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"Driving Change" a TRL seminar for managers with responsibility for driving policy

19 January 2010

Tuesday 9 March 2010 Crowthorne House, Berkshire

Driving for work remains a disproportionately risky activity for employees and a difficult issue to manage for employers.

TRL’s ‘Driving Change’ seminar will provide managers who have responsibility for their company’s driving policy, with an insight into the root cause of work related driving risk, the strategies behind managing this risk and the tools to deliver change.

Presenting a unique panel of experts- all associated with Driving for Better Business with an understanding and in-depth knowledge of employee road risks, the means to manage these risks, and the promotion and delivery of an enhanced safety culture, this seminar introduces:

  • The development of management systems, policies and procedures and interventions to influence safety culture Jenny STANNARD, Risk Management Consultant
  • The identification and correction of site safety issues Tim STERLING, Principal Highway Safety Consultant
  • Driver distraction - identifying sources and reducing effects Dr Nick REED, Senior Research Fellow
  • Driver profiling to minimise costs and optimise interventions Britta LANG, Risk Management Consultant

Plus:

The cost for this one day seminar is just £125 plus VAT and includes lunch and refreshments.

For more information click here or contact: Sarah Bailey, Communications & Campaign Manager, TRL. Tel: 01344 770141 Email: sbailey@trl.co.uk

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