road safety initiatives which will keep Wales on track as one of the safest countries in the world in which to travel.
“Together with Sarah Morris, principal RSO for Powys, I hope to consolidate the good work in road casualty reduction carried out throughout Wales.
“Making our roads safer is a challenge for all of us and the Road Safety Wales partnership will ensure that future road safety education, training and publicity schemes undertaken in Wales are as relevant as possible.”