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Lessons from Transport Risk Management in the Oil and Gas Industry

Speaker: Saul Jeavons, The Transafe Network

Over the last 20 years, Saul has worked on road safety project on every continent except Antarctica, most of these in connection with clients in the oil and gas industry. Those experiences overseas, in some challenging transport environments where everything, from driving and vehicle standards, to infrastructure and emergency response, have influenced how he approaches road risk management in the UK.

In the masterclass, Saul will outline the specific initiatives and approaches from the risk management approach in the petrochemical industry which have also helped to shape his practices in the UK, and the lessons he has learned about the impact - or lack of it – on everyone from drivers to the board, of policy, procedure and safety leadership

About Saul Jeavons

Since starting his road safety career in 1994, Saul has work on road safety projects in more than thirty countries across Europe, the Middle East, Far East, Central and South East Asia, North and South America, Australasia and Africa for a mixture of multinational clients in the corporate sector, as well as for government departments and other public bodies.

In 2001, Saul joined the UK’s Transport Research Laboratory (TRL), where his role included responsibility for teams working on road safety, collision investigation, and fleet safety, as well as the on-scene management of rail crash incident teams. Having become TRL’s Head of Investigations and Risk Management, in 2006 he joined The Transafe Network to specialise in fleet risk management and multidisciplinary approaches to road safety problems.

Saul is very active in multiple road safety bodies. He has been a member of the Association since 1999. He is also an Academy Member of Road Safety GB, a Member of the Management and Finance Committee of the Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety and sits on the Safety, Health and Wellbeing Panel (formerly the Road Safety Panel) of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation.


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