CHELTENHAM 2023

DELIVERING the SAFE SYSTEM APPROACH
MONDAY 27th February 2023
Cheltenham

(Front of the Queens Hotel Cheltenham)

details updated on 1st December 2022click on image to open


GENERAL

[Have you read the general information page https://www.grahamfeest.com/gfc-events/delivering-the-safe-systems-approach/  Delivering the Safe Systems Approach]

PROGRAMME

The Programme, Presenters and Speakers is still under construction and will be updated regularly (Last update 1/12/2022)

COSTS

The event cost is £135.00 to include all refreshments and lunch.

Multiple booking from the same organisation made at the same time of two places or more – first place £135.00 all subsequent places at £120.00.

BOOK A PLACE
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The Graham Feest Consultancy  is an Approved Training Provider for Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation (CIHT)

COSTS

NO PRICE INCREASE FOR 2023
Delegate Rates same as 2022

The event cost is £135.00 to include all refreshments and lunch.

Multiple booking from the same organisation made at the same time of two places or more – first place £135.00 all subsequent places at £120.00.

EARLY BIRD RATE OFFER OF £95.00 VALID UNTIL
31st January 2023

Multiple early bird booking from the same organisation made at the same time of two places or more – first place £95.00 subsequent places £80.00

BACKGROUND

We now understand that The Safe System Approach itself is built upon two fundamental facts:

> People make mistakes when using the road whether they be drivers, riders or pedestrians;

 > If they are involved in a collision, they are vulnerable to being killed or seriously injured.

The Safe System places the human at its centre working towards a belief that every road death or serious injury is preventable by:

> Designing our road system so its features are forgiving in the event of a crash;

> Training road users to both use the roads in the proper manner or know how to avoid becoming entangled in an incident; 

> Designing vehicles which will both react in a positive way when colliding with another person or object along with developing technologies which respond much quicker than the human can when things start to go wrong.

 In order to achieve this, we need to be proactive as well as reactive adopting health & Safety principles to our activity

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This event of a conference style nature is for any person who is involved in the practice and promotion of road safety in terms of casualty reduction, reducing the risk to road users and making the environment smarter with active travel, reduction in CO2 emissions and innovation in mind.

Through a series of presentations, interactive sessions and discussions we will explore interventions designed to make our road network, road users and vehicles safer.

It will be of special interest to those in the areas of Education, Training, Enforcement, Engineering, Collision Investigation, Fleet, Logistics and Transport Management and Road Safety Audit etc as well as those who have managerial responsibility for a workforce who drive for their business and will appeal to those working in the private, commercial, statutory and voluntary sectors. It will also be valuable for thoughts that lead within the community and people who have a Health and Safety or Personnel/Human Resources responsibility. There is also a place for members of the public who have a genuine interest in the safety of our environment and the manner in which the roads are used

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