PTW Riders: improving safety and reducing collisions and casualties

The agenda for this conference, to be held in London on 19 March 2020, is currently under development.

For those wishing to make travel arrangements, the conference will commence at 09.30 (delegate registration from 08.45) and conclude no later than 16.00.

All the key stakeholder organisations in the PTW sector have been invited to outline what they are currently doing to help reduce collisions and casualties among riders - and what they think road safety practitioners should be doing to achieve the same aim.

Details of speakers and presentations will be added here as they are confirmed.

For more information, or to express interest in speaking at the conference, please contact Nick Rawlings on 01379 650112.

Confirmed speakers & presentations

As of November 2019

Chief Constable Nick Adderley

Northamptonshire Police & National Police Chiefs' Council

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Colin Brown

Director of Campaigns and Political Engagement, MAG

Presentation: How do we deliver Safety in Numbers?
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Karen Cole

Director of Safety and Training, MCIA

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PC Paul Ennis

West Midlands Police Road Harm Prevention Team, Central Motorway Police Group

Presentation: 'Sorry mate, I didn’t hear you'
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Debbie Huckle

Vice Chair, 2Wheels London & Road Safety Officer, London Borough of Brent

Presentation: #ridebetter with 'Angry Al'
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Professor Alex Stedmon

Science Witness Limited

Presentation: Priming behaviour change in motorcyclists - a cognitive tool for maximising enjoyment and expertise
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Lorraine Willis & Tanya Fosdick

Highways England & Agilysis

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Nick Lloyd

Head of Road Safety, RoSPA

Presentation: No corners cut on the A537 Cat and Fiddle

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Neil Greig

Policy & Research Director, IAM RoadSmart

Presentation: The $64,000 question: Are advanced riders safer than everyone else?

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Andy Stroulger

Road Traffic Casualty Reduction Manager, Essex County Fire & Rescue Service

Presentation: ‘Street Spirit’ Campaign - Engaging with Young Riders

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