From the 15th to the 16th of November, Bristol (UK) will hold The National Road Safety Conference focuses specifically on road safety and has its own exhibition and speakers.
*The National Road Safety Conference is staged annually in November and organised by Road Safety GB. The conference moves around the UK, with each Road Safety GB region taking its turn to host the event. In 2016 it is the turn of Road Safety GB South West Region, and the event will be held in Bristol.
*More than 300 people attended the 2015 National Conference (a record) and a similar number of attendees is expected in 2016.
*Each year an exhibition runs alongside the conference. The exhibition is very popular and for the past six years it has been fully subscribed.
*Themes under consideration include:
- Road user psychology
Why do people use the roads in the ways that they do?
How can we positively influence road user behaviour?
- Public health & road safety
How can road safety managers/practitioners most effectively engage with colleagues in public health?
Bringing together public health and road safety strategies.
Addressing the (potential) road casualty implications of encouraging more people to cycle and walk.
- Social media and engagement
- Fringe programme
In addition to the main conference programme there will be a ‘Fringe’ programme with presentations covering a wide range of road safety related topics.
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