London, United Kingdom, November 03, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- With the Government focusing on safety education in order to reduce costs; key priorities include drink and drug driving, speed limits, cyclist safety, road safety education for children, motorcycle safety and driver and rider training.
This conference programme tackles key issues associated with improving the skills and attitudes of road users to prevent deaths and serious injuries, including:
Multi-agency working to deliver road safety education, engineering and enforcement in an environment of restricted budgets
The key role public health can play in cutting costs and reducing casualties
Working with neighbouring local authorities to use innovative ways of engaging and influencing young people
Improving standards of cycle safety on roads and introducing safer and more innovative designs for junctions, roundabouts and traffic signals
Facilitating road safety education programmes in schools
The conference provides a forum for road safety professionals to come together to share best practice, exchange ideas and benchmark working to make roads safer and improve public education and training.
For further info visit http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferences/local-government-communities/full-conference/article/road-safety-education-engineering-and-enforcement-to-reduce-casualties-conference.html?code=SMMK