PACTS conference: Post Crash Response, 17th October 2019

PACTS conference: Post Crash Response, 17th October 2019

PACTS conference

Post Crash Response

Thursday 17th October 2019

Royal College of Anaesthetists, London

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The Safe System approach to road safety aims to minimise road deaths and life-changing injuries rather than to prevent all crashes. The effectiveness of post-crash response is therefore a crucial part of the system. This conference will feature practitioners, politicians and researchers involved in specifying and delivering these vital services. It will present innovative working methods and question established practices. It will challenge stakeholders to work more closely to optimise patient outcomes, learn from the events and to support victims’ families.

Conference themes

  • The political and policy framework
  • Understanding and challenging institutional constraints
  • Emergency services – current practice, evidence base and innovation
  • Multi-skilling of frontline staff
  • Speed of response v specialist care – finding the optimum
  • Learning from other European countries – ETSC’s REVIVE project
  • Forensic collision investigation – where next?
  • Co-ordinating responders, gathering evidence and minimising traffic delays on the SRN
  • Technology – e-call, telematics, EDR data and CAV implications 
  • Support for victims’ families and their contribution to road safety

Speakers

  • Baroness Vere of Norbiton, Minister for Roads, Department for Transport
  • Jim Fitzpatrick MP, former Road Safety Minister (conference chair, morning session)
  • Prof Tim Nutbeam, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, University Hospitals
  • Antonio Avenoso, Executive Director, ETSC
  • Sophie Ogunbiyi, Manager of External Affairs, Toyota
  • Alison Hernandez, Road Safety Lead, Association of Police and Crime Commissioners
  • Stephen Bird, Senior Advisor, Incident Management Requirements, Highways England
  • Dan Cody, Consultant Paramedic (Critical Care & Resuscitation), South East Coast Ambulance Trust
  • Detective Superintendent Andrew Cox, Metropolitan Police
  • Jeannot Mersch, President, European Federation of Road Traffic Victims
  • Tony Crook, National Fire Chiefs’ Council
  • Elizabeth Box, Head of Research, RAC Foundation
  • Mary Williams OBE, Chief Executive, Brake
  • Frances Senior, Forensic Collision Investigation Capability Manager, National Police Chiefs’ Council
  • Jonathan Stubbs, Chairman, Institute of Traffic Accident Investigators (conference chair, afternoon session)
  • DI Jenny DiFabio, National Lead for Roads Policing FLO’s
  • Nick Simmons, Chief Executive, RoadPeace
  • Chief Superintendent Colin Wingrove, Metropolitan Police
  • Donald Macdonald, Business Support and Communications Manager, International Vehicle Standards, Department for Transport
  • Phil Bailey, International Vehicle Standards, Department for Transport

Further speakers to be announced

Details

Date: 17th October 2019
Registration: 08.45
Conference starts: 09.30
Conference closes: 16.30
Location: Royal College of Anaesthetists, 35 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4SG

Delegate fees  

Standard rate: £269 + VAT = £322.80
Public Sector/Academic £195 + VAT = £234.00
PACTS Members £179 + VAT = £214.80
Additional delegate £134 + VAT = £160.80

Rates for overseas NGO delegates available on application

PACTS conference are recognised by CIHT for CPD purposes.

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