Today’s Safety Technology in cars can save lives
Date: Tuesday 17 April 2018
Venue: Leopardstown Pavilion
Specifying safety items in company cars and Duty of Care for fleet operators are topics at the top of the agenda for the forthcoming Fleet Car Safety Seminar & Demonstration to be held on Tuesday, 17 April at Leopardstown Pavilion, Dublin.
Following a number of addresses from leading experts, a live demonstration on today’s technology available in company-orientated cars will be presented by Universal Honda Ireland.
The half day conference hosted by Fleet Car magazine and chaired by Moyagh Murdock, CEO, Road Safety Authority, commences at 10:30 with attendee registration, followed by the first presentation – “Specifying safety in company cars – at what cost” from Fabian Murphy, Aviva Insurance.
Deirdre Sinnott, Senior Policy Inspector, Work Related Vehicle Safety, Health & Safety Authority, addresses the topic “Duty of Care for fleet operators.” Discussing “Today’s Safety technology in cars can save lives,” are John Saunders, Sales & Marketing Director at Universal Honda and Paul Brookes, a Senior Technology Consultant from Honda Motor Europe.
Following the Questions & Answers session, Honda will demonstrate its Sensing Technologies package, which makes every day driving safer and is fitted as standard specification in the new Honda Civic range. The event will conclude with a complimentary networking lunch.
Among the attendees will include fleet managers and drivers, representatives from leasing companies, insurance agencies and human resource managers, together with City and County Council Safety Officers.
To register for this free-to-attend conference, please contact Anne Marie Grant at Fleet Car magazine – email: email@example.com or on mobile (086) 1451330.