Full details are available on www.hitforsixconference.com.
There are just over two weeks to go until the first event, Hit for Six South, which takes place on September 19 in Oxford. The conference will be repeated on September 26 in Ilkley for fleets.
The conference covers the six most important issues facing fleets and will cover areas including corporate manslaughter legislation and green fleet management.
The briefing on corporate manslaughter will be part of an in-depth guide to legislaton provided by Philip Somarakis, senior solicitor with Blake Lapthorn Tarlo Lyons.
In addition, Saul Jeavons, of the Transafe Network, will be briefing fleets on key risk management techniques in the light of current legislation.
The future of fuel management will be the focus of Malcolm Noyle, director of Noyle Fleet Solutions, while Nigel Underdown, head of transport energy advice at the Energy Saving Trust will be providing best practice advice on green fleet management techniques.
A segment on fleet software, tracking and gadgets will include a session on in-office technology including software and internet-based services from Stephen de Launey, from Chevin Fleet Solutions, while Nasir Shah, international sales and marketing director at Jato will look at trends in vehicle technology.
A session on taxation will be provided by PricewaterhouseCoopers, while Deloitte will be providing funding advice. Experts from CAP will be looking at residual values and how to manage wholelife costs.
Tony Shaw, Fleet Procurement Manager, Royal Mail Group, and Robert Kingdom, of Masterlease, will be offering in-depth advice on the tendering process.
There will also be two sessions offering in-depth advice on where to find help, support and formal training, with speakers attending from fleet managers’ association ACFO and the Institute of Car Fleet Management.