The 2019 PACTS Westminster Lecture on Transport Safety, in partnership with IMEchE and supported by Michelin and Thatcham Research The lecture report is now available to download. An audio recording of the lecture is also available and presentation slides can be downloaded here. Lessons from the Ashes: Improving transportation safety through accident investigation PACTS has been highlighting the importance of in-depth accident investigation that focuses on learning and prevention, for all transport modes. […]
Driver and Pilot Alertness: Understanding Human Performance and the Contribution of Automation Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London 05 December 2019 Early Bird ends on 25 October 2019 Whilst increase automation is reducing reliance on humans this may, if not designed and managed appropriately, increase the risk of loss of attention. Driver/Pilot alertness is affected by many factors including the design of the task, work environment, rostering, fatigue, stimulation profile of the […]
Download Programme Speaker presentations The REVIVE project – learning from post-crash response practice across Europe Antonio Avenoso, Executive Director, European Transport Safety Council Post Crash Response Professor Tim Nutbeam, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Plymouth University Hospitals, presentation notes are here Let’s be clear – collaboration in incident management Stephen Bird, Senior Advisor, Incident Management Requirements, Highways England The Road Collision Investigation Project Elizabeth Box, Head of Research, RAC Foundation Road Accident In […]
Regulating drug driving to protect all road users Europe House, 32 Smith Square, London Tuesday 22 October 9:30 – 13:00 PACTS and the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) will hold a seminar on drug driving on 22 October in London. Participation is free, however places are limited. Full details and agenda available here.
Download programme Presentations from the day Morning keynote, Karl Turner MP, Shadow Minister for Road Safety Work-related road safety – current HSE initiatives, Alan Craddock, Head of Transport and Public Services Unit, Health & Safety Executive Work-related road safety – the DVSA’s approach, Mark Winn, Chief Driving Examiner, DVSA Government support for tackling WRRS and the Driving for Better Business programme, Pauline Reeves, Deputy Director, Road User Licensing, Insurance and […]