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Just 24 hours to register for our Stamp it Out Webinar - "Why Stamp it Out Now?"

As part of the ongoing Stamp it Out Campaign which has brought the highways sector together as one to publicly put an end to road worker abuse and incursions into work sites, Safer Highways are delighted to host the latest in our series of webinars around protecting out people entitled “Why Stamp it Out Now?” The aim of this online virtual summit is to give the broader industry, client and local and national government an insight into the scale of the problem and the cause of action the public highways sector has taken to eliminate the risk.



​Featuring a host of industry leaders from many major tier 1 and tier 2 contractors the online summit, will be held on tomorrow 10th February 2021 at 10am is part of the Stamp it Out Campaign which has brought the highways sector together as one to publicly put an end to road worker abuse and incursions into work sites.


Speakers include:

  • Chair: Karl Simons - Chief Health, Safety & Wellbeing Officer, Thames Water

  • Kari Spostanova - Health, Safety, Environment and Sustainability Director, Balfour Beatty

  • James Bird - Senior SHE Manager – HOF and BCC, Kier

  • Dave Campbell - Group HS&E Director, Eurovia UK Ltd

  • David Foster - SHEQ Director – Carnell Support Services Ltd

  • Rachel Heaps - Business Management Systems Manager, Tarmac

We also have a guest speaker from Transport Scotland, Jonny Moran, Operating Company Manager at Transport Scotland. The organisation has recently given its support to the campaign and Mr Moran joins an already excellent line-up of speakers.


The aim of this online virtual summit is to give the broader industry, clients, local and national government an insight into the scale of the problem and the course of action the public highways sector has taken to eliminate the risk.


Road worker abuse is a growing concern on both the local and strategic road networks in the UK as well as the wider highways and transport sectors, affecting the physical and mental health and wellbeing of workers on an alarmingly regular basis. Past incidents have been so severe, they have involved knives, shotguns and crossbows being pulled on workers as they go about their daily tasks.


Who should attend:

  • Anyone responsible for carrying out works in a safe manner across the highways network

  • Safety Directors and Heads of HSW

  • Operations Directors and Managers

  • Chief Executives

  • Early Careers

  • Contract Managers

  • Anyone with responsibility for managing the health & safety of their workforce

Read more about the speakers here


Register here

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