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Principles of Passive Safety and the changes to EN12767 – What you need to know

  • Date(s)
    Monday, 20 January 2020
  • Time(s)
    Tea/coffee from 7:00 PM, presentation starts at 8:00 PM
  • Venue
    Tullamore Court Hotel, O'Moore Street, Tullamore, Co Offaly

About the event

This presentation will explain to managers, designers/safety engineers and specifiers the changes required by a new EN12767 (Passive Safety of Support Structures for Road Equipment. Requirements and Test Methods) Standard which was published in 2019.

This standard changes the way in which existing and new passive products are classified, affecting how they will need to be specified. It will look at individual classifications, how they did look and how they look now after publication of the new norm. Included in the new standard is the way in which the structures are planted/installed, performance over the lifetime of the structure and changes to standards around roof deformation.

About the speaker

Ian McDonald
Ian has worked in the highways industry since 2008, working in the ITS sector with Dynniq and currently heading up the UK and Ireland Operations for Pole Products, a division of Norsk Hydro. He is a member of the Council for the Highway Electrical Association (HEA) and represents Pole Products on the Lighting Colum Technical Forum (LCTF).  Ian has been a leading advocate in the use of passive safe roadside structures in the UK for many years and has played a key role in the growth and understanding of passive safety throughout the UK highway industry. He has been instrumental in the development of the most comprehensive range of passive safe products currently available.

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Admission is free and all are welcome.  We would however ask that those wishing to attend register in advance using the link provided.

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