Delegates attending the Freight Transport Association’s annual Transport Manager Northern Ireland Conference, sponsored by Iveco, will have a unique opportunity to hear from Kathleen Callanan, Head of Enforcement at the Road Safety Authority in the Republic of Ireland, on what to expect in terms of enforcement when operating their vehicles south of the border.
The conference, which takes place on Thursday 24 May at the Culloden Estate and Spa, Belfast, will give fleet operators access to all the very latest information, guidance and best practice advice on legislation and enforcement changes.
Seamus Leheny, FTA’s Policy Manager for Northern Ireland, said: “The session will give fleet operators from Northern Ireland important guidance as to the preparations they need to make to operate their vehicles in the Republic of Ireland, enabling them to keep their drivers up-to-date and on the right side of the law. It’s a session not to be missed.”
Other subjects to be covered at the event include:
Keynote address by John McGrath, Department for Infrastructure on infrastructure and Brexit related issues
Enforcement priorities and roadside stops
City centre truck restrictions and the manufacturers’ perspective
Apprenticeships and skills
Using vehicles as a weapon – preventing vehicle use in terrorism activity
The cost for attending Transport Manager Northern Ireland, which is also sponsored by Brigade Electronics, is £265 plus VAT for the first delegate and £225 plus VAT for subsequent delegates for FTA members; for non-FTA members it is £300 plus VAT for the first delegate and £290 plus VAT for subsequent delegates.