7 May 2020
2pm - 3pm NZST
Every road death and injury is a preventable tragedy, and the best way to prevent them is by designing roads, vehicles and policies in such a way that human error doesn’t lead to death or serious injury. This design philosophy, known as the ‘safe system’ approach to road safety, is available to us now and there are lots of ways that fleets can support and adopt safe systems.
In this webinar you will learn:
- the principles of the safe system approach
- how designing roads and vehicles for people can help to reduce deaths and injuries
- what policies and procedures you can implement to help ensure your drivers and vehicles stay safe on the road
- how you can help raise the profile of key road safety issues and a Vision Zero/safe system approach across the transport industry.
This year Road Safety Week NZ takes place in November. It has the theme Step Up for Safe Streets, which focuses on what we need to implement in order to make our streets safe for everyone, using the safe system approach. This webinar will provide information on how to join in with the week.
- Bridget Burdett, Principal Researcher, MRCagney
- Dale Harris, Principal Transport & Spatial Adviser, Abley
- Jack Gordon-Crosby, Managing Director, Optimal Fleet Solutions
- Fauzia Ali, EHS Lead, Johnson Controls
Who should attend?
Representatives of any organisation in the world that employs people who drive for work, including:
- fleet managers
- health and safety managers
- transport managers
- HR professionals
The webinar is also relevant for road safety NGOs, fleet suppliers, insurers, fleet risk management and driver training providers.
This webinar is kindly sponsored by Road Safety Week NZ sponsors: