TMS are about to start running a CPD course for road safety auditors who want to update their experience and knowledge of current issues that affect their ability to deliver informed road safety audits.
Lasting two days, and supplying CPD recognised by CIHT and IHE, experienced road safety auditors, and clients reviewing audits, will learn about the recent changes to HD19 and what it means for them in terms of procedures and changes to the reports to keep them conforming to the national standard.
They will also take part in challenging workshops, reviewing recent research reports on vulnerable road users, and auditing motorway designs, including managed motorways. Recent lessons learnt from cycling fatalities in London will be examined, as will cutting edge UK road improvements, based on continental designs, such issues resulting in badly needed control data for road safety auditors.
The course will also review the relationship between road safety audits and other types of audit such as Quality, Accessibility and NMU Audits.
Paul Martin, TMS Managing Director, said: “Current issues and highly topical questions raised on many of our established courses need answering, based on the most recent thinking and research, and this course will do this for both experienced auditors and clients wanting to keep their knowledge absolutely up-to-date. TMS, leading the field in road safety engineering, safety audit and traffic management training, are looking forward to continuing to provide excellence in the training of road safety auditors.”
For further information or to book a place on this course please refer to the training section of the website