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Stamp it Out | First images released of filming for conflict management training

First images released from conflict management training film shoot.

Filmed on the Tilbury Douglas site with the kind permission of Hertfordshire County Council, the first images have been released ofr the upcoming conflict management training for the Safer Highways led Stamp it Out programme.

Filmed on the A602, the videos and images will form an integral part of the groundbreaking train the trainer programme which Stamp it Out hopes will make conflict management training a free to access resource available to the whole supply chain.

The aim of the training is to deliver tangible conflict de-escalation training for the whole supply chain.

In order to do so Safer Highways, through the Stamp it Out programme, have engaged with training provider MAYBO to develop and provide the capacity to deliver a course which is not only fit for purpose but also has a real and tangible benefit for the sector.

Speaking about the filming of the videos,, Safer Highways CEO Kevin Robinson said,

"The conflict management training is an integral part of our Stamp it Out programme, which Safer Highways are proud to be driving alongside our members, Balfour Beatty, Galliford Try, Bam and Morgan Sindall.

"The training is one of the key components of our industry-wide approach which includes a free to access reporting app which is currently on trial on the A63 in Hull, in partnership wit Balfour Beatty and National Highways.

"Only by taking a sector wide approach to combatting abuse can we truly tackle something which is one of the blights upon our industry."

Stamp it Out is supported by the Office of Rail and Road, the Department for Transport, and other stakeholders such as National Highways and over the course of the next two years Safer Highways aspiration is that it drives really change and reduces abuse of those we put to work.

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