16 October 2019
Sponsored by Trakm8.
No matter the size of your organisation, if you have staff who drive (their own, company-owned or leased vehicles) during work time, managing the risks associated with this is a fundamental part of your legal and moral duty of care. A good road safety programme can also deliver significant business benefits: helping to reduce insurance premiums, improve reputation and morale, and avoid the potentially catastrophic effects of a serious crash. It is essential that organisations have a strong safety culture, supported and promoted from the top down, with relevant policies and protocols in place.
This essential seminar will share best practice in introducing, maintaining and developing a comprehensive, risk-led, work-related road safety programme.
Speakers will provide insight into:
- why organisations need to develop a comprehensive work-related road safety programme, and how to develop their programme;
- employer responsibilities, including driving licence and insurance checks; and
- how to use data to evaluate road risk and inform an at-work road safety programme.
Registration is 10am – 10:30am. The seminar will start promptly at 10:30am with an approximate finish of 2:20pm. Delegates will hear from a range of industry experts.
10am – 10:30am Registration
10:30am – 10:40am Welcome from Brake
10:40am – 10:50am Introduction by Trakm8
10:50am – 11:15am Introducing a road safety culture, Andy Price, Fleet Safety Management
11:15am – 11:40am Embedding a road safety culture, Mark Bromhall, Royal Mail
11:40am – 11:50am Morning break with tea & coffee
11:50am – 12:15pm Case study : Fleet manager responsibilities
12:15pm – 12:40pm Case study : Safer drivers, Steven Hayles, Gateshead Council
12:40pm – 13:20pm Lunch & networking
13:20pm – 13:45pm Identifying and addressing risk, Dave Conway, FM Conway
13:45pm – 14:10pm Monitoring driver behaviour, Trakm8
14:10pm – 14:20pm Closing Remarks
The Priory Rooms,
Quaker Meeting House
40 Bull Street,
Birmingham, B4 6AF
The venue is located within walking distance of all three of Birmingham’s city centre railway stations and is approximately a 10 minute walk from Birmingham New Street, 7 minute walk from Birmingham Moorstreet and 2 minute walk from Snow Hill.
For further information please visit The Priory Rooms website here.
This is a free event.
This event is currently sold out. If you would like to be added to our waiting list please email your full name, organisation & contact number to [email protected]