2017 agenda & speakers

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The conference team is currently planning the agenda and hopes to be in a position to publish an outline agenda during May 2017. Details of speakers and presentations will be added to this page as they are confirmed.

The agenda will include sessions focusing on:

The big picture (opening conference session)
A series of presentations from national road safety stakeholder organisations, outlining their priorities, campaigns and initiatives for 2018 and beyond. This session will include presentations by Road Safety GB, Road Safety Scotland and DVSA and others.

Public health, sustainability, active travel & road safety casualty reduction
• Partnership working, overcoming barriers, making the initial approach etc
• Sharing intelligence, data, resources, budgets, funding etc
• Encouraging more people to cycle and walk (for health and environmental benefits) while recognising the increased road casualty risk (and addressing this)

Behavioural Change Techniques (BCTs)
What are BCTs?
• How can BCTs (practically) be deployed in road safety interventions?
• Case studies of interventions featuring BCTs (knowingly or unwittingly)
• Session to be organised & delivered by Ian Edwards & Alan Kennedy who will identify RSOs to also participate.

Driverless cars: a Utopian dream or road safety nightmare?

There will also be a ‘Topical Topics’ session, the ever-popular Question Time and a Fringe programme running in tandem with the main agenda.

‘Pick my brains’, which was successfully piloted at the 2016 conference, will be repeated this year.

The conference committee has issued a call for papers and is particularly interested to hear from road safety officers who would be interested in presenting practical examples of initiatives relating to the themes above. In the meantime for further information about the agenda please contact Nick Rawlings on 01379 650112.


Confirmed speakers (22.5.17)

Gareth Llewellyn - CEO - 1Gareth Llewellyn

Chief Executive Officer, DVSA

Presentation: DVSA’s strategy for the next 5 years (working title)
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Rachel-Aldred2Dr Rachel Aldred

Reader in Transport at the University of Westminster

Presentation: Why near misses matter: from research to policy and practice
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Woodcock2Dr James Woodcock

Senior Research Associate, Centre for Diet and Activity Research (CEDAR), University of Cambridge

Presentation: The Health Impacts of a Mode Shift to Walking and Cycling
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dan-campsallDan Campsell

Marketing & Communications Director, Road Safety Analysis

Presentation: Distraction in road-safety interventions: challenging social norms without using ‘fear appeal’
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Patrick-LingwoodPatrick Lingwood

Walking and cycling officer, Bedford Borough

Presentation: Turbo-roundabouts – promoting pedestrian and cyclist safety and comfort at busy urban roundabouts
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Glen Davies homeGlen Davies

Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS)

Presentation: RiSC – Reducing road risk in Supply Chains
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iain-Watson-300x244Iain Watson

Senior Road Safety Officer (Education), Suffolk County Council

Presentation: ‘Braking Point’ – focusing on the positives
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Fiona-fylanDr Fiona Fylan

Brainbox Research

Presentation: Using behaviour change techniques: guidance for the road safety community
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Robin-WytheRobin Wythe

Road Safety Officer, Telford & Wrekin Council

Presentation: Use of BCTs in a KS1 pedestrian intervention for Telford & Wrekin schools
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Félix Vandemeulebroek

Project Manager, Belgian Road Safety Institute (BRSI)

Presentation: European Road Safety Charter – our commitments saves lives
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Me photoAlan Hiscox

Director of Safety, British Horse Society (BHS)

Presentation: The Real Horse-Power
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Claire-PostinClaire Postin

Sustainable Transport Manager, Transport for West Midland

Presentation: Bostin Bikes and Bostin Commuter: enabling bike ownership and increasing cycling
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rebecca-needhamRebecca Needham

Research and Evaluation Officer, RoSPA

Presentation: Evaluation Webcasts (Working title)
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