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Dear ERSCharter member,
our webinar on work-related road safety will take place on
Friday, 24 November 2017, 15:00 – 16:00 CET
The registration is now open!
Please register on the following link: http://bit.ly/2yOf1PG
Jacqueline Lacroix (ETSC & DVR) – “Latest data on work-related road accidents”
Jacqueline Lacroix studied geography at the University of Cologne with special focus on transport and developing countries. Since 1991 she has been working for the German Road Safety Council DVR. There, she is responsible for European and International Relations and, since 2012, also for Traffic Medicine. Networking and lobbying are part of her work. She was involved in the founding of ETSC, the European Road Safety Council, and has participated in several European projects
Jacqueline will present us the latest work-related road safety data in Germany.
O'Donovan Waste Disposal has grown to be one of London’s most successful independent waste management companies, employing 160 staff, running an 90-strong fleet of HGVs, and achieving a turnover in excess of £19m. As MD, Jacqueline O’Donovan is one of the waste, logistics, and construction sectors’ most fervent pioneers of employee training and industry best practice. She is passionate about improving road safety, not only within her company, but also across the wider industry. O’Donovan was one of the first construction firms to become a CLOCS (Construction Logistics and Community Safety) champion and it has achieved the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) Gold accreditation for the sixth consecutive year.Jacqueline O’Donovan will discuss her company’s high standards when it comes to fleet and driver safety and why it is important to champion safety initiatives and to share best practice.
With a large fleet and thousands of workers driving on the roads CTT has implemented a new road safety programme which covers a number of subjects, including: safety in vehicles, recruitment of drivers, training, control of accidents, recognition of safer drivers and teams, and constant communication on road safety. Launched after taking into account that thereis a high number of road accidents among the company’s fleet operations, the goal of the new programme is to reduce by 20% accidents involving two-wheeled vehicles and by 10% accidents involving light-vehicles.
José Guilherme, fleet manager of CTT-Correios de Portugal, will share with us the new road safety programme that he has implemented.
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