A free workshop taking place in London next month will cover the basics of road safety evaluation and a newly available data set which can be used as part of the evaluation process.
Organised by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) and Public Health England (PHE), the one-day workshop will take place at the TfL offices in Southwark on 25 October, and will comprise two sessions.
The opening session will be presented by Nick Lloyd and Becky Needham, RoSPA’s road safety manager and research and evaluation officer respectively.
This session will include an overview of the evaluation process, the basic steps to evaluating a road safety intervention and the support that RoSPA can offer via the Road Safety Evaluation website and the e-valu-it toolkit.
The second session will be hosted by Susan Koffler-Sluijter, PHE’s regional lead for South East England. This session will explore the newly available PHE ‘fingertips data’ which can be used in conjunction with STATS 19 data as part of the evaluation process, or to benchmark in comparison to other local authorities.
To find out more or register interest in attending the workshop, email Becky Needham confirming your name, organisation, job title and contact details.
Places on the free workshop are limited and will be allocated by date of registration of interest.