WHAT IS THE SUMMIT?
The Zero Fatalities Safety Summit is an opportunity for safety officials and advocates to share experiences, opportunities and successes in improving safety in our communities. The Summit is designed to foster discussion and interaction between presenters and participants on a variety of topics, including the state's strategic highway safety plan, crash data usage, safety education programs, impaired driving, teen driving, engineering, safety restraint systems and enforcement opportunities, among others. Together, we can make the road we share safe for everyone.
WHEN IS THE SUMMIT?
April 13–14, 2016 at the Utah Valley Convention Center. (With a pre-conference on April 12.)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Law enforcement personnel, city, county and state government officials, educators and counselors, traffic safety engineers, child passenger safety technicians, emergency responders, judicial members, health and medical professionals and all other traffic safety advocates. Come prepared to share and gain ideas and find new ways to improve traffic safety in Utah.
*Includes: entrance into the 2016 Safety Summit, two continental breakfasts, two lunches, morning and afternoon refreshment breaks and all Summit materials.
CPS and Crash Reporting Pre-Conference........$10
Registration will open September 1, 2015.
You may pay by credit card through PayPal, (although a PayPal account is not required), check, or we can invoice you. All registration fees must be paid prior to attending.
The 2016 Zero Fatalities Safety Summit will be held April 13-14 at the Utah Valley Convention Center in Provo, Utah, just 45 minutes south of Salt Lake City.