2008 Conference Papers

2005 Surface Friction Conference

INTERNATIONAL SAFER ROADS CONFERENCE - MAY 2008

Please select from the papers below:

Conference Programme - Monday 12 May 

Professor Allsop - Conference address - See Presentations
 
Keynote Speaker - Roger Johansson - See Presentations
 

Stakeholder Session - Graham Bowskill chairing

Maria Novkov - IRF - See Presentations

Vijay Ramdas - TRL - See Presentations

Mark Stephenson - Cornwall County Council - See Presentations

British Horse Society - Mark Weston - See Presentations

British Motorcycle Association - Chris Hodder - See Presentations

Road User Alliance - Tim Green - See Presentations

RAC - Sheila Rainger - See Presentations

ROSPA - Kevin Clinton - See Presentations

Freight Transport Association - James Firth - See Presentations

Police - Mark Lamb - See Presentations

1Emergency Services - Simon Moore - See Presentations

 
Keynote Speaker - Ginny Clarke - See Presentations

Technical Session - Policy - Richard Wills chairing

Mark Stephenson - The management of Skidding using SCRIM
Investigatory levels to identify, manage and set priorities

UK

Sergio Vargas - Experience on the
Development of a National Friction Standard for Chile

Chile

Edward Lawrence - Good Practice - Safe Roads

UK

Marta Pagola - State of art of surface adherence
considerations in Argentina

Argentina

Charles Catt - The practical application of research in the
development of a local authority skidding policy

UK

Justin Weligamage - A Management Plan for Skid Resistance
on the Queensland State-Controlled Road Network

Australia

Noppadol Piyatrapoomi - Identifying Relationship between
Skid Resistance and Road Crashes using Probability-based Approach

Australia

Colin Brodie - Risk Ranking of Curves on NZ State Highways
for Skid Resistance Monitoring and Treatment

NZ

Peter Roe - Skid resistance policy in the UK ?where did it
come from and where is it going?

UK

 

Conference Programme - Tuesday 13 May 

Keynote Speaker - Michel Gothie - See Presentations
Technical Sessions

Materials - Simon Vanderbyl chairing

Peter Cenek - Factors influencing the In-Service Skid
Resistance Performance of Aggregates

NZ

David Woodward - The Effect of Aggregate Type and Size
on the Performance of Thin Surfacing Materials

UK-NI

Donald Burton - The skid resistance of aggregate blends on
in-service pavements

UK

Alan Dunford - The Wehner Schulze machine and its potential
use to improve aggregate specification

UK

David Woodward - Prediction of UK Surfacing Skid Resistance
using Wehner Schulze and PSV

UK-NI

Douglas Wilson - Comparison of Skid Resistance Performance
between Greywackes and Melter Slag Aggregates in New Zealand

NZ

Stacy Williams - An Investigation of the Design Parameters
Affecting the Microtexture and Macrotexture of 4.75mm Superpave
Mixtures

USA

Matthias Haselbauer - Influence of flow conditions in porous
asphalts on pollution and cleaning

Germany

Murray Clarke - Improved Skid Resistance Through Small Chip
Seal Design

NZ

Implementation - Jim Barton chairing

Louise Cauldwell - Implementation of HD28 in England

UK

Helen Viner - Skid policy ?guidance for implementation

UK

Donald Morrison - Implementing a Revised Skid Policy into
Scotland

UK

John Donbavand - Relationship between Skid Resistance and
Accidents on Local Roads in the South West of England

UK

Paul Hillier - Blame it on the Rain

Australia

Terry Boyle - SCRIM - A Project Tool!

NZ

Andy Stevenson - Using SCRIM investigatory levels to identify,
manage and set priorities - the investigation process

UK

Paul Hardy - The role of skid resistance measurement and reporting
in the development of highway asset risk management procedures

UK

Keynote Speaker - Dr Yoo - See Presentations

Measurement - Mark Owen chairing

John Donbavand - Long Term Study of Skid Resistance on
in-service Roads in England

UK

Philip Blagdon - A New Method for Referencing Skid Resistance
Measurements

NZ

Sergio Vargas - Assessment of Skid Resistance in Chilean Road
Network

Chile

Dave Cook - Establishing Equilibrium Skid Resistance

NZ

Peter Maurer - Skid resistance evaluation of Austrian tunnels

Austria

Helen Viner

UK

Sergio Vargas - Proposal of a comparison method to assess skid
resistance and macrotexture measured with different devices

Chile

John Bullas - Bituplaning: The Truth and the Friction concerning
Dry Friction and New Bituminous Road Surfaces

 

Safety Engineering - John Smart chairing

Marco Pasetto - Study on the Effect of Surface Texture Saturation
of Road Pavements with Drop on Road Markings

Italy

Richard Jordan - The effect of de-icers on skid resistance and
skidding accidents

UK

Ville Alatyppo - Efficiency of runway de-icing chemicals in practice

Finland

Jose R. Marcobal - Developing Surface Treatments Performance Models.
Application for Microgrinding and Blasting

Spain

Noel Nancekivell - Safety and Innovation are part of the delivery of the
ALPURT B2 motorway extension in New Zealand

NZ

Don Ivey - Innovations in Asphaltic Pavement Edge Profiles to Improve
Safety and Reduce Maintenance Costs

USA

Ali Zayerzadeh - Converting a Roundabout to an Intersection and Its
Effects on Crash Rates: Case Study in Mashad City of Iran

Iran

 

Conference Programme - Wednesday 14 May

Keynote Speaker - Peter Cenek - See Presentations

Technical Session - Safety Studies - Alison Jones chairing

Cassandra Simpson - Performance of High Skid Resistant Surfaces
- Crash Trends

Australia

Peter Roe - Early life skid resistance ?an assessment of accident
risk

UK

Ramesh Sinhal - How successful has the UK skid policy been?

UK

Johan Granlund - A new approach to prevent skid accidents on
bumpy roads

Sweden

Paul Hillier - Only a Macro Task?

Australia

Geoffrey Crabb - The Impact of Street Lighting on Night-Time
Road Casualties

UK

Mark Owen - NZ State Highway - Skid Resistance Successes

NZ

Technical Session - Legal Perspective - Stephen Child chairing

Carey Griffiths - A Multi-Agency Risk-Targeting Model: The New
Zealand Perspective

NZ

Simon Labbett - When the Wheels Fall Off

UK

Paul Hillier - Only a Snapshot in Time

Australia

Tim Sterling - The role of the expert in litigation and using
this experience to encourage best practice

UK

Ros Baldock - Understanding the RDIM and corporate
manslaughter Act

UK

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Technical Session - Technical Committee