RoSPA Road Safety Conference 2017

The 2017 RoSPA Road Safety Conference returns on March 9.

March 9, 2017 - The Studio, Birmingham

The programme is currently under development and will be published later this year. To be among the first to receive further information, please register your interest now and we will send more information to you as soon as it's ready.

Call for papers

If you're interested in speaking at the 2017 conference, we would love to hear from you.

Please submit an abstract, detailing what your proposed talk will address, to or post to:

RoSPA Events Team,
RoSPA House,
28 Calthorpe Road,
B15 1RP

Abstracts should be no more than 500 words and include:

  • Presenter name, job title and organisation
  • Telephone number(s), email address and postal address
  • Background, aim, actions undertaken and conclusions or recommendations
  • Please also state where you would be travelling from and whether you would need expenses covering (travel and accommodation)

If you're not keen on presenting yourself but would like to suggest topics or speakers for the 2017 conference, please contact us on 0121 248 2120 or email


The programme is currently under development and will be published later this year! To be among the first to receive further information, please register your interest now and we will send more information to you as soon as it's ready.


The 2017 Road Safety conference is returning to central Birmingham!

It will be held at The Studio which is conveniently located for road, rail and air travel connections.


7 Cannon Street
B2 5EP

Telephone: 0121 634 2800

Getting to the event

Travel by train

There are three railway stations within walking distance of thestudio: Birmingham New Street, Snow Hill and Moor Street. New Street Station is just three minute walk from The Studio.

Please visit the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner to plan out your train travel.

Travel by road

From the North via M6
Leave the M6 at jct 6 (signposted Birmingham East and Central) then follow the A38(M) for approx 2 miles. Continue forward onto A38 but keep left (do not go over the first flyover) and turn off A38 (signposted Bull Ring Shopping). At the roundabout take the first exit past the fire station. Follow James Watt Queensway for a quarter of a mile and turn right (signposted High Street parking) Follow Dale End and Albert Street Car Park Entrance on the left hand side.

From London and the South East via M40
At Jct 3A of the M40 take the left hand lane and Join the M42(N) Exit the M42 at Jct 4. Take the second exit at the roundabout and follow A34 (Stratford Road) towards Birmingham for approx 9 miles. At the Camp Hill Circus roundabout take the second exit straight on and follow the B4100 past the Renault garage on the left up through Digbeth. The road bears left and right then passes St Martins Church - keep Bull Ring on your left and turn left onto Moat Lane. The road immediately bears to the right, stay in the left lane and take the second left onto Albert Street, High Street Car Park is immediately in front of you.


There are several car parks within walking distance of thestudio. We recommend either NCP High Street, or NCP Londonderry House both around five minutes walk away. The postcode for satnav is B4 7LN and B4 7LX. The Mailbox car park is also only a 10 minute walk.

To obtain discounted parking for the NCP car parks please ask for a voucher from our reception. Please note they can no longer offer discounted parking at the Mailbox.

Who Should Attend?

The conference will be of interest to all road safety practitioners, researchers, policy makers and stakeholders, including:

  • Road safety managers
  • Road safety partnerships
  • Road safety and accident prevention officers
  • Public health practitioners
  • Communications officers
  • Fire service
  • Police officers
  • Armed forces
  • Highway safety engineers
  • Teaching organisations
  • Driver trainers
  • Elected members (councillors)
  • Health promotion professionals
  • Special interest groups
  • Educational professionals
  • Voluntary organisations
  • Occupational health and safety advisers
  • Motoring organisations
  • Cycling organisations

Sponsor & Exhibit

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents has been at the heart of accident prevention in the UK and around the world for more than 90 years. We can help you:

  • Increase brand awareness
  • Generate high-quality sales leads
  • Meet new decision-making contacts
  • Network with leading industry professionals
  • Launch new products and services
  • Demonstrate your products and services face to face
  • Associate your organisation with cutting-edge event content
  • Work directly with RoSPA, an established and trusted health and safety brand
  • Demonstrate your high level of health and safety commitment to key decision makers
  • Contribute to RoSPA's charitable mission to 'save lives and reduce injuries'

If you're interested in showcasing your product or services at the event, please contact Letitia Hill at for further information.


Prices tbc.

Booking Information

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Events Team
+44 (0)121 248 2091
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