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Overview

Measures to cut excessing speed and distracted driving are recognized as one of the most effective pathways to achieving immediate and lasting reductions in reductions in Road Traffic Injuries (RTIs). As part of “Global Voluntary Performance Targets for Road Safety” established in 2017, countries committed to “halving the proportion of vehicles travelling over the posted speed limit and achieving a reduction in speed-related injuries and fatalities”.

The management of drivers’ speed involves a wide range of measures from setting and enforcing speed limits to targeted public education and awareness campaigns. The body of empirical evidence across numerous countries shows substantial reductions in deaths and serious injuries when all of these measures are designed to work together. Without a strong, sustained public commitment to robust enforcement of speeds on the network by government, other safety measures are unlikely to be as effective.

This workshop, open to all participants of the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety, is designed to strengthen the ability of road safety professionals in fast-motorizing countries to design effective speed & distracted driver enforcement programs. Presentations will be completed with demonstrations of enforcement practices and technologies.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the value of speed & distracted driver enforcement as a key pillar of road safety strategies
  • Assess the role of data in driving successful enforcement programs
  • Review the benefits and pre-requisites for Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE)
  • Understand the importance of supporting measures to improve ASE acceptability
  • Review existing technologies and successful case studies

From the Chairman

As the road industry’s most trusted brand in continuing education, the IRF provides road professionals with educational opportunities that are recognized worldwide by engineering and transportation societies. IRF’s Global Training Curriculum provides technical expertise in classroom and practical settings where attendees can learn from and have direct access to seasoned professionals. Each course is designed to assist attendees in learning to correctly apply the knowledge gained and provides the most relevant, up-to date information on best practices and technological solutions.

IRF Workshops are specifically developed to meet the needs of road executives. Whether you are a representative of a highway agency, a member of a financing institution, consultant or contractor, IRF Workshops will give you the necessary tools to deliver improvements to your organization.

As the IRF Chairman, I encourage you to make the most of these opportunities and help fulfill IRF’s vision of better roads for a better world.

H.E. Eng. Abdullah A. Al-Mogbel
IRF Chairman

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Grand Hotel, Stockholm, Sweden

Address: Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8 Box 164 24
103 27 Stockholm Sweden
Phone: +46 (0)8 - 679 35 00

Executive Vice President, IRF
Michael G. Dreznes

Michael G. Dreznes assumed his current position of Executive Vice-President of the International Road Federation (IRF) in February of 2012. Dreznes has spent the last thirty years working to make the roads safer around the world. He is recognized as one of the world’s leading specialists on roadside safety promoting the concept of “Forgiving Roads,” and has conducted multiple road safety training seminars on roadside safety, work zone safety, vulnerable user safety and road safety audit in more than sixty countries around the world. Dreznes is the Co-Chairman of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) AFB20 (2) Roadside Safety SubCommittee on International Research Activities, Co-Chairman of the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC) Decade of Action Pillar 2: Safer Roads and Mobility Project Group, and a member of the PIARC Road Safety Technical Committee 3.2 Design and Operation of Safer Road Infrastructure. In January 2015, Dreznes was named the winner of the TRB AFB20 Roadside Safety Design Kenneth Stonex Lifetime Achievement Award.

Director of the Office of Safety Advocacy

National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)

Nicholas Worrell

Mr. Worrell's primary areas of focus are issues related to youth highway safety and distracted driving. Mr. Worrell has over 16 years of government service, having served in the U.S. Marine Corps and for the NTSB in multiple capacities. Mr. Worrell has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from The Masters College and a Master of Arts degree in Public Policy/Public Administration from Howard University.

PR & Advocacy Specialist
Road Safety Support

Emma Kelly

I am responsible for liaising with Road Safety Partnerships and Police Forces across the UK and internationally. I have developed and prepared a number of communications’ strategies, enforcement strategy papers, research projects, marketing campaigns, presentations and media advice for road safety partnerships and organisations, for example, GoSafe Wales.

Technical Manager & Head of Calibration

Road Safety Support

Steve Callaghan

Project Management of the Police Type Approval testing of road traffic police enforcement equipment. This involves liaising between applicant companies, the Home Office, the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory and the Police to facilitate the police testing of speedmeter equipment. Writing and verification of the test schedules to meet Home Office specifications. Supervision of the police staff in operation of test equipment and equipment under test, drafting and scrutiny of test reports.

Director Government Affair, Chair, IRF Committee on Enforcement

Sensys Gatso Group

Philip J. Wijers

Philip J. Wijers joined the company in 2010 as Director of Government Affairs, where he, in close cooperation with governments and road safety NGOs, actively advocates the implementation of various SGG systems, both a PPP managed service and hardware sales model, to further promote road safety, a greener, more liveable urban environment and a controlled and optimized traffic flow.

National Coordinator, Swedish Traffic Safety Camera System

Swedish Transport Administration
Eva Lundberg

Eva Lundberg has worked at the Swedish Transport Administration for more than 30 years in different areas such as road planning, ITS, and for the last 15 years with Traffic Safety. As national coordinator for the Swedish Traffic Safety Camera System she is responsible for criteria to install new cameras as well as communication and impacts on traffic safety. Mrs Lundberg has a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Lund University, Sweden.

Chief Commercial Officer, Sensys Gatso Group
Joris Lampe

Joris Lampe holds a Master of Science degree from the University of Twente and has worked with several technology firms in commercial positions. He has joined Sensys Gatso in 2017 and has since then worked with multiple Ministries and Police Forces around the globe to see how Sensys Gatso's technologies can support the Traffic Safety policies as required in the different markets.

Details

Date:
February 18
Venue:
Grand Hotel Stockholm
Address:
Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8 Box 164 24 103 27
Stockholm, Sweden

Event Type:
Cost:
Complimentary
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Organizer:
Brendan Halleman
Phone:
+1 703 535 1001
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