Managing occupational road risk in the public sector will be the focus of our recently announced summit in the South West.

The event will be held in Exeter on the 25th September and hosted by Alison Hernandez. Alison is the Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon, Cornwall & the Isles of Scilly, and is also Road Safety Lead for the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners.

Driving for Better Business will be delivering this event in collaboration with our partners at:

  • Association of Police and Crime Commissioners
  • Department for Transport
  • Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency
  • Health and Safety Executive
  • National Fire Chiefs Council
  • National Police Chiefs Council

This event has been specifically designed for senior staff responsible for Fleet, Compliance, HR, Health & Safety and Procurement in public sector organisations throughout the South West region, and will look in detail at how the standard of management for occupational road risk can be either a threat or a benefit to your organisation.

It will examine minimum compliance requirements, legal obligations, what good practice in the public sector looks like and how good management can bring significant financial benefits helping to alleviate budgetary pressures.

Occupational Road Risk in the Public Sector: South West Summit