The 2018 Fringe programme

The 2018 fringe programme will comprise two or three sessions running in tandem with the main programme. One of these sessions will focus on ‘road safety interventions that didn’t work’, in which presenters will share the results of schemes that could be described as ‘less than successful’.

27 November 2018 - Session 1 - 15.30 - 16.45

F1 Workshop: Things that didn’t work!

Facilitated by: Tanya Fosdick, Agilysis


28 November 2018 - Session 2 - 10.00 - 11.15


Julie Dagnall & Claire Waterhouse

Directors, Child Seat Safety

Presentation: Car Seat Smarter - Online Course


Jon-SumroyJon Sumroy

Founder and CEO, mifold

Presentation: The Future of Child Passenger Safety in a ‘Ride-on-Demand’ World


Katy-HarrisonKaty Harrison MCIT

Technical Advisor, Safer Roads People Team (Safety, Engineering and Standards) Highways England

Presentation: Suicide on UK Roads


Nigel-CorbettNigel Corbett

Corporate Social Responsibility Director, Essilor Ltd

Presentation: Driving Blind: making a step-change in driving vision road safety


28 November 2019 - Session 3 - 13.45 - 15.30

Dr. Sam Chapman

Co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer, The Floow Limited

Presentation: How telematics can better support road safety
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foto-eddy-largeEddy Klynen

VSV (Flemish Foundation for Traffic Knowledge), Belgium

Presentation: Education of future car drivers in Flanders


Sarah Di Salvo

Quality Manager, National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme (NDORS)

Presentation:  The New Courses for Driving Offenders


James-Nunn-Matt-StatonJames Nunn & Matt Staton

James Nunn, PhD student, Loughborough Design School and Matt Staton, Road Safety Education Team Leader at Cambridgeshire County Council

Presentation: Targeting Road Injury Prevention (TRIP) – identifying the population involved in severe injury collisions


bowenl7Louise Bowen

PhD Researcher, Cardiff University

Presentation: Drive better, feel better: predicting well-being and driving behaviour in undergraduate psychology students


Mark-Sullman-smallProfessor Mark Sullman

University of Nicosia, Cyprus

Presentation: Reducing risky driving behaviours among sales representatives