"Effective management of work-related road safety can
be a real challenge. A work place isn’t just a building,
or a construction site, it extends to your vehicles too. Businesses therefore must have an effective
policy covering all their work-related driving activities. This not only ensures staff are aware of their and your responsibilities; it is an essential requirement under
Health and Safety legislation".
- TTC, DriverProject
Welcome to Virtual SHL!ve - Jim O’Sullivan, Chief Executive, Highways England
Challenging times mean challenging established thinking around HSW - Chair James Haluch with an emai Q&A at the end
Ruth Denver, Group Risk Director, ITV - How we cope when our working practices are disrupted
Louise Cheeseman, Managing Director, Hull Trains - Bringing back the normality to travel safely
Glyn Barton, Director of Overground Operations, TfL - dealing with the health and safety of people on multi modal transport
Catherine Baker, CIRAS
The Highways England Passport Scheme - An Industry Update - Mike Wilson, Chief Highways Officer, HE with a live Q&A at the end.
Abuse, Incursions and Service Strikes, Not Just a High Speed Problem - Chair James Haluch, MD Amey with a live Q&A with speakers at the end.
Lesley Waud, Atkins - Effective tools for managing service strikes
Kari Sprostranova, Balfour Beatty - Tackling the issue of abuse of our road workers
David Foster, Carnell - Incursions, how do we effectively deter motorists
Paul Gott, Managing Director, Morgan Sindall - Managing the challenges on a major project
TBC - Chair, Joe Docherty, SHEQ Director, Transportation, Amey