SoRSA Conference

Author: Andreas Markides Posted: 27 June 2017

I was fortunate enough to be invited to the SoRSA (Society of Road Safety Officers) Annual Conference in Birmingham last month. This was a 2-day event which brought together nearly 200 professionals from across the country who are employed in safety work. I was struck by the delegates’ professionalism and passion for what they do. SoRSA is a fundamental part of CIHT and we are grateful as well as proud of their contribution to our activities and to the profession in general. 

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