Transport manager conference available online

Tunbridge Wells, UK: A virtual version of Logistics UK’s 2022 Transport Manager conferences is available on demand until 10 December.

Virtual Transport Manager follows a similar format to the in-person events currently being held around the country, providing compliance and regulatory information.

The Traffic Commissioners have been involved for the whole series of events, virtual and live, wand will give their priorities for the year ahead and how to avoid non-compliance.

The programme also includes the Transport Manager calendar, a compliance update, and sessions on vehicle in-service standards, managing safety technology, driving down the cost of fleet insurance, technology and the balance of risk, and preparing a fleet for electrification. 

Chris Yarsley, road freight regulation policy manager, Logistics UK, said: “Transport Manager is well established in the industry as a great place to gain all the briefing information you need. The online version is an ideal way to keep your knowledge and expertise up to date, even if you don’t have time to attend one of the conferences in person, so anyone who missed it the first time round can now book themselves on.” 

It’s still not too late to attend Transport Manager in person, with live events still to take place in Cardiff on 24 November and Coventry on 1 December. 


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