Briefing

Join us as the TyreSafe Briefing is conducted via video conference for the very first time. Attendees can expect a high calibre speaker line-up, the launch of Tyre Safety Month materials and a comprehensive overview of all matters relating to tyre safety.

The TyreSafe Briefing has been one of the highlights of the road safety calendar for many years but in this year of firsts, 2020 will witness its full online premiere. This year’s TyreSafe Briefing will take place on Thursday 17th September at 2pm – full details will follow shortly.

While the new format may mean some adjustments, attendees will still benefit from the comprehensive overview of all aspects of tyre safety and benefit from presentations by a range of guest speakers. As regular delegates would expect, the TyreSafe Briefing will feature the launch of the dedicated materials for October’s Tyre Safety Month. Any questions or queries can be forward to theteam@tyresafe.org.

Stuart Jackson, Chair of TyreSafe, said: “In the year when constant change became the new normal, TyreSafe has adapted to an ever-shifting landscape to maintain the relevance of tyre safety campaigning. It’s in-keeping with this ethos that we embrace the enforced change of format for the TyreSafe Briefing and believe this offers an opportunity for a broader audience to experience our showcase event of the year. I look forward to welcoming old friends and new in September and guarantee it will once again be an event not to miss.”

Thank you for your interest in signing up for the TyreSafe Briefing. Your personal data will only be used as you would expect us to do, in other words it will only be used for operational purposes and never passed on to any other organisation for marketing purposes. That means we will only share it with authorised TyreSafe officers and those parties for whom it is essential to deliver the event.

Any questions can also be addressed to theteam@tyresafe.org

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