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21 st october 2007 presenter ash hamid
21st October 2007

Presenter: Ash Hamid

Road Safety CampaignPresentation to Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM)(2007 FIM Biennial Session)

agenda
Agenda
  • KillSpills – Goals and Achievements
    • 2003 – The KillSpills team
    • Events covering 2004 -2006
    • Partnership and support
  • KillSpills – 2007
    • Events and projects in 2007
    • Awards and recognition
    • New technology
  • KillSpills – The future vision
    • The road ahead
    • Communication and collaboration
  • Q&A
goals achievements
Goals & Achievements
  • An overview of KillSpills
  • History – Real Biker, Real People
    • The KillSpills team
  • Education – All road user
    • Point of sale material
    • Poster & Leaflets
  • Distributors – Retailers & Distributors
    • Asda, Sainsbury’s, Tesco’s, Walkers......
  • Government & Media
    • Annual Report on Diesel Spills handed to Prime Minister
    • Support from MP’s and Government departments
    • Magazines and publications
7 point plan
7 Point Plan
  • Ensure that appropriate anti diesel spill leaflets are displayed at petrol stations, depot refuelling points and MOT vehicle inspection centresinforming users about the dangers of overfilling diesel tanks and/or not refitting the filler cap correctly.
  • Amending the Highway Code to highlight the dangers and publicise the penalties of spilling diesel on the public highway;.
  • Using the “THINK!” campaign to get the diesel spill message across to the public and transport operators, “Think! DIEsel Spills KILL”.
  • We ask that Government lead the debate to provide a European wide solution to the problem of diesel spills, to ensure that future generations of commercial vehicles and other diesel road users have anti-spill devices fitted as standard.
  • Encouraging Government Departments and Local Authorities to lead by example, ensuring that their drivers are fully briefed on the dangers of overfilling a diesel tank and/or not refitting the filler cap correctly.
  • Advising the general public to use 999 to report diesel spills.
  • Issuing guidelines to the emergency services relating to the removal of diesel.
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Goals & Achievements
  • Events covering 2004 -2006
    • Rally from Ace Cafe to Westminster (Downing St.)
    • 2004 – 700 Motorcycles with Police escort
    • 2005 – 3000 Motorcycles with Police escort
    • 2006 – 7000 Motorcycles with Police escort
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Goals & Achievements
  • Partnership and support
    • British Motorcyclists Federation (BMF)
      • Financial, Logistical and Administrative support
    • Metropolitan & Lancashire Police
      • Sgt Paul Mostyn and Metropolitan Police motorcycle team
      • Lancashire Police Ridesafe Backsafe Group
    • National Motorcycle Council
      • KillSpills has presence on several advisory groups
      • NMC - Technical Engineering & Environmental Sub Group
2007 achievements
2007 Achievements
  • Highway code amended
    • Recommendations from 7 point plan adopted
    • Best practices for handling diesel
  • 617 Rally
    • World record attempted
  • Awards and recognition
    • 2005 – Asda
    • 2006 – Sainsbury’s
    • 2007 – The Highways agency
  • New technology
    • Anti-spill devices
    • Additional anti-theft benefit
future vision
Future Vision
  • The road ahead
      • Lobby Government and EU
      • Join forces with road safety groups within the EU
      • Increase visibility – educate all road users
      • 2008 Rally events
  • Communication and collaboration
      • BMF (continuing our successful collaboration)
      • Police forces (Through-out the EU),
      • Government departments
      • European presence and association
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Q&A
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