In 2014 1,775 people died in traffic accidents in Great Britain, a 4% increase from 2013. Although Great Britain remains one of the best performing countries in the world when it comes to road safety, there are still improvements that can be made to reduce the number of deaths and injuries occurring on our roads. This course is split over two days, on the first day delegates will examine 'human factors' associated with road safety and will particularly focus on the implementation of the 'safe systems' approach to casualty reduction and its relevance in road safety audit and applied engineering practice, as one way of ensuring that safety is given sufficient consideration in the design process. Day 2 covers international road safety engineering and audit process, with a focus on the World Health Organisation (WHO) International Decade of Action and it compares and contrasts typical UK practices and conditions with those likely to be encountered internationally.
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When: 4th October 2016, 18:30 (for 19:00) – 20:45Where: Sussex Downs College, 1 Mountfield Road, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2XH - Directions Meeting Point: Cliffe Building - Room 313
Speaker: Stephen Rinsler FCILT FIOM, CEO, ELUPEG Ltd, Director, Bisham Consulting, Trustee and Honorary Secretary, CILT InternationalThe vote was momentous but its ramifications have so many levels:
• How do we unravel ourselves, and what do we unravel?• What should we be negotiating?• What effects might occur and can the Government offset them?• What does the change in trade flows mean for UK supply chains?• What about our suppliers: can they cope?
None of these questions the speaker suspects will be defined properly before we meet but we need to influence the agenda, to help shape the agenda and to understand the risks for our supply chains: freight and passenger.
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Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: Free
The purpose of this course is to deliver the knowledge and understanding of the key elements of warehouse management practice that are fundamental to commercial organisations.Course content: Picking methodology; Warehouse technology; Performance measurement; Health and safety and current legislation; Key performance indicators Learning outcomes: Course participants will learn the key management issues of getting the product to the customer on time, in full, to the right place, in the right condition, with the right paperwork and at the right cost. They will also learn how to adhere to the five basic tenets of warehouse management: accuracy, efficiency, safety, security and cleanliness. Benefits: Implementing efficient and effective management systems and harnessing new technology as appropriate can help warehouse operations contribute to the organisation’s overall increased profitability.Who this course is for:Junior and middle management requiring a greater insight into the role of the warehouse in today’s supply chain or senior managers seeking a more detailed understanding of warehousing.
Where: Corby, Northants
Dates: 6 - 7 July, 5 - 6 October 2016.
Cost: Member - £625 including toolkit
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When: 6th October 2016, 19:00 (for 19:30) - 21:30Where: Holiday Inn North, Hothfield, Ashford, Kent, TN26 1APSpeaker: Will Shiers, Editor, Commercial Motor - www.commercialmotor.comWill Shiers has been writing about the haulage industry for the past two decades. Roles include News Editor on Motor Transport, Editor in Chief of Truck & Driver, and he is currently the Editor of leading weekly magazine Commercial Motor. Will has held an HGV driving licence since the age of 21 and is the UK jury member for the International Truck of the Year. He will give a brief overview of Commercial Motor, and then talk about some of the major challenges the magazine faces. He will then touch on some of the big industry issues, but concentrate on cycle safety. Will is raising funds for a Transaid sponsored 300 mile South Africa cycle challenge and will speak regarding his training, and what lessons he’s learned in regard to cycling and cyclists. - If you would like to sponsor Will and follow their process take a look at his Just Giving page.It is proposed to arrange a raffle at the meeting as part of the fund raising exercise and attendees are welcome to provide prizes for the meeting. A light buffet will be provided.
Book online now or contact Membership Services, Tel: 01536 740104 or email: email@example.com quoting the event code: KTG0364.Cost: Member: Free; Non-Member: Free
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