NETS 2nd Regional Road Safety Conference in Latin America!
**Conference proceedings had translation available for Spanish, Portuguese, and English **
September 21 -22, 2021
Whether you are responsible for leading an international road safety program or managing a fleet of vehicles, you know that spreading safe driving messages to drivers in Latin America represents unique challenges. At the conference, best practices and solutions across industries will be shared with other fleet safety managers who face similar challenges.
NETS 2nd LATAM Regional Road Safety conference represents a valuable opportunity to learn about the variety of road safety initiatives and challenges specific to the region.
Registration: $199 USD for all attendees
**Organizations with 4 registered participants will receive complimentary registration for all additional attendees. Encourage your colleagues to attend! Please contact Susan Gillies at firstname.lastname@example.org for details. **
Alejandra Cruz Ross, Transport Specialist, International Labour Organization (ILO)
Road Safety and Decent Work: Responsibility and Occupational Safety and Health
Alejandro Furas, Latin New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) Secretary General and Global NCAP Secretary General & Vice President of Technological Affairs
The Latest Initiatives and Road Safety Projects from LATAM NCAP
Valeria Motta, Partnerships Manager, Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety
The Role of the Corporate Sector in Global Road Safety: Latin America Perspectives from the Global Alliance of NGOs
Hear from the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety regarding the global push for a 30km/h speed limit where traffic and people mix, and how the corporate sector in Latin America can support this through consideration of fleet management and C02 emission and sustainability.
Sergio Rojas, Holistic Health Coach, Functional Movement Specialist and Certified Nutrition Specialist
Case Study: Better Fleet Safety Performance by Creating a Culture of Wellness
German Acevedo, Director of the Innovation Center for Motorcyclists: Addressing driver training and implementation of 2/3 wheeled vehicles
Coca-Cola Bottlers in Mexico and Brazil: Sharing positive experiences with two different initiatives using technology that provides successful results beyond SAFETY
Johnson & Johnson: Brazil Fleet Program Overview
MSD: Big Data Analysis – Improving safety for driver in LATAM
UPS: Hybrid between training efforts and success stories and leveraging technology due to the COVID 19 Pandemic
Pantaleon: Helping drivers drive more effectively and safely