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RoSPA appoints new road safety manager

3 October 2014

Nick Lloyd is a welcome addition to RoSPA’s influential road safety team and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the role.

He has more than 25 years of road safety experience under his belt, which he will use to promote the charity’s lifesaving work and help reduce casualties on England’s roads.

He has previously worked as a road safety practitioner for Stoke City Council and latterly as head of road safety at Staffordshire County Council, and will support RoSPA’s head of road safety, Kevin Clinton.

His main focus will be to develop, maintain and promote RoSPA’s road safety policies, expertise and services in order to deliver the charity’s mission.

He said, “I am delighted to be joining the UK’s leading safety charity. My road safety career spans 25 years and I am looking forward to using my knowledge and experience to help promote RoSPA’s lifesaving work, particularly around developing its road safety policies."

 

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