20 June 2019
Driving whilst tired is high risk and fatigue is a factor in a large number of crashes. Fatigue, like other impairments such as alcohol and drugs, affects driving. However, whilst drug and alcohol impairment can be measured to identify risk, measuring fatigue is difficult.
Fatigue is particularly dangerous because it can affect anyone, regardless of how experienced a driver they are. At-work drivers can be particularly at risk, especially if they spend long hours driving, drive at night, or have irregular sleep schedules.
This seminar has been created to increase awareness of the effects of driving while tired, how techniques and technology can help reduce the risks associated with driving tired and how to more effectively manage risk within commercial transport and logistics fleets.
This is a free event.
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.
Please note this event was previously due to take place on 4 April in London and has been postponed to 20 June and will now be taking place in Birmingham.