With two weeks until the 2019 National Road Safety Conference, a final call for delegates has been issued.
Organised by Road Safety GB and co-sponsored by Insure the Box, Jenoptik and DENSO, the 11th running of the National Conference takes place at Telford International Centre on 12-13 November.
More than 300 people have registered to attend – and organisers are encouraging anyone still thinking of attending to book by the end of this week.
The 2019 conference will follow a similar format to previous years, with both a main and fringe programme running concurrently. Topics covered on the main agenda include grass roots road safety, behavioural change and 20mph limits.
Speed dating – which comprises a series of five minute presentations from road safety practitioners – returns for a second year, as does Question Time, a feature of National Conference for several years.
There are also a number of new initiatives – including an informal chat show style session on the closing afternoon, with:
- Edmund King OBE, president, AA
- Lembit Opik, director of communications and public affairs, Motorcycle Action Group (MAG)
- Sally Lines OBE, chief executive, Road Safety Trust
On the final afternoon, delegates will also have the option to attend one of a series of workshops which will run in tandem with the main conference programme.
In addition, 25 organisations have signed up to participate in the exhibition which runs alongside the conference.
Delegate registration – book now!
The full residential fee is £355 for Road Safety GB/Academy members, and £445 for other attendees – and includes all conference sessions, refreshments throughout the two days, overnight accommodation and the conference dinner. Day delegate places are available for both or either day, from £105 (all prices plus VAT).