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Stamp it Out summit road worker abuse summit at House of Lords - All spaces now claimed

Tickets for this year's for for this year's high-level Stamp it Out breakfast summit around tackling roadworker abuse and incursions into worksites, have now completely been claimed due to overwhelming demand.

Taking place on 27th June at the House of Lords, Westminster, and commencing at 8.30, the event will be invitation only and designed to empower business leaders to see the abuse of the workforce as an issue which should be a priority for their organisation.

Chaired by Phil Clifton, Managing Director of Balfour Beatty, the event has seen an unprecedented level of support with demand so high that organisers expect the event to become a sellout by the end of the week.

Featuring a series of high level presentations the event will:

  • Explain to business leaders the sheer scale of the levels abuse on sites utilising, for the first time hard and fast reported data.

  • Show how with the deployment of a range of simple initiatives and actions we are able to proactively demonstrate to the road using public that do not tolerate actions which pose a risk to those who work on the public highway.

  • Hear real life experiences from those who work on the public highways and understand the effects that this risk has upon their personal mental health.

  • Empower leaders to commit to supporting the Stamp it Out programme.

Speaking about the demand for tickets and the fact that all available spaces have been claimed , Project Director, Kevin Robinson said,

"We know how important the topic of roadworker abuse is following the work of Stamp it Out and how this subject has become a business critical issue for many employers and local authority clients.

"The event was by invitation only and those we asked to attend have confirmed their in intent to be at the event in their droves meaning that six months out there are now no further places available.

"This demonstrates that, despite we haven't even published the programme for the event, the topic is a high priority for our sector.

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