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Panel of experts set for safety conference

THERE are just a few days left for fleets to buy tickets for a major conference offering expert advice on running a safer fleet, cutting costs and keeping the taxman at bay.

The Fleet News Double Jeopardy Conference, which focuses on corporate and financial risk, will be held on Tuesday (May 9), at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham.

A line-up of 11 expert speakers has been booked for the conference, to be chaired by Robert Gifford, executive director of the Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety, while delegates will also receive a free CD-ROM containing health and safety policy templates and fleet policy templates, provided by Acfo, the fleet operators’ association.

In addition, one lucky delegate at this year’s Spring Conference, Double Jeopardy 2, will walk away with two tickets to the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, courtesy of one of the event sponsors euroShell Card. Only fleet decision-makers who attend the conference can take part and they will be rewarded with an action-packed day. Before the prize draw, experts will have covered a full range of issues focused on corporate and financial risk.

Further details of the event, sponsored by SEAT and euroShell Card and sub-sponsored by Nobilas Claims and Fleet solutions, are available from Sandra Evitt on 01733 468307 or email sandra.evitt@emap.com.

  • Visit the event website at www.fnspringconference.com.
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