RoSPA has appointed Nick Lloyd as its new road safety manager for England. Nick Lloyd succeeds Duncan Vernon who left the post at the end of July to pursue a career in public health.
Nick Lloyd has more than 25 years’ road safety experience under his belt. His career includes spells with Stoke City Council, and as head of road safety at Staffordshire County Council. In 2012 he joined TTC Group to spearhead a new venture, Managed Road Safety Services which later became TTC Road Safety Services.
Nick’s main focus will be to “develop, maintain and promote RoSPA’s road safety policies, expertise and services in order to deliver the charity’s mission”. He will support Kevin Clinton, RoSPA’s head of road safety.
Nick Lloyd said: “I am delighted to be joining the UK’s leading safety charity. I am looking forward to using my knowledge and experience to help promote RoSPA’s lifesaving work, particularly around developing its road safety policies.
“I am passionate about road safety and am keen to get stuck in and make a difference on England’s roads. I am really looking forward to my new role and am excited about the challenges which lie ahead.”