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RoSPA Road Safety Conference 2015

14 January 2015

Using pedestrian safety as a reference point, RoSPA’s 2015 Road Safety Conference will explore a range of tools and topics linked to publicity, engineering and training. It will be aimed at helping road safety practitioners make the most of their budgets, influence behaviour, and effectively evaluate their interventions.

Programme highlights include:

  • Pedestrian campaigns: What is their place in national road safety publicity?
  • Evaluation techniques: Learn how to evaluate the success of road safety campaign
  • Behavioural safety: Using this Dual Process Model to influence pedestrian behaviours
  • Pedestrian Training Schemes: Do they work and should you invest in them?
  • Engineering: Designing pedestrian friendly environments

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