Webinar led by CIHT SoRSA. Join us for this Question Time themed event with Safety industry leaders from Jacobs, Sustrans, Transport for London and Transport Scotland. If you do wish to book a place, please also send your questions in to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SoRSA would like to invite you to join a special Question Time webinar with experts from within the Safety industry.
The panel, whose experience ranges from local and strategic highways within client organisations and the private sector, will answer questions asked by you.
Please provide your questions in advance to email@example.com
We will be taking questions on the day, but there is a chance that we will not get around to answering all questions, so the earlier you ask the better!
This is primarily for SoRSA members of any role or level.
Kate Carpenter is discipline lead for operational safety and traffic engineering, supporting our many strategic and local authority clients deliver an evidence-based approach to intervention design and network management. Kate has lead safety governance work on smart motorway projects, Queensferry Crossing, and other major projects for Transport Scotland, Welsh Government and TfL, as well as local authority Clients. She also undertakes pro bono work on behalf of CIHT, PACTS and Transport Safety Commission
Tim is an experienced and award-winning traffic engineer specialising in cycling, traffic calming, 20 zones and Safe routes to school. He pioneered the use of speed cushions in UK in 1990’s and project managed the award winning “Magic Roundabout” in York. More recently he’s worked on Newcastle Cycle city schemes including John Dobson St and Heaton Rd. The Broadway cycle scheme in North Tyneside won CIHT NE Sustainable Transport Project award in 2017. For Sustrans in Yorkshire he has managed the design and planning aspects of the Castleford Greenway constructed in 2019. He has wide experience of presenting reports to Committees, papers to conferences, lecturing at Universities, and is getting used to online webinars
He has experience of cycle audits, Safety Audits at the City of York, HE Non-Motorised user audits and Developed a Cycle Route review technique for Cycling England. He is developing an LTN 1/20 compliance checklist for Sustrans in 2020. A keen photographer he has won the NE CIHT Regional photo competition and was runner up in the Yorkshire branch in 2017.
I am a Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Senior Business Partner in Transport for London (TfL), providing advice to Surface Transport business areas. My road risk remit covers close working with teams involved in investment and delivery linked with TfL’s Vision Zero ambition; and ensuring that we realise maximum benefit in terms of reductions in people killed or seriously injured on London’s roads as a result of any schemes we deliver. I have recently set up a Road Risk Community of Expertise (CoE) within our SHE department which promotes the sharing of technical skills, such as safety data analysis. I developed a passion for reducing road risk while I was a Regional Operations Manager in TfL’s On-Demand Transport department. Seeing the practical road risk issues manifest through day-to-day operations made me realise how important strategic, long term, risk-based decisions are to reducing risk on our roads.
Stuart began his career in 1990 working in Strathclyde Regional Council, working on major road schemes in the Glasgow area. In 1996, he moved to Glasgow City Council’s AIP team, and has retained a role in road safety since that point, both in local government, the private section and, since 2008, with Transport Scotland.
On joining Transport Scotland, Stuart was Project Engineer for the Forth Replacement Crossing study, before supporting the development of the first Strategic Transport Projects Review and the delivery of its transportation planning function.
His current responsibilities currently include overseeing the Trunk Road Casualty Reduction team and the Scottish Safety Camera Programme Office, which together deliver low cost casualty reduction schemes on the Trunk network and the deployment of safety cameras on the Scottish Road network as a whole.