Ontario Injury Prevention Forum – Road Safety in Ontario: Back to the future in 2017

Date/Time
Date(s) - Tuesday, May 2
7:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Location
BMO Financial Group Institute for Learning
3550 Pharmacy Avenue, Toronto, Ontario Canada M1W 3Z3

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Conference Overview:

This year’s conference will focus on emerging road safety issues and trends in the province and beyond. Organized around the three key themes of enforcement, engineering and education, the day’s specific topics include impaired driving, drug recognition, Vision Zero in urban and rural settings, the manufacturing of cars, national distracted driving projects, and injury prevention in the trauma hospital setting.

Invited speakers included representatives from government, media, enforcement, and the trauma hospital community.

The audience for this conference includes public health, government policy makers, injury prevention practitioners, law enforcement and allied health professionals. We anticipate over 100 attendees from across the province.

We look forward to having you join us for a productive day of information sharing and learning.

Presented by:
Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre
Parachute
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Registration: 
Early Bird Rate: $135.00 by April 21st. $150.00 thereafter.
Registration includes registration fee, breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks.

Accomodations:
Discounted accommodations are available at the BMO for $320. This includes accommodations, conference registration, all meals and nutrition breaks day of conference and dinner May 1st.

Program:
A draft program is available (subject to change).

Invited Speakers:
Minister Del Duca (MTO)
Oliver Moore (Columnist, Globe & Mail)
Kerry Schmidt (OPP) Impaired Driving
Brad Verspeeten (Toronto Police) DRE (Drug Recognition Expert)
Shamaila Mian (MTO) new legislation
Roger Browne (Toronto Transportation) Toronto Road Safety Strategy
Todd Fullerton Vision Zero – North Bay Road Safety Strategy
Robyn Robertson (TIRF) manufacturer of cars/ CCDD (Canadian Coalition on Distracted Driving)
Joanne Banfield (Sunnybrook Trauma) Trauma Injury Prevention
Diane Bradford (Windsor Trauma) Trauma Injury Prevention
Teresa Di Felice (CAA) Road Safety educational campaigns

Register Today!