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Minister to open fleet safety conference

The Fleet Safety Forum’s national conference at Birmingham’s National Motorcycle Museum in February will be opened by Jim Fitzpatrick, Minister for Road Safety.

The event, which is sponsored by Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance, will showcase policies and procedures to tackle work-related road crashes.

Speakers from a range of organisations will outline their road risk management programmes, successes and plans.

Roz Cumming, senior development manager for the Fleet Safety Forum at Brake, said: “Delegates will hear about a wide range of best practice programmes, which have succeeded in preventing deaths and injuries, and saving money.”

Fleet practitioners have been selected to speak at the conference following recognition of their achievements at the Fleet Safety Forum Awards for Excellence.
 

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