MOTORCYCLE CONFERENCE TO LOOK AT DIVERSE WAYS OF REDUCING CASUALTIES
August 8th, 2017.


With a little over three weeks until the 2017 National Motorcycle Conference, AIRSO has provided updated details of the event’s agenda.


Taking place in Hinckley in Leicestershire on 30 August, the conference will set out to provide delegates with the opportunity to learn about the diverse ways in which AIRSO is working to reduce motorcycle casualties.

Among the highlights of the event will be the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) new lead for motorcycling, ACC Nick Adderley, providing an overview of NPCC’s efforts to reduce motorcycle casualties.

Tanya Fosdick will present an evaluation of the National BikeSafe scheme, while Lembit Opik will look at issues from a motorcyclist's perspective.

Kathrine Wilson-Ellis will explain what Highways England is doing to reduce motorcycle casualties, with Dr Shaun Helman providing an insight into ‘Looked But Failed To See’ collisions.

Other topics on the agenda include engineering solutions, young riders, the use of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for reducing rider stress and the marketing of motorcycle safety initiatives.

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