SoRSA is delighted to offer this thought-provoking webinar with John Barrell, SoRSA Membership Secretary.
This webinar will provide food for thought as to why there is NOT universal take up of Road Safety Audit as a standard practice within all design processes and why there is so much reluctance on the part of many local authorities to develop their own bespoke audit standard.
Importantly, it will suggest ways in which authorities and developers can easily reduce their risk and liability by adopting a standardised approach to road safety audit.
Auditors, developers and designers actively engaged in new road schemes.
John Barrell, SoRSA Membership Secretary
John has over 40 years’ experience in road safety engineering and audit in UK and overseas. He has been a member of SoRSA committee fulfilling various roles since its inception in 2007. Recently, he took over the role of Membership Secretary. Consequently, he has reviewed and discussed a wide range of audit reports submitted as part of the membership renewal process.
In addition, whilst chair of the society he assisted in developing the latest version of the CIHT Audit Guidelines that specifically recognised that not all audits are conducted in accordance with UK standard GG119, but nevertheless need to ensure that appropriate recommendations are made for designers and clients to undertaken their responsibilities.
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