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Managing for Ambitious Road Safety Results - PACTS

22 September 2012

In the 23rd PACTS Westminster Lecture and 2nd UN Decade of Action Lecture on Transport Safety on 28 Nov, Jeanne Breen will give an international perspective on what works in road safety.

It is well known that without effective action, road traffic injury will be a cause of serious health loss for men by 2030 and the leading cause of child death and injury by 2015. Jeanne, with her extensive knowledge of international best practice, will look at how to manage road safety outcomes and at how to improve road safety outcomes in Great Britain using international best practice.

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