Bookings are now being taken for the second annual Road Safety GB conference, which is being held in Cambridge, 12-13 November.
The conference comprises three sessions: an update on national road safety issues, and two others focusing on ‘vulnerable road users’ and ‘influencing driver behaviour’.
Confirmed keynote speakers include: Dr Lisa Dorn, reader in driver behaviour and training at the University of Cranfield; Dr Fiona Fylan, a chartered health psychologist who specialises in understanding the decisions that people make; Chris Watts, author of ‘a safer way’, the DfT consultation on making our roads the safest in the world; and Rob Gifford, executive director of PACTS.
In addition, there will be a number of brief case studies presenting initiatives and campaigns developed by road safety teams across the UK.
The tabletop exhibition that runs alongside the conference is already sold out, and 150 road safety professionals are expected to attend the event.
The full delegate fee for the two-day conference is £235 plus VAT, which includes the conference itself, accommodation, the conference dinner and all other refreshment and subsistence. The non-residential delegate rate is £135 plus VAT.
Click here to visit the conference website where there is an outline itinerary and booking form.