Road Safety Strategic Planning - Port Macquarie 20 April
A Guide to developing Council Road Safety Strategic Plans has been designed to assist Local Councils to develop road safety strategic plans and integrate them into the Local Government integrated Planning and Reporting Framework. A hard copy of the guide will be provided to all participants.
Note: If you are an employee of a Local Council, your nomination will need to be approved by Council as this course is funded by Transport for NSW. Please contact Elsie Pathmanathan on 02 8267 3008 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a nomination form
The aim of the workshop is for participants to prepare a work plan/strategy for the development of a road safety strategic plan for their Council.
The Guide provides practitioners with a sequence of steps as the most direct route to the development of a plan that will be accepted and integrated into the Council’, management processes. These include identifying stakeholders, using crash data effectively and the process for developing strategies. The guide includes examples of the types of issues and barriers they may encounter, which may be avoided or resolved with preparation. The emphasis is on effective and timely communications. It is recommended that participants bring a copy of their own Council’s organisational chart and any reports or information on current road crash trends in their LGA.
Significantly improve the structural integrity, safety and performance of sealed and unsealed roads.
Mick Savage, Roads & Transport Directorate Manager, IPWEA NSW Division
Mick Savage has been IPWEA’s Manager, Roads and Transport Directorate, since October 2004. He graduated as a Civil Engineer from UNSW in 1975 and commenced his professional career at Griffith City Council. Mick has worked in Local Government for more than 40 years, including 27 years with Randwick City Council.
His local government career has included chapters with responsibilities in road and pavement design, contract and specification preparation, traffic engineering, road construction and maintenance (including maintenance of recreation facilities), street and sports field lighting and project management
Mick holds Masters Degrees in Engineering Science, and Commerce with major professional interests being asset management, financial reporting and transport planning.
Who should attend?
Road Safety Officers, Planners, Traffic Engineers, Project Managers, Councillors
TIMES: Please register at the Workshop by 8.45am. The program will commence promptly at 9.00 am and finish at 5.00 pm. Morning and afternoon teas and lunch provided.
ACCOMMODATION: Overnight accommodation is not provided for Delegates. You will need to organize your own accommodation if required.
WHAT TO BRING: Notebook and pens. We will also be providing a copy of the guide plus course workbooks to all participants.
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop.
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