E-conference on Health and Safety.

Health and Safety Challenges In East Africa: Road Traffic Safety for the Public Good

WHEN

MAY 29 – 31 2019

Time allocations to come soon

WHERE

ONLINE : ZOOM

SOCIAL

#vuudigitallearning

CALL FOR ABSRACTS

Road transport is facing its busiest times today. There has been an exponential increase in the number of road users (pedestrians and vehicles, and sometimes even animals). The same roads are also constantly being repaired and maintained at the same time. Next to these roads are businesses and industrial operations.
 
The busy roads call for attention to transportation safety, compromised by the increase of accidents, pollution, and different social and environmental disruptions.
 
This E-Conference calls for a discussion around “Road traffic safety for the public good”. Students and professionals in safety and transportation. Policy makers and road users are all encouraged to take part.

 

Conference Timelines

Receiving of abstracts and presentations.
Feb 13 – April 19, 2019
 
Deadline for receiving of papers
May 17 2019
 
Deadline for receiving of presentations
May 25 2019
 

Attend conference

There are two ways to take part in this e-conference.

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE

Adalbertus Kamanzi

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Adalbertus Kamanzi

With a keen interest in teaching and researching on development issues, particularly in the area of gender and development discourses. Dr. Kamanzi is a long term lecturer and research fellow at various universities including Uganda Martyrs University and African Studies Center, Leiden

Greg Coleman

Experienced Managing Director with a demonstrated history of working in the oil & energy industry.Strong business development professional skilled in risk management related to Gas, Petroleum, Assetmanagement, Offshore and onshore, and HSE.

Vice Chacellor

Prof. Everd Maniple

With over 25 years experience in the fields of Medicine and Public Health, and 18 years in higher education and research, he is trying to research into how ICTs can reduce the gap between the people with health needs and the experts with the knowledge to meet those needs, so that distance is no longer a barrier to accessing health care and enjoyment of a high quality of life