NZ PDF - 28 March 2017
New Zealand Professional Development Forums The Australasian Fleet Management Association organises a Professional Development Forum program for New Zealand throughout 2017. These events include discussions on topics chosen by the Chapter Committees based on Members needs. They are an ideal way of ...
New Zealand Professional Development Forums
The Australasian Fleet Management Association organises a Professional Development Forum program for New Zealand throughout 2017. These events include discussions on topics chosen by the Chapter Committees based on Members needs. They are an ideal way of staying abreast of topical issues, networking with fellow fleet managers, connecting with potential clients, entertaining and reaffirming existing clients or taking the first step in discovering what it is like to be an AfMA Member. We encourage you to contact the office if you have any questions about this event.
Who Should Attend
Fleet managers, fleet coordinators, fleet administrators and any individual working to manage an organisations vehicles. You should also bring your upper management team, so they'll be aware of the issues you face and need to plan for in the future.
Latest Fleet Vehicle Trends and Connected Vehicles
Presented by: David Crawford
The new frontier of the motoring industry is of course the journey toward autonomy; science and technology changes daily. Transport and mobility are no longer in a monopoly.
Tranquil little NZ tucked down the bottom of the world has everything to gain, according to David Crawford.
“There will be more change in the new vehicle space over the next 10 years than there has been over the last 60 years,” he says. “New Zealand fleet managers and the transport sector will need to plan for smart vehicles, changes in the fuel mix and for progress towards autonomous vehicles.”
The Land of the Long White Cloud is in many respects a long way ahead of its cousins across the pond.
“This is a big challenge as New Zealand is a ‘technology taker’. The pace of technology-based change is increasing in three broad areas: fuels, connected vehicles, and mixed driving fleet from manual to automated to autonomous vehicles.”
This star-gazing PDF will look at the international trends on new vehicles being made available for Kiwi fleets, and alignment with government aspirations for the sector in terms of environment and safety. Plus we’ll take note of key New Zealand fleet trends so you can run with the pack.
The Road Safety Partnership Program (RSPP) bringing together key organisations to co-design and lead road safety projects.
Presented by: James Newton
Internationally road safety through collaboration and partnerships has been noted as a successful way of sharing the responsibility of reducing road trauma. Going beyond the traditional road controlling authorities and engaging a wider audience that can influence a greater safe system conversation without the need for legislation or government led regulation.
The Road Safety Partnership Program (RSPP) is a vehicle established to support New Zealand organisations, private and public, with the implementation of positive cultural change with respect to road safety and the reduction of the crashes and the severity of road related trauma. Bringing together government, business and research organisations to co-design and lead road safety projects, The program will create a collaborative operating environment. The Programme’s mission statement as set out in the vision is, “shared responsibility, giving effect to the New Zealand Road Safety Strategy, Safer Journeys 2010 - 2020 and Safer Journeys Action Plan 2016- -2020.”
Novotel & Ibis Auckland Ellerslie
72-112 Greenlane Rd East, Ellerslie, Auckland 1051, NEW ZEALAND
Time: 8.00am - 11.00am
David Crawford | CEO | Motor Industry Association
David took up the role of CEO of the MIA in February 2013. The Motor Industry Association represents the interests of the official New Zealand distributors for new cars, trucks and motorbikes. It is the voice of the new vehicle industry, set up to provide a unified point of view and drive progress on issues that concern the sector, such as vehicle safety, low emissions vehicles, vehicle exhaust emissions, fuel standards, consumer standards etc.
David is a graduate of Massey University and has worked over 20 years in government, including several years as General Manager Land Transport Safety and Environment at the Ministry of Transport. In that role he led the development of the current Safer Journeys Road Safety Strategy up to the point of public consultation and the climate change transport work program. Other roles have included a stint on the Wellington District Council of the Automobile Association of NZ and from 2011 to 2014 he was on the Motorcycle Safety Advisory Council.
James Newton | Road Safety Consultant | NZ Transport Agency
James is passionate about safe system delivery through shared responsibility and through public private collaboration. Over the last ten years he has facilitated, established and implemented collaborative partnerships and safe system based projects between governments, research institutions and corporate organisations. I have had the privilege and opportunity to be involved in road safety implementation in both developed and developing countries.
James is contracted to the NZ Transport Agency for the delivery of the Road Safety Partnership Programme and previously held the role as the Regional Road Safety Advisor within the Southern region.
Two of his favoured quotes in road safety are, Soames Job, World Bank Lead "road safety is not charity, it's an economic investment" and “If we wish to change behaviour, we must modify the environment in which the behaviour occurs, so the changed conditions point to and reinforce the desired behaviour. Mere “messages” alone won’t work” Hugh MacKay, psychologist, social researcher and writer.
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