RoSPA Fleet & Road Safety Event 2020
Thursday, February 27, 2020 - Stamford Court, Leicester Conferences
The RoSPA Fleet & Road Safety Event will return in 2020, taking place at the Leicester Conferences in Leicester on Thursday, February 27. Make sure you save the date in your diary!
The event is focussing on how behavioural change, supported by enforcement and targeted educational interventions can reduce road casualties. This years event has key note speakers in the morning and then splits to include 3 presentations aimed at businesses and what they can do to reduce the risks associated with business related travel.
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Registration, refreshments and exhibition
Welcome and introduction from the chair
Errol Taylor, Chief Executive, RoSPA
Anything is possible
Charlie Fogarty MBE
In March 2012, Charlie Fogarty’s life changed when he sustained a serious head injury after being hit by a car aged just 15. Determined never to give up, Charlie has switched his focus to inspiring others through public speaking where he captivates audiences with the powerful story of how he rebuilt his life.
Road safety for the future
Pauline Reeves, Deputy Director, Road User Licensing, Insurance and Safety (RULIS), Department for Transport
- Setting out government ambition for the future road safety programme in DfT and in partnership with others
- How road safety is embracing future technology
From horseless carriages to driverless cars: human-centred design for future vehicles
Professor Gary Burnett, Chair of Transport Human Factors, University of Nottingham
- The University of Nottingham have conducted research investigating human-centred design for future vehicles
- The talk will have an emphasis on issues related to the design and evaluation of the Human-Machine Interface (HMI)
- This includes the use of natural language interfaces, augmented reality and gesture-based interaction
DVSA Earned Recognition scheme
- Enforcement: A change in focus
- Overview of Earned Recognition
- Detail – Preparation, Application, Audit & Monitoring
- Where you can find out more
Refreshments, exhibition and networking
Who is driving you?
Ian Edwards, Director - Research and Education, NVC Limited
- How does impulsive decision-making impact fleet drivers?
- How could this be addressed by organisations?
Reducing risk-taking in young drivers: behaviour change, enforcement and technology
Professor Richard Rowe, Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield
- Structuring behaviour change interventions
- Evaluating intervention efficacy
- The role of enforcement and technology in supporting behaviour change
JSNA - have they had a positive impact on road safety delivery programmes?
Nick Lloyd, Head of Road Safety, RoSPA
- In March 2014 RoSPA surveyed local authorities to ascertain the number of JSNA which included road safety
- What’s happened in the last 5 years in terms of structural integration and in joint policies and programmes
Lunch, exhibition and networking
Event splits into two seperate tracks:
13:50 - Targeting behaviour change in older drivers through communications campaigns
Adam Grinsell, Communications Manager, RoSPA
- Casualties among the over-65s are reducing at a slower rate than other road users in Scotland
- RoSPA has developed a strategic communications campaign to address this problem
- Communications and PR can and should play a major part in tackling road safety issues
14:10 - Attention, mobile phones and road safety
Dr Melina Kunar, Associate Professor, The University of Warwick
- Mobile phone conversations compete for attentional resources needed for driving
- Talking on a mobile phone - even if using a hands-free device – slows people down dramatically when making a response
- This has implications for driving when needing to respond quickly to changing road conditions
14:30 - Roads policing and its contribution to road safety
David G Davies, Executive Director, PACTS
- How enforcement influences behaviour
- Research evidence of the impact of enforcement on compliance and safety
- Recent trends in enforcement and safety
- Likely developments and recommendations
13:50 - RoSPA Awards: recognising and rewarding excellence
- The Awards provide an effective framework to help take stock of your fleet and occupational safety performance
- Learn about the importance of the reflective process used by entrants to the scheme
- Consider past performance, celebrate and reward success, and set goals for continual improvement in the future
14:10 - Sharing our road space – case study
Paul Clarke, Logistics Fleet Engineering Manager, Cemex
- Managing work related road risk
- Sharing our road space
- Future technologies
14:30 - City's roadmap to fleet safety
Liam Gallagher, Group Fleet Safety Coordinator, City Facilities Management Holdings (UK) Ltd
- The approach that City took to managing road risk
- The development of a 3 year strategy
- The City Fleet Safety Programme and how this is managed and implemented
- The success that City have achieved and future steps
Support for your OSH and fleet challenges
Penny Brooks, Technical Project Manager, RoSPA
Importance of road policing
Supt. Twyford, Head of Central Motorway Police Group and West Midlands Police Roads Policing
Q&A with the speakers
The RoSPA Fleet & Road Safety Event will be taking place at Stamford Court, Leicester Conferences.
Getting to the event
Travel by road
Stamford Court is conveniently located within easy reach of the M1 and M69 motorways. For Sat Navs please use LE2 2LH. Car parking is complimentary to delegates attending the conference.
Travel by train
Leicester has a main line connection to London, the north and the Midlands via East Midlands Trains with regular connections to London St Pancras, Sheffield, Leeds, Birmingham and Lincoln.
Travel by air
East Midlands Airport is also located less than 30 minutes away and Birmingham International Airport only 45 minutes.
Travel by public transport
There are many public transport routes located from the City, Bus and Train stations.
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Who Should Attend?
The event 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
Lots of interesting subjects throughout the day, from Twenty's Plenty to developments in child passenger safety, managing road risk and driving distractions. Wearing virtual reality goggles really draws you into the moment to highlight the potential consequences of driver distractions. It was rather a strange phenomenon sitting in the front passenger seat looking down at my 'injuries' and being tended to by a paramedic, the weirdest of all was watching the vehicle roof being cut away... Really good event by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA)
Sharon Pritchard, North Wales Police
Early day delegate fee:
- Member: £125 + VAT
- Non-Member: £145 + VAT
Early rate finishes January 31, 2020
Standard day delegate fee:
- Member: £155 + VAT
- Non-Member: £180 + VAT