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Brake names the date for Fleet Safety Conference 2018

Brake will hold its annual Fleet Safety Conference at the Birmingham Conference and Events Centre on May 25.

This year’s conference theme is ‘Facing the future: are you ready?’ Delegates will have the opportunity to choose from a range of afternoon sessions.

Topics covered include:

  • Routing and journey planning
  • Electric vehicles
  • Managing young drivers
  • Trucks: New vehicle standards
  • Vans: The future of delivery
  • Recruitment and driver training

Brake’s business development director Ross Moorlock said: “Brake’s Fleet Safety Conference is the perfect opportunity to hear from leading fleet safety academics and fleet operators, on how to successfully manage work related road risk.

“The introduction of the breakout sessions into this year’s conference gives delegates additional flexibility enabling them to shape the conference around their own interests and needs.

“The conference also provides an excellent networking opportunity for delegates and exhibitors, and I would urge anyone responsible for at-work drivers to attend.”

A fill list of speakers is yet to be announced, but an agenda of Brake’s Fleet Safety Conference 2018 is available online. There will also be an exhibition alongside the programme – with 15 exhibitors working in a wide range of service areas available to meet throughout the day.

Attendance costs just £60 +VAT and places can be booked online or by emailing professional@brake.org.uk.


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