Fleet Forum is pleased to announce the 3rd East Africa Driver Recognition Programme. Registration is open to all humanitarian organisations in East Africa, and we invite you to register before 15th March 2018. Qualifying rounds will begin in April. The final event, the Driving Champions Final, will take place in September 2018 in Kenya.
The Driver Recognition Programme recognises the driver who is an inspiring example for others in terms of road safety and health, cost efficiency and friendliness. It also acknowledges the corresponding organisation who understands the critical role the drivers play in delivery of aid and development and takes the time to show their appreciation of their drivers.
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University of Birmingham, Birmingham
The University of Birmingham, in association with the International Road Federation Geneva is pleased to offer a new hands-on course in the area of rural roads.
The course is 5-day, intensive and practical residential programme delivered by experts of international repute. It is aimed at road sector professionals, road engineers, field engineers, planners, road maintenance managers who want to be exposed to cutting-edge established methodologies in rural transport for development.
By the end of the course, the participants are expected to have acquired an understanding of the following key items:
- The contribution of rural roads to growth and poverty reduction
- Methods of pro-poor transport appraisal
- Rural Road design and construction methodologies
- Appropriate field and laboratory tests for road design and maintenance
- Labour-based & intermediate design and construction technologies
The RAC Club, Pall Mall, London
It is being jointly organised by Road Safety GB in partnership with New View Consultants and the RAC Foundation – and in association with the headline sponsor Satsafe.
The conference is aimed at road safety and public health practitioners, police and fire and rescue officers and highways engineers, the conference will set out to achieve the following goals:
- To identify key safety issues relating to older road users
- To showcase current interventions and initiatives being implemented by road safety practitioners
- To identify gaps in current provision
- To outline challenges and actions for road safety professionals, government and other stakeholders
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To register please click here.
Omni Frisco Hotel, Frisco, Texas.
NETS annual STRENGTH IN NUMBERS® Benchmark Conference convenes each year to share road safety case studies, new research, emerging issues as well as review of the NETS annual STRENGTH IN NUMBERS® Fleet Safety Benchmark Report. Participants will also have exclusive access to industry-leading Road Safety Sponsors.
New to the conference this year will be a dedicated international track and networking session addressing multi-national road safety issues and challenges.
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The Grand in Brighton
The National Road Safety Conference is organised by Road Safety GB and is being promoted to more than 200 local authority road safety teams, police forces, fire & rescue services and government departments and other road safety stakeholder organisations across the UK and beyond.
The National Road Safety Conference will be held at The Grand in Brighton on the 27th -28th November 2018.
A small exhibition will run alongside the 2018 National Conference.
To register interest in exhibiting please contact Sally Bartrum on 01379 650112.
We are pleased to announce that the Sixth Global Meeting of Nongovernmental Organizations Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims (Global Meeting) will be held 8th – 13th April 2019 in Chania, Greece.
The Global Meeting is held biannually and is the biggest gathering of members in the Alliance’s calendar.
There is an exciting agenda lined up.
More details, a call for topics of interest, and how to register will be coming soon. You can follow progress here.