ROAD SAFETY FRAMEWORK STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP BOARD. Tuesday 5 February 2013, 10:00, Conference Rooms 7 and 8, Victoria Quay, Edinburgh

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "ROAD SAFETY FRAMEWORK STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP BOARD. Tuesday 5 February 2013, 10:00, Conference Rooms 7 and 8, Victoria Quay, Edinburgh"

Transcription

1 ROAD SAFETY FRAMEWORK STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP BOARD Tuesday 5 February 2013, 10:00, Conference Rooms 7 and 8, Victoria Quay, Edinburgh Minutes Attendees Keith Brown MSP Minister for Transport and Veterans (agenda item 7) David Middleton Chief Executive, Transport Scotland (Chair) William Munro Aberdeenshire Council, Representative for Society of Local Authority Chief Executives Andy Duff Senior Engineer Traffic, Moray Council Michael McDonnell Director, Road Safety Scotland, Transport Scotland Tom Ewing Temporary Deputy Chief Constable, Chair of ACPOS Road Police, Fife Police (agenda item 5) Craig Clement Association of Directors of Education Scotland David Goodhew Assistant Chief Officer, Strathclyde Fire and Rescue Neale Kinnear Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) (agenda item 8) Ian Logan COPFS George Eckton Convention of Scottish Local Authorities Bob Muir Safety Camera Programme, Transport Scotland Katherine Goodwin Strategic Marketing, SG (agenda item 6) Alan Crawford Senior Occupational Health & Safety Advisor, SG (agenda item 9) Karen McDonnell Director, Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents Scotland (agenda item 9) Hugh Gillies Jill Mulholland Graham Thomson Head of Development Management and Strategic Road Safety, Transport Scotland Unit Head, Road Safety Policy, Blue Badge, MACS/PVS, Transport Scotland (agenda item 4) Team Leader, Transport Accessibility and Road Safety Team Secretariat Mike Berry Mary Ward Road Safety Framework Manager, Transport Scotland Road Safety Policy Officer, Transport Scotland Apologies Donald Carmichael Director, Transport Policy, Transport Scotland Donald Henderson Head of Public Health Division, Scottish Government Peter Connor Director, Scottish Ambulance Service Professor David Stone Professor of Paediatric Epidemiology, Glasgow University 1. Welcome, Introductions and Apologies 1.1 The Chair welcomed members to the meeting. 1

2 2. Approval of minutes of Joint Strategic Partnership Board / Operational Partnership Group Meeting on 25 September Members were content with the minutes. 3. Draft Road Safety Framework Annual Report 2012: Distribution to Members 3.1 The Annual report was distributed in hard copy to members, with an electronic copy due to follow. Key achievements have included: Lowest road casualty figures since records began. New powers under the Scotland Act: drink driving limits and speed limits. Drink driving campaign during winter. Demonstration of impressive partnership working between Scottish Government (SG) and local partnerships Aberdeenshire Council won UK award for its road safety work. Black box pilot partnership. City of Edinburgh Council (CEC) 20 mph zone pilot. Action 1: Mike Berry to distribute an electronic copy of the Annual Report to Board members. 3.2 In relation to the achievements highlighted in the Annual Report, Tom Ewing noted the importance of partnership working. Local and regional stakeholders in England have commented on the absence of this, particularly in terms of engagement with DfT. 4. Proposal to reduce frequency of meetings 4.1 Jill Mulholland noted that the leadership role of the Board was key, but that this could still be achieved if the Board changed from three meetings to two meetings per annum. The proposal would be to have the AGM once a year plus a joint meeting with the OPG in the year ahead. There would be opportunities for ad hoc meetings and members should contact MB to arrange when appropriate. 4.2 Jill chairs the Road Safety Forum. Feedback from the Forum indicates a desire for greater local engagement from Government. The Annual Report reflects the level of activity across Scotland. Action 2: the Board agreed that it should work to a reduced schedule of 2 meetings per year. 5. Update on ACPOS Drink-Drive Campaign - presentation by Tom Ewing 5.1 Tom explained the content of his update paper on the festive drink-drive campaign. The experiences of officers during the campaign show that we still have a serious problem in Scotland with drink-driving. However, statistics show the situation is improving, and drink-driving is becoming socially unacceptable. 2

3 5.2 The Festive Drink-Drive Media Campaign had been launched during the consultation period for the proposed reduction of the drink-drive blood alcohol limit. Uncertainty over timing of the consultation and implementation of proposed change has affected planning of media campaigns. Increased numbers of calls from the public reporting drink drivers may reflect changing public attitudes. 5.4 Young driver statistics are a concern, which may indicate a need for a greater focus on this group. There was a discussion on behaviour change. It was considered that the use of shock in campaigns is less likely to work than other methods. There was a need to increase the risk of being caught and to make the penalties more severe. 5.6 There was also some discussion of issues relating to morning after drinkdrivers, such as the varying amounts of time taken for the effects of alcohol to wear off. Figures on these offences suggest there may be different trends in ages, that young people are out later and that there are social changes. If that is so, then this might affect how we present statistics in the future. More age-related data on drinkdrivers might also be useful. It was acknowledged that most people do not intend to drink and drive, but that sometimes circumstances lead them to it. We need the public to plan proactively and use public transport, designated driver or other alternative means to travel. It is incumbent on all of us to do a risk assessment. We should support this via media campaigns promoting travel-line. 5.8 Discussion then focussed on campaign strategy, which is currently based on a zero tolerance approach. In terms of enforcement, some Members commented that random stop and test powers would be helpful. At present we do not have full data on drivers stopped and tested, including negative as well as positive breath tests. This, and other information, will hopefully become available as and when new data-enabled testing equipment comes into use alongside the planned change in the drink-driving blood alcohol limit. 5.9 There then followed a short discussion on the psychological aspects of drinkdriving. Members considered that it was important to be able to track attitudes and behaviours before and after campaigns. Police Reform: Update From Tom Ewing 5.10 The new Police Service of Scotland, led by Chief Constable Stephen House, goes live on 1 April There will be a new, flatter management structure for the single force. There will be 14 divisions incorporating a number of local authority areas to form a brigade structure. A division of road police patrol group comprised of dedicated road police officers will operate between 07:00 to :00 hours. The Trunk Road Patrol Group (TRPG) will operate nationally on a 24/7 basis. The TRPG will also support road safety colleagues Superintendent Ian Murray will be Head of Road Policing in Scotland There is a desire to get this implemented during the first week of March this year to ensure as smooth as transition as possible prior to 1 April There was some 3

4 discussion of the future of road safety education within the context of the new structure. This issue has not yet been finalised Tom Ewing will be retiring at the end of March This being Tom s final Board meeting, the Chair thanked Tom for his work on the Board and conveyed, on behalf of the Board, that we would be sorry to see him go. The Board looked forward to working with Ian in the future. (We have since been advised that Tom s place on the Board will be taken by ACC Bernard Higgins. Fire and Rescue Service Reform 5.13 David Goodhew gave an update on the changes being implemented within the Fire and Rescue Service, and the resultant new structure. There will be a transitional phase, and then a Fire Board will be established through ministerial appointment. There is a new Strategic Leadership (a Chief, a Deputy and five Assistants). There will be three operational hubs in Scotland with 17 Local Senior Officer (LSO) areas. This will have operational functions, and there will be a standard approach to delivery of services. This process will take a few years to level out and achieve the right resources. By there will be an amalgamation to two operational hubs. Action 3: DG to forward the new Fire and Rescue Service structure to Board members Campaigns (Speed and Drink-Drive) - presentation by Katherine Goodwin 6.1 KG advised that the campaign budget for has still to be approved. A new behaviour change campaign will be launched on 4 March. This will have a wellknown and respected celebrity to front it. Social media partners can also help to get the message out. There will also be a campaign focussing on parental influence and its effect on young people and the type of drivers they become. This is a ground breaking approach which takes a long-term view. The messages from this dovetail with the SG Early Years Strategy and the Smarter strategic objective. 6.3 There will be a drink drive campaign likely to be launched during Autumn 2013 as we have a duty to let the public know about the change in drink drive limits (reduction from 80 mg to 50 mg). This will be a public information and behaviour change campaign. This will move from a focus on self-risk assessment to a can t drink and drive approach, as people need to be aware that they can t drink at all before they get into their car. 7. Review of 2012 and Challenges for presentation by Keith Brown MSP 7.1 The Minister s address to Members covered a number of issues where there had been progress during He noted the passing of the Scotland Act and the powers it had devolved, and commented that the proposed lower drink-drive limit would be likely to save lives. Whilst there were no current plans to change speed limits, it was important to be in control of our own policy on these important matters. 4

5 The Minister also spoke about the needs of vulnerable road users. On 2 January 2013 an additional 3.9 million for cycling projects had been announced; this wasin addition to the 6 million announced last September, a total of 9.9 million. Over this and the next two years, a total of 58 million will be invested in cycle infrastructure, cycle training and road safety messages, through grants to local authorities and, Sustrans and Cycling Scotland. The Minister also mentioned the need to encourage further implementation of 20 mph zones. In this regard he commented that Transport Scotland was assisting City of Edinburgh Council with the evaluation of its 20 mph zone pilot scheme. 7.2 In addition the excellent work of Road Safety Scotland had continued throughout 2012, addressing amongst other issues the issue of inappropriate speed on rural roads. Ensuring the safety of young drivers remained a key issue. There was clear and unambiguous evidence to show that Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) reduces the crash rate for young drivers, but we do not currently have the powers in Scotland to bring in GDL. The Minister had written to the UK Government towards the end of last year, asking that they look again at options for a UK Graduated Driver Licensing scheme. Copied of that letter were passed to Board Members. In response to this letter the Transport Under-Secretary, Stephen Hammond indicated that they were now looking at this issue. The Minister thanked all of the Members of the Board for the excellent work they had done during the past year, as well as putting on record his appreciation for the work of the OPG during the same period. Discussion: GDL 7.3 There followed some discussion on GDL. Members were advised that DfT were interested in telematics to support GDL and reduce insurance costs. Andy Duff informed the Board that SCOTS (Ewan Wallace) is preparing a letter of support on GDL which they will shortly send to the Minister. 7.4 Members were in favour of GDL but were also aware that young people would be resistant to GDL. However, it was acknowledged that some aspects of GDL might be beneficial to young drivers which might help to sell it eg, the possibility of lower insurance costs was mentioned. The issue however was not just about young driver but more generally new drivers. GDL gives out an important message as it has conditions as well as restrictions. 8. TRL Review of A Guide to Improving School Transport Safety - presentation by Neale Kinnear 8.1 A Guide to Improving School Transport Safety and an accompanying report were published by Transport Scotland and SCOTS in December This review was undertaken to consult with representatives from each of the 32 councils in Scotland in order to gain an understanding of how the guide and report have been used since their publication. Neale outlined the process and the challenges encountered, and presented his conclusions: Two important issues were identified via the recruitment process: No consistency between councils regarding school transport provision 5

6 Shared responsibility can lead to a diffusion of responsibility between departments and agencies Problems with the dissemination of the guide were highlighted by some council representatives. Some who had seen the guide considered that they were already fulfilling the recommendations. For the remainder of respondents, the guide is generally seen as useful and is mainly used as a reference document. Very few changes to the provision of school transport were described as being directly facilitated or informed by the guide although there is evidence that the guide indirectly supports or promotes consideration of new schemes. Several barriers to implementing the recommendations were identified. Suggested improvements to the guide included making it more interactive and sharing experiences within and between councils. In general, respondents were enthusiastic about the prospect of attending workshops, although logistics and cost were potential barriers. Councils that rely on SPT for school transport provision expect them to enforce signage standards with transport providers. Other councils generally attempt to write minimum standards into their school bus contracts and undertake spot checks. 8.2 The Board then discussed the safety of school transport. It was suggested that, as this is a council-wide responsibility, it should not necessarily be restricted to one contact point. There had been a difficulty in identifying the appropriate department to engage with. Members thought there might be value in a workshop where local authorities could share best practice. There was also a suggestion that it would help if local authorities were asked to do a self-evaluation of their school transport safety planning identifying gaps and issues before the workshop took place. Action 4: Mike Berry / Michelle Campbell to liaise with Willie Munro / Craig Clement in order to engage with local authorities about self-evaluation of their school transport safety planning. 9. Drivers at Work: SG MORR Policy presentation by Alan Crawford 9.1 Alan explained the process he went through to put in place and implement a MORR policy for the Scottish Government, covering 5,500 staff. Driving had been identified as the main health and safety risk. There was a fatigue / distraction policy which included ensuring a break was taken after driving for two hours. Mobile phone use whilst driving is also forbidden. One of the main challenges in agreeing this MORR policy was a certain degree of Union resistance, and this had necessitated some compromises. 9.2 There were issues relating to self-declaration on matters such as defective eyesight. A review process on eye-testing had been initiated and this would have to go through a consultation process. Members were advised that the Police have eye testing done every two years in order to drive for work. A short discussion on this issue followed. 6

7 9.3 There was a requirement to review the MORR policy, with a focus on real priorities which are risk based. Karen McDonnell reminded Members that RoSPA had sent an electronic survey on MORR policies and requirements to its key stakeholders but had not received a huge response to identify what the real issues were. Members volunteered to republicise the exercise but Karen advised that it may be better to move to the next step and she offered to help advise organisations how to frame and implement a MORR policy. Members volunteered different ways of facilitating this including for local authorities through the executive group of COSLA. Keith Brown MSP left the meeting at this point. 9.5 Karen McDonnell advised Members that the Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ScORSA) provides an information hub within Scotland to raise awareness of managing occupational road risk and ACPOS road policing attend ScORSA meetings. Support is still needed. There is a role for ScORSA and partners in assisting other organisations, including local authorities, in implementing MORR. Action 5: Tom Ewing to arrange a meeting with Ian Murray and Road Safety Scotland / TS Road Safety to discuss ACPOS representation on the Road Safety Strategic Partnership Board and within ScORSA. Action 6: ScORSA to assist local authorities in implementation of MORR. Karen McDonnell and Mike Berry to liaise with Willie Munro and George Eckton to ascertain current level of MORR implementation. 9.6 Members were reminded of the Framework commitment that says we will, Ensure that all contractors working with Scottish Government have a MORR policy in place. In order to start implementing that commitment, the Scottish Government now does have to show leadership, so it is important that both SG and Transport Scotland have MORR policies in place. Mike Berry Transport Scotland March

REDUCING THE DRINK DRIVE LIMIT IN SCOTLAND CONSULTATION QUESTIONNAIRE

REDUCING THE DRINK DRIVE LIMIT IN SCOTLAND CONSULTATION QUESTIONNAIRE REDUCING THE DRINK DRIVE LIMIT IN SCOTLAND CONSULTATION QUESTIONNAIRE 1. Do you agree that the drink drive limits should be reduced in Scotland? Yes No If yes, please go to Q1A. If no, please go to Q2.

More information

3. OPERATING COMPANY'S ANNUAL ROAD SAFETY REVIEW 1

3. OPERATING COMPANY'S ANNUAL ROAD SAFETY REVIEW 1 SCOTTISH MINISTERS' REQUIREMENTS 1. SCHEDULE 8 PART 3 ROAD SAFETY AND ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND PREVENTION CONTENTS Page No. 1. GENERAL 1 1.1 Introduction 1 2. ROUTE SAFETY FILES 1 3. OPERATING COMPANY'S

More information

Roads for All. The Trunk Road Network. Disability Equality Scheme. and. Action Plan

Roads for All. The Trunk Road Network. Disability Equality Scheme. and. Action Plan Roads for All The Trunk Road Network Disability Equality Scheme and Action Plan Transport Scotland Glasgow 4 December 2006 Acknowledgements This Trunk Road Network Disability Equality Scheme and Action

More information

Reckless Driving Wrecks Lives Ayrshire

Reckless Driving Wrecks Lives Ayrshire Reckless Driving Wrecks Lives Ayrshire Executive Summary Running since early 2005, Reckless Driving Wrecks Lives (RDWL) is a pan-ayrshire educational programme which aims to raise awareness and increase

More information

CORPORATE HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMITTEE

CORPORATE HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMITTEE CORPORATE HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMITTEE ABERDEEN, Friday, 20 February 2015. Minute of Meeting of the CORPORATE HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMITTEE. Present:- Councillor Graham Chairperson. City Council Representatives:-

More information

East Ayrshire Council Road Safety Plan

East Ayrshire Council Road Safety Plan East Ayrshire Council Road Safety Plan Foreword Road crashes are not inevitable - the deaths and injuries which occur each year need not happen. However, in order to reduce these incidents a major effort

More information

1.1 The Chair welcomed the Board members and officials to the meeting.

1.1 The Chair welcomed the Board members and officials to the meeting. Meeting of the Revenue Scotland Board MINUTE 09:00, 30 September 2015, Conference Rooms 4&5, VQ, Edinburgh Present: Dr Keith Nicholson [Chair] Lynn Bradley Jane Ryder OBE Ian Tait John Whiting OBE Attended

More information

Managing Risks Beyond Driver Training

Managing Risks Beyond Driver Training Managing Risks Beyond Driver Training Presented by: Kevin Clinton Head of Road Safety DRIVING FOR WORK CASUALTIES 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Killed 858 890 748 592 540 559 539 515 Seriously

More information

1.1 The Chair welcomed the Board members and officials to the meeting. 1.3 The Board accepted the Minute of 30 September as a true record.

1.1 The Chair welcomed the Board members and officials to the meeting. 1.3 The Board accepted the Minute of 30 September as a true record. Meeting of the Revenue Scotland Board MINUTE 09:00, 4 November 2015, Conference Room 3, VQ, Edinburgh Present: Dr Keith Nicholson [Chair] Lynn Bradley Jane Ryder OBE Ian Tait John Whiting OBE Attended:

More information

Note of the Scottish Cities Alliance Leadership Group meeting Wednesday 24 th June 2015 Edinburgh

Note of the Scottish Cities Alliance Leadership Group meeting Wednesday 24 th June 2015 Edinburgh Note of the Scottish Cities Alliance Leadership Group meeting Wednesday 24 th June 2015 Edinburgh Attendance Cllr Ken Guild David Martin Cllr Andrew Burns Sue Bruce Annemarie O Donnell Stuart Black Cllr

More information

school transport: survey of good practice

school transport: survey of good practice school transport: survey of good practice IMPROVING SERVICES SAFE WORKING TOGETHER SUSTAINABLE SCHOOL TRANSPORT: SURVEY OF GOOD PRACTICE 1 MVA Consultancy was commissioned to undertake a survey of good

More information

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents The North Review of Drink and Drug Driving Law February 2010

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents The North Review of Drink and Drug Driving Law February 2010 THE NORTH REVIEW INTO DRINK AND DRUG DRIVING This is the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents submission to the North Review of Drink and Drug Driving Law. It has been produced following consultation

More information

MINUTES OF MEETING HELD ON MONDAY 1 FEBRUARY 2010, 09:30AM, Q1.03

MINUTES OF MEETING HELD ON MONDAY 1 FEBRUARY 2010, 09:30AM, Q1.03 OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT GROUP MINUTES OF MEETING HELD ON MONDAY 1 FEBRUARY 2010, 09:30AM, Q1.03 Present: Paul Grice (Chair) Alan Balharrie Derek Croll Henrietta Hales Ken Hughes In Attendance: Willie Heigh

More information

Minute of the Board of Management Meeting Held in the Boardroom, Kilmarnock Campus On Thursday 25 June 2015 at 5.30 pm

Minute of the Board of Management Meeting Held in the Boardroom, Kilmarnock Campus On Thursday 25 June 2015 at 5.30 pm Minute of the Board of Management Meeting Held in the Boardroom, Kilmarnock Campus On Thursday 25 June 2015 at 5.30 pm Present: Willie Mackie (Chair) Angela Alexander Heather Dunk Nicki Beveridge Julie

More information

introduction to GLSS who we are

introduction to GLSS who we are introduction to GLSS The Government Legal Service for Scotland (GLSS) is a professional community of lawyers in government in Scotland. It exists in order to raise awareness of the roles of public service

More information

Wednesday 20 May 2015, Conference Room 7, VQ, Edinburgh

Wednesday 20 May 2015, Conference Room 7, VQ, Edinburgh REVENUE SCOTLAND BOARD MEETING MINUTE Wednesday 20 May 2015, Conference Room 7, VQ, Edinburgh Present: Dr Keith Nicholson [Chair] Lynn Bradley Jane Ryder OBE Ian Tait John Whiting Attended: Eleanor Emberson,

More information

A Safer Way: Consultation on making Britain s. roads the safest in the world. Response from:

A Safer Way: Consultation on making Britain s. roads the safest in the world. Response from: A Safer Way: Consultation on making Britain s roads the safest in the world Response from: British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association River Lodge Badminton Court Amersham BUCKS HP7 0DD Tel: +44 1494

More information

Driving as a Public Health Problem.

Driving as a Public Health Problem. Driving as a Public Health Problem. Dr Nicola Christie (UCL),Dr Philip Edwards (LSHTM), Professor Judith Green (LSHTM), Dr Sarah Jones (Cardiff University), and Professor Lindsay Prior (QUB). 1. The Issues:

More information

HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY AND PROCEDURES

HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY AND PROCEDURES HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY AND PROCEDURES 1 Introduction 1. The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 places a legal duty on the University to prepare and revise as often as may be appropriate, a written

More information

NWSRG, Lincolnshire County Council

NWSRG, Lincolnshire County Council Minutes of the 43rd meeting of the UK Roads Board meeting held at Roads Service Northern Ireland, Clarence Court, Belfast on 18 June 2013 Present: Andrew Murray Andy Best David Davies Representing: Roads

More information

Risk Management Guidelines

Risk Management Guidelines Driving - Drugs & Alcohol The Problem Drug Driving Around 18% of people killed in road crashes have traces of illegal drugs in their blood, with cannabis being the most common. Although the risks of drug

More information

REDUCING THE DRINK DRIVE LIMIT IN SCOTLAND CONSULTATION QUESTIONNAIRE

REDUCING THE DRINK DRIVE LIMIT IN SCOTLAND CONSULTATION QUESTIONNAIRE REDUCING THE DRINK DRIVE LIMIT IN SCOTLAND CONSULTATION QUESTIONNAIRE 1. Do you agree that the drink drive limits should be reduced in Scotland? Yes. Lowering the prescribed alcohol limit for driving should

More information

RoSPA s Evidence to the Transport Safety Commission Inquiry UK Transport Safety

RoSPA s Evidence to the Transport Safety Commission Inquiry UK Transport Safety RoSPA s Evidence to the Transport Safety Commission Inquiry UK Transport Safety Introduction This is RoSPA s response to the Transport Safety Commission Inquiry into UK Transport Safety. Our submission

More information

Elizabeth Shovelton Road User Licensing, Insurance and Safety Department for Transport. 20 November 2014 Italian Road Safety Conference

Elizabeth Shovelton Road User Licensing, Insurance and Safety Department for Transport. 20 November 2014 Italian Road Safety Conference Elizabeth Shovelton Road User Licensing, Insurance and Safety Department for Transport 20 November 2014 Italian Road Safety Conference What is the UK doing to improve road safety? Northern Ireland Road

More information

MAKING OUR ROADS SAFER FOR EVERYONE TRACEY FULLER 19.10.15

MAKING OUR ROADS SAFER FOR EVERYONE TRACEY FULLER 19.10.15 MAKING OUR ROADS SAFER FOR EVERYONE TRACEY FULLER 19.10.15 Introductions & Agenda Arval Customer Engagement Manager Who are Arval? What is Managing Occupational Road Risk (MORR)? Or as I like to call it

More information

A review of service reform in Scottish fire and rescue authorities

A review of service reform in Scottish fire and rescue authorities A review of service reform in Scottish fire and rescue authorities Key messages/prepared for the Accounts Commission March 2007 1 Key messages Introduction 1. A National Joint Council (NJC) agreement in

More information

Drink driving European Commission Guidelines

Drink driving European Commission Guidelines Drink driving European Commission Guidelines Roberto FERRAVANTE Rome, 3 April 2014 Deputy Head of the Road Safety Unit Directorate-General for Mobility and European Commission Road fatalities in EU-28

More information

road safety issues 2001 road toll for the WBOP/Tauranga Police area JULY 2002 Regional crash causes 1997 2001 Major road safety issues:

road safety issues 2001 road toll for the WBOP/Tauranga Police area JULY 2002 Regional crash causes 1997 2001 Major road safety issues: WESTERN BAY OF PLENTY/TAURANGA POLICE AREA road safety issues JULY 22 The Land Transport Safety Authority (LTSA) has prepared this Road Safety Issues Report. It is based on reported crash data and trends

More information

DELEGATED POWERS AND LAW REFORM COMMITTEE

DELEGATED POWERS AND LAW REFORM COMMITTEE DELEGATED POWERS AND LAW REFORM COMMITTEE Tuesday 18 March 2014 Session 4 Parliamentary copyright. Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body Information on the Scottish Parliament s copyright policy can be

More information

STOP ROAD CARNAGE NOW!

STOP ROAD CARNAGE NOW! THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS OF IRELAND STOP ROAD CARNAGE NOW! SUBMISSION TO MR SEAMUS BRENNAN TD MINISTER FOR TRANSPORT December 2002 STOP ROAD CARNAGE NOW IEI SUBMISSION ON ROAD SAFETY PG. 01 1. STOP

More information

Corporate Sponsorship of Road Safety

Corporate Sponsorship of Road Safety Corporate Sponsorship of Road Safety Introduction There are many examples, in developing and transition countries and industrialized ones, of the private sector directly sponsoring road safety initiatives.

More information

Consultation on the Road Traffic (Drink Driving) (Amendment) Bill and additional measures to tackle drink and drug driving in Northern Ireland

Consultation on the Road Traffic (Drink Driving) (Amendment) Bill and additional measures to tackle drink and drug driving in Northern Ireland ANNEX A: Reply Form Consultation on the Road Traffic (Drink Driving) (Amendment) Bill and additional measures to tackle drink and drug driving in Northern Ireland Title: Dr.. Name: Peter Rice Organisation

More information

Conveys the impact of policy decisions through to members and stakeholders of the leadership forum appropriately.

Conveys the impact of policy decisions through to members and stakeholders of the leadership forum appropriately. ROLE DESCRIPTION AND PERSON SPECIFICATION CHAIR - BME LEADERSHIP FORUM This role description outlines the key responsibilities of the chair of the NHS Confederation's Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) leadership

More information

Wiltshire Council Human Resources. Improving Work Performance Policy and Procedure

Wiltshire Council Human Resources. Improving Work Performance Policy and Procedure Wiltshire Council Human Resources Improving Work Performance Policy and Procedure This policy can be made available in other languages and formats such as large print and audio on request. What is it?

More information

Research Report. Customer Perceptions Survey 2015 Fire and Rescue Authorities and Services

Research Report. Customer Perceptions Survey 2015 Fire and Rescue Authorities and Services Research Report Customer Perceptions Survey 2015 Fire and Rescue Authorities and Services Prepared for: Local Government Association (LGA) Prepared by: BMG Research Customer Perceptions Survey 2015 Fire

More information

GREATER MANCHESTER POLICE AUTHORITY QUALITY OF SERVICE COMMITTEE. 20 January 2012

GREATER MANCHESTER POLICE AUTHORITY QUALITY OF SERVICE COMMITTEE. 20 January 2012 GREATER MANCHESTER POLICE AUTHORITY QUALITY OF SERVICE COMMITTEE 20 January 2012 Meeting commenced: 2.00 pm Meeting ended: 3.30 pm PRESENT: Mr. Lee Rowbotham in the Chair Councillor Derek Burrows, Mr Barry

More information

Report of a Complaint Handling Review in relation to Northern Constabulary

Report of a Complaint Handling Review in relation to Northern Constabulary Case reference: PCCS/00658/PF- NC June 2010 Report of a Complaint Handling Review in relation to Northern Constabulary under section 35(1) of the Police Public Order and Criminal Justice (Scotland) Act

More information

Oxfordshire Local Transport Plan 2011-2030 Revised April 2012. Objective 3 Reduce casualties and the dangers associated with travel

Oxfordshire Local Transport Plan 2011-2030 Revised April 2012. Objective 3 Reduce casualties and the dangers associated with travel 6. Road Safety Objective 3 Reduce casualties and the dangers associated with travel Road safety continues to be a core priority both nationally and locally reflecting the very high human and other costs

More information

Relative risk of fatal crash by blood alcohol level. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 BAC (mg/100ml)

Relative risk of fatal crash by blood alcohol level. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 BAC (mg/100ml) Alcohol/drugs CRASH FACTSHEET November 2013 CRASH STATISTICS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2012 Prepared by the Ministry of Transport In 2012 driver alcohol/drugs were a contributing factor 1 in 82 fatal

More information

MINUTES of MEETING of CPP MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE held in the NHS BOARD ROOM, AROS, HOSPITAL ROAD, LOCHGILPHEAD on Wednesday, 7 th February 2007

MINUTES of MEETING of CPP MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE held in the NHS BOARD ROOM, AROS, HOSPITAL ROAD, LOCHGILPHEAD on Wednesday, 7 th February 2007 MINUTES of MEETING of CPP MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE held in the NHS BOARD ROOM, AROS, HOSPITAL ROAD, LOCHGILPHEAD on Wednesday, 7 th February 2007 Present: Andrew Campbell, Scottish Natural Heritage (Chair)

More information

Scottish Borders Council. Local Scrutiny Plan 2015/16

Scottish Borders Council. Local Scrutiny Plan 2015/16 Scottish Borders Council Local Scrutiny Plan 2015/16 March 2015 Scottish Borders Council Local Scrutiny Plan 2015/16 Introduction 1. This local scrutiny plan sets out the planned scrutiny activity in Scottish

More information

SFRS BOARD MEETING DECISION LOG

SFRS BOARD MEETING DECISION LOG SFRS BOARD MEETING DECISION LOG PURPOSE Decisions made at the meetings of the Board of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) are recorded in the minutes of these meetings and published on the SFRS

More information

Scottish Higher Performers Forum. Held at the Scottish Government, Saughton House

Scottish Higher Performers Forum. Held at the Scottish Government, Saughton House Attendance Scottish Higher Performers Forum 7th Meeting Held at the Scottish Government, Saughton House Monday 19 th May 2008 at 1000hrs Karen McDonnell RoSPA Elizabeth Young Napier University Alan Crawford

More information

Chapter 11 Wales. Revision to Emergency Preparedness

Chapter 11 Wales. Revision to Emergency Preparedness Chapter 11 Wales Revision to Emergency Preparedness Civil Contingencies Act Enhancement Programme October 2011 V3: Last updated 09/12/2010 PAGE 1 Chapter 11 (Wales) of Emergency Preparedness, Revised Version

More information

the Ministry of Transport is attributed as the source of the material

the Ministry of Transport is attributed as the source of the material Disclaimer All reasonable endeavours are made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this report. However, the information is provided without warranties of any kind including accuracy, completeness,

More information

Welsh Fire and Rescue Services Road Safety Strategy 2015-2020

Welsh Fire and Rescue Services Road Safety Strategy 2015-2020 All Wales Call Challenge Welsh Fire and Rescue Services Road Safety Strategy 2015-2020 GWASANAETH TÂN AC ACHUB Canolbarth a Gorllewin Cymru Mid and West Wales FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE 2 Contents Executive

More information

Regional Road Safety Strategy September 2004

Regional Road Safety Strategy September 2004 Regional Road Safety Strategy September 2004 Regional Road Safety Strategy September 2004 Cover photo courtesy of St Mark s Church School Executive Summary The vision of the Regional Road Safety Strategy

More information

POLICY ON THE MISUSE OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS AND ON SMOKING STUDENTS

POLICY ON THE MISUSE OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS AND ON SMOKING STUDENTS POLICY ON THE MISUSE OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS AND ON SMOKING STUDENTS Introduction The Governors of The Royal Ballet School are committed to ensuring that the School is a healthy school, free from the misuse

More information

Local Government and Regeneration Committee. Fixed odds betting terminals. Summary of written submissions

Local Government and Regeneration Committee. Fixed odds betting terminals. Summary of written submissions Introduction Local Government and Regeneration Committee Fixed odds betting terminals Summary of written submissions On 8 July 2015 the Committee launched a call for written evidence on the proposed devolution

More information

Terms of Reference. Continuous Improvement Review. Scottish Police Authority. Leadership & Governance

Terms of Reference. Continuous Improvement Review. Scottish Police Authority. Leadership & Governance Terms of Reference Continuous Improvement Review of Scottish Police Authority Leadership & Governance Version 1.0 October 2014 Page 1 1. Background 1.1 Our Annual Scrutiny Plan for 2014-15 sets out how

More information

Symposium report. The recruitment and retention of nurses in adult social care

Symposium report. The recruitment and retention of nurses in adult social care Symposium report The recruitment and retention of nurses in adult social care Overview 1. Social care employers providing nursing care services have been raising concerns about nursing recruitment and

More information

Reported Road Casualties in Great Britain: Estimates for accidents involving illegal alcohol levels: 2012 (provisional) and 2011 (final)

Reported Road Casualties in Great Britain: Estimates for accidents involving illegal alcohol levels: 2012 (provisional) and 2011 (final) Reported Road Casualties in Great Britain: Estimates for accidents involving illegal alcohol levels: 2012 (provisional) and 2011 (final) Statistical Release 1 August 2013 Key findings 1 Drink drive accidents

More information

Scottish Government Consultation: Reducing the Drink Driving Limit in Scotland The Law Society of Scotland s response November 2012

Scottish Government Consultation: Reducing the Drink Driving Limit in Scotland The Law Society of Scotland s response November 2012 Consultation Response Scottish Government Consultation: Reducing the Drink Driving Limit in Scotland The Law Society of Scotland s response November 2012 The Law Society of Scotland 2012 Introduction The

More information

Community planning. Turning ambition into action

Community planning. Turning ambition into action Community planning Turning ambition into action Prepared by Audit Scotland November 2014 The Accounts Commission The Accounts Commission is the public spending watchdog for local government. We hold councils

More information

However, since 2013, road deaths have begun to rise once more. Last year there was a 4% increase in road deaths.

However, since 2013, road deaths have begun to rise once more. Last year there was a 4% increase in road deaths. STATEMENT BY MS MOYAGH MURDOCK, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, ROAD SAFETY AUTHORITY TO THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION & COMMUNICATIONS. WENDESDAY 22 ND APRIL, 2015. I wish to thank the Chairman and Committee

More information

SCOTTISH PUBLIC PENSIONS AGENCY MINUTES OF THE EXTERNAL MANAGEMENT BOARD MEETING HELD AT 13:30 HOURS ON 5 FEBRUARY 2013 AT TWEEDBANK

SCOTTISH PUBLIC PENSIONS AGENCY MINUTES OF THE EXTERNAL MANAGEMENT BOARD MEETING HELD AT 13:30 HOURS ON 5 FEBRUARY 2013 AT TWEEDBANK SCOTTISH PUBLIC PENSIONS AGENCY MINUTES OF THE EXTERNAL MANAGEMENT BOARD MEETING HELD AT 13:30 HOURS ON 5 FEBRUARY 2013 AT TWEEDBANK In attendance: James Taylor Chair Julia Edey Non-executive Director

More information

Stress has serious and profound implications for individual and organisational performance.

Stress has serious and profound implications for individual and organisational performance. Workplace Stress Stress has serious and profound implications for individual and organisational performance. Stressed staff will invariably take more sickness leave and as well as this effecting services,

More information

Councillor role descriptions

Councillor role descriptions Councillor role descriptions All Councillors:- Community Leader Champion your division Deal with casework Represent the community within the Council and other agencies Campaign on local issues Keep in

More information

Minutes of East Ayrshire Transition Integration Board 3pm, Wednesday 26 March 2014 Council Chambers, Council HQ, London Road, Kilmarnock

Minutes of East Ayrshire Transition Integration Board 3pm, Wednesday 26 March 2014 Council Chambers, Council HQ, London Road, Kilmarnock Minutes of East Ayrshire Transition Integration Board 3pm, Wednesday 26 March 2014 Council Chambers, Council HQ, London Road, Kilmarnock Present: In Attendance: Councillor Douglas Reid, EA Council, Chair

More information

NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED. Date: 30 JULY 2015 DIANE VINCENT, DIRECTOR OF PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED. Date: 30 JULY 2015 DIANE VINCENT, DIRECTOR OF PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Agenda Item: 13 Report To: Report No: SCOTTISH FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICE BOARD B/POD/07-15 Date: 30 JULY 2015 Report By: DIANE VINCENT, DIRECTOR OF PEOPLE AND ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Subject: SCOTTISH

More information

REPORT OF SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT/REGIONAL TRANSPORT PARTNERSHIPS/CoSLA WORKING GROUP

REPORT OF SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT/REGIONAL TRANSPORT PARTNERSHIPS/CoSLA WORKING GROUP REPORT OF SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT/REGIONAL TRANSPORT PARTNERSHIPS/CoSLA WORKING GROUP Maximising the role of RTPs in furthering improvements to transport in Scotland August 2015 1 P a g e Executive Summary

More information

THE DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF ROAD SAFETY PUBLICITY CAMPAIGNS

THE DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF ROAD SAFETY PUBLICITY CAMPAIGNS THE DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF ROAD SAFETY PUBLICITY CAMPAIGNS INTRODUCTION This note discusses some basic principals of the data-led design of publicity campaigns, the main issues that need to be considered

More information

Surveys of the General Public and the Traffic Police/Gendarmes. Prepared by Edwin Minang, Coordinator, Cameroon Road Safety Foundation (CAROSAF)

Surveys of the General Public and the Traffic Police/Gendarmes. Prepared by Edwin Minang, Coordinator, Cameroon Road Safety Foundation (CAROSAF) Surveys of the General Public and the Traffic Police/Gendarmes. Prepared by Edwin Minang, Coordinator, Cameroon Road Safety Foundation (CAROSAF) Road Safety Workshop, 12 13 November 2014, Addis Ababa,

More information

Youth Development Plan

Youth Development Plan Scottish Fire and Rescue Services Information on fire safety for young people is available from: www.infoscotland.com (Blaze Aware) Information and guidance on Community Planning is available at: www.communityplanning.org.uk

More information

External Audit BV Performance Report: Delivering Change Management and Financial Sustainability

External Audit BV Performance Report: Delivering Change Management and Financial Sustainability CLACKMANNANSHIRE COUNCIL THIS PAPER RELATES TO ITEM 05 ON THE AGENDA Report to: Resources and Audit Committee Date of Meeting: 24 September 2015 Subject: External Audit BV Performance Report: Delivering

More information

Western Bay of Plenty District Council

Western Bay of Plenty District Council Western Bay of Plenty District Council Minutes of Meeting No. JRS5 of the Joint Road Safety Committee held on 25 November 2014 in the Council Chamber, Barkes Corner, Tauranga Commencing at 10:00 a.m. Present

More information

Better Skills Better Jobs Better Health. National occupational standards for the practice of public health guide

Better Skills Better Jobs Better Health. National occupational standards for the practice of public health guide Better Skills Better Jobs Better Health National occupational standards for the practice of public health guide March 2004 Acknowledgements These national occupational standards describe good practice

More information

National Framework for the establishment of Regional Invest in Young People Groups

National Framework for the establishment of Regional Invest in Young People Groups National Framework for the establishment of Regional Invest in Young People Groups 1 Purpose In its final report, the Commission for Developing Scotland Young Workforce set out the pivotal role that employers

More information

All Party Working Group on Car Insurance Room 21, Parliament Buildings, 29 April 2013 at 4pm

All Party Working Group on Car Insurance Room 21, Parliament Buildings, 29 April 2013 at 4pm Present: Trevor Lunn (Chair) Roy Beggs (for part) Cathal Boylan All Party Working Group on Car Insurance Room 21, Parliament Buildings, 29 April 2013 at 4pm John Burke (Chair, Belfast Solicitors Association)

More information

Information Commissioner s Office. ICO response to the discussion paper on the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974

Information Commissioner s Office. ICO response to the discussion paper on the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 Information Commissioner s Office ICO response to the discussion paper on the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 14 November 2013 1 Contents Introduction Response Further issues About the ICO The ICO

More information

Ayrshire and Arran Tourism Partnership Plan Reviewed April 2007

Ayrshire and Arran Tourism Partnership Plan Reviewed April 2007 Ayrshire and Arran Tourism Partnership Plan Reviewed April 2007 1 AYRSHIRE & ARRAN TOURISM PARTNERSHIP PLAN AND THE TOURISM FRAMEWORK FOR CHANGE 2006-2009 Introduction In March 2004 the Minister for Culture,

More information

People and Business Division comprises four directorates: Investment Services, Information Services, Customer Experience and People and Performance.

People and Business Division comprises four directorates: Investment Services, Information Services, Customer Experience and People and Performance. Role Statement TITLE OF POSITION: CLASSIFICATION LEVEL: Regulatory Compliance Officer OPS4 Organisation Overview The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) serves the South Australian

More information

Max for main heading 24pt bold Annual Report 2013/14

Max for main heading 24pt bold Annual Report 2013/14 Title Health, of Report/document Safety and Wellbeing two lines Max for main heading 24pt bold Annual Report Sub title of Report/document 2013/14 two lines for sub heading 18pt Arial 23/9/14 Page 1 of

More information

Update on Young People's Debt Advice Project, Etc. (Item 61, Report to Executive of the Council, dated 15 March 2005.)

Update on Young People's Debt Advice Project, Etc. (Item 61, Report to Executive of the Council, dated 15 March 2005.) + 6D IN BVRG H + THE CITY OF EDINBURGH COUNCIL Item no 5 Report no Review of Debt Advice Services Social Justice & Older People Scrutiny Panel 7 February 2006 1 Purpose of report 1.I Scorecard report on

More information

The following criteria have been used to assess each of the options to ensure consistency and clarity:

The following criteria have been used to assess each of the options to ensure consistency and clarity: 4 Options appraisal 4.1 Overview We have appraised each of the options identified in section 3: Maintain the status quo Implement organisational change and service improvement Partner / collaborate with

More information

Health and Safety Policy

Health and Safety Policy Health and Safety Policy October 2014 1 October 2014 Contents: Introduction 1. STATEMENT OF INTENT AND POLICY OBJECTIVES 2. RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY 2.1 The Director

More information

Delegation between partners; and Delegation to the Health and Social Care Partnership, established as a body corporate.

Delegation between partners; and Delegation to the Health and Social Care Partnership, established as a body corporate. INTEGRATED RESOURCES ADVISORY GROUP: REMIT Purpose This note sets out the scope of work for an expert group to advise on the resource implications of the Government s policy for Integration of Health and

More information

Minutes of Meeting of the VisitScotland Board held on 4 July 2014

Minutes of Meeting of the VisitScotland Board held on 4 July 2014 Meeting Minutes Minutes of Meeting of the VisitScotland Board held on 4 July 2014 Present: In attendance: Apologies: Minutes: Mike Cantlay (Chairman) Stephen Carter Paddy Crerar Steve Dunlop Dorothy Fenwick

More information

NATIONAL DEBATE ON YOUNG DRIVERS SAFETY

NATIONAL DEBATE ON YOUNG DRIVERS SAFETY NATIONAL DEBATE ON YOUNG DRIVERS SAFETY National Debate on Young Drivers' Safety Final Report A report by Atkins and Professor Stephen Stradling Notice This document and its contents have been prepared

More information

A 10 year change programme Developing offsite construction skills for the challenges ahead

A 10 year change programme Developing offsite construction skills for the challenges ahead A 10 year change programme Developing offsite construction skills for the challenges ahead A 10 year change programme Developing offsite construction skills for the challenges ahead Recent estimates suggest

More information

Summer 2007 Floods Joint Scrutiny Task Group. Thursday 22 April 2010, 3.00pm, County Hall NOTES

Summer 2007 Floods Joint Scrutiny Task Group. Thursday 22 April 2010, 3.00pm, County Hall NOTES Summer 2007 Floods Joint Scrutiny Task Group Thursday 22 April 2010, 3.00pm, County Hall NOTES Present: Councillors: Worcestershire County Council Malvern Hills District Council Redditch Borough Council

More information

First Group First ScotRail Reducing Sickness Absence and promoting a healthy workforce

First Group First ScotRail Reducing Sickness Absence and promoting a healthy workforce First Group First ScotRail Reducing Sickness Absence and promoting a healthy workforce Introduction First ScotRail is the largest regional train operating company in the UK covering the widest geographical

More information

Inspection of Ayrshire Division

Inspection of Ayrshire Division HM INSPECTORATE OF CONSTABULARY IN SCOTLAND Local Policing+ Inspection Programme Inspection of Ayrshire Division February 2015 Improving Policing Across Scotland Crown copyright 2015 Produced for Her Majesty

More information

He went on to pledge his support for speed cameras and said he was convinced they were vital to reducing road casualties.

He went on to pledge his support for speed cameras and said he was convinced they were vital to reducing road casualties. They are ALL making money from Speed cameras THE UK s top traffic cop was yesterday banned from driving after admitting speeding at 90mph on a North Wales road. Dec 6 2007 by Carl Butler, Daily Post South

More information

Briefing 43. The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007. NHS Employers. Background. Key points

Briefing 43. The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007. NHS Employers. Background. Key points March 2008 Briefing 43 The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 (CMCHA) comes into effect on 6 April 2008. The Act aims to ensure that organisations are held to account when a death has

More information

Corporate Health and Safety Policy

Corporate Health and Safety Policy Corporate Health and Safety Policy November 2013 Ref: HSP/V01/13 EALING COUNCIL Table of Contents PART 1: POLICY STATEMENT... 3 PART 2: ORGANISATION... 4 2.1 THE COUNCIL:... 4 2.2 ALLOCATION OF RESPONSIBILITY...

More information

Report to Cabinet 28 January 2013 Item No 16 Strong and Well: Strengthening Support for Older People in Norfolk

Report to Cabinet 28 January 2013 Item No 16 Strong and Well: Strengthening Support for Older People in Norfolk Report to Cabinet 28 January 2013 Item No 16 Strong and Well: Strengthening Support for Older People in Norfolk Report by the Director of Community Services Summary The 2011 census outlines that over 20%

More information

UK Youth Parliament Procedures Book 2013-14. Version 11

UK Youth Parliament Procedures Book 2013-14. Version 11 UK Youth Parliament Procedures Book 2013-14 Version 11 1 Contents 1. Name, status, aims and objectives... 4 2. Members of the Youth Parliament (MYPs)... 4 2.1. Membership... 4 2.2. Allocations... 4 2.3.

More information

SECRETARIAT MANAGEMENT GROUP STRATEGY FORMAT. FRIDAY, 13 MAY 2016 at 9.35AM ROOM 30, PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS APPROVED

SECRETARIAT MANAGEMENT GROUP STRATEGY FORMAT. FRIDAY, 13 MAY 2016 at 9.35AM ROOM 30, PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS APPROVED SECRETARIAT MANAGEMENT GROUP STRATEGY FORMAT FRIDAY, 13 MAY 2016 at 9.35AM ROOM 30, PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS APPROVED Present: In Attendance: Trevor Reaney Richard Stewart Stephen Welch Tara Caul James Gilsenan

More information

INTERIM ADVICE NOTE 179/14

INTERIM ADVICE NOTE 179/14 INTERIM ADVICE NOTE 179/14 Guidance on the Use of Vehicle Mounted High Level to provide advance warning of lane closures for Relaxation Works on Dual Carriageways with a Hard Shoulder Summary Guidance

More information

Home Office Science Advisory Council 11 November 2015 - Minute 1. Welcome, Introductions, and apologies 1.1 The Chair welcomed attendees to the Home

Home Office Science Advisory Council 11 November 2015 - Minute 1. Welcome, Introductions, and apologies 1.1 The Chair welcomed attendees to the Home Home Office Science Advisory Council 11 November 2015 - Minute 1. Welcome, Introductions, and apologies 1.1 The Chair welcomed attendees to the Home Office Science Advisory Council (HOSAC) meeting, in

More information

THE HILLINGDON HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST. Bev Hall, Deputy Director of Nursing. Experience & Nursing

THE HILLINGDON HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST. Bev Hall, Deputy Director of Nursing. Experience & Nursing ITEM 11 Board Meeting in Public 26 th June 2013 THE HILLINGDON HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST REPORT TO: REPORT FROM: REPORT SPONSORED BY: Trust Board Bev Hall, Deputy Director of Nursing Theresa Murphy,

More information

5. LG received a briefing from MRO on upcoming media-related issues.

5. LG received a briefing from MRO on upcoming media-related issues. LEADERSHIP GROUP MINUTES OF MEETING HELD ON MONDAY 25 FEBRUARY 2013, 09:30AM, Q1.04 Present: Paul Grice (Chair) Alan Balharrie Colin Chisholm Derek Croll Susan Duffy Stewart Gilfillan Michelle Hegarty

More information

Council Chamber, Sixth Floor, Fife House, North Street, Glenrothes Tuesday, 11th February, 2014-9.30 a.m.

Council Chamber, Sixth Floor, Fife House, North Street, Glenrothes Tuesday, 11th February, 2014-9.30 a.m. Executive Committee Special Meeting Council Chamber, Sixth Floor, Fife House, North Street, Glenrothes Tuesday, 11th February, 2014-9.30 a.m. TO FOLLOW ITEM:- AGENDA Page Nos. 3. MINUTE OF THE SPECIAL

More information

Health, Social Care and Housing Committee

Health, Social Care and Housing Committee Health, Social Care and Housing Committee 10.00am, Tuesday 11 November 2014 Speak Up for Safety on Public Transport Item number Report number Executive/routine Wards Executive All Executive summary The

More information

Future Resilience Structures Duties, Principles and Core Roles & Responsibilities

Future Resilience Structures Duties, Principles and Core Roles & Responsibilities ANNEX A Future Resilience Structures Duties, Principles and Core Roles & Responsibilities Introduction 1. This paper is intended to assist SCGs in developing arrangements that will allow an effective transition

More information

Executive Summary ABI.ORG.UK. Association of British Insurers 51 Gresham Street London EC2V 7HQ Telephone 020 7600 3333

Executive Summary ABI.ORG.UK. Association of British Insurers 51 Gresham Street London EC2V 7HQ Telephone 020 7600 3333 Association of British Insurers response to the Northern Ireland Assembly Environment Committee s Consultation on The Road Traffic (Amendment Bill) About the ABI 1.1 The Association of British Insurers

More information

A message from John McFarlane

A message from John McFarlane A message from John McFarlane With the announcement of ANZ s interim financial results today, we are also releasing a concise report of on our Customer, People, Community and Environment goals for the

More information

1. The consultation seeks views on the vision, targets and measures for improving road safety in Great Britain for the period beyond 2010.

1. The consultation seeks views on the vision, targets and measures for improving road safety in Great Britain for the period beyond 2010. Executive Summary 1. The consultation seeks views on the vision, targets and measures for improving road safety in Great Britain for the period beyond 2010. 2. We have made good progress in reducing road

More information

NOS. Supply Chain Management Occupational Standards

NOS. Supply Chain Management Occupational Standards NOS National Supply Chain Management Occupational Standards Contents Unit Supply Chain Management National Occupational Standards - Technical T1 Maintain operational relationships within the supply chain

More information