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Safe System Capacity Survey in UK

15 August 2022

In anticipation of the UK government publishing its Road Safety Strategic Framework, RoadSafe partner Agilysis has launched a new national survey to understand the existing capacity for implementing the Safe System in Britain.

How well equipped are local authorities, emergency services and partners to influence all aspects of the system, or are we facing gaps in knowledge, skills and resources?

By participating and answering these questions, you will be ensuring that local needs and priorities are sufficiently represented and well understood, aiding in the development of advocacy, training, and supporting actions to help you in your work. 

Supported by the nation’s leading road safety organisations including PACTS, CIHT, ADEPT, IHE, the Road Safety Foundation, Road Safety GB, IAM RoadSmart, RoadSafe and the RAC Foundation, the survey will take a snapshot of the current state of capacity for Safe System implementation across the country, creating a vital baseline so that gaps can be identified and comparisons made over time.

The survey will remain open throughout the summer, closing on the Friday 15th September. The aim is to publish the findings in a report in mid-October. We will follow this up with a new webinar series dedicated to understanding the Safe System and where we need to build capacity, based on what the survey reveals.

Anyone from a UK road safety local authority, police force, fire and rescue service or road safety partnership, will be able to participate.

To participate please click here.

 

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