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Stamp it Out Summit - who is actually attending

Stamp it Out Roadworker abuse - leading influencers from transportation sector stand together to support industry initiative.

Featuring a presence from the Department for Transport as well as senior thought leaders from key players across the highways sector, we are now pleased to be able to announce some of the key attendees of this year’s inaugural Stamp it Out Summit.

Taking place on the 13th June 2023 the event will be chaired by Phil Clifton, Managing Director of Balfour Beatty Highways, who is also the project sponsor for the programme and features a stellar line up of speakers, as for the first time, client and contractor come together to fine effective solutions to end the abuse of our workforce on the public highways.

In the audience for the day will also be some of the key thought leaders from across the transportation and infrastructure sector, including many from both government and local authority as, for the first time, industry comes to together to find solutions towards making abuse of those who we put to work a thing of the past.

Attendees include:

  • Paul Crick Director of Highways and Transportation Essex County Council

  • Joana Faustino Lead Work Psychologist RSSB

  • Matthew Eglington Head of Local Highways Policy DfT

  • Scott Tompkins Assistant Director for Environment Service Warwickshire CC

  • Nicola Uijen Head of HSE, Capital Delivery Network Rail

  • Mark Averill Interim Director Transport and Highways Herefordshire CC

  • Steve Helliwell Managing Director BBLP

  • Ross Vickers Head of HSE TRU

  • Chris Morgan HSE Director East West Rail

  • Dai Fussell Head of HSEQ Transport for Wales

  • John Dowsett CEO Octavius Infrastructure

With 1 in 2 of our workforce admitting that they face abuse whilst going about their daily works, Kevin Robinson, CEO of Safer Highways, the industry body at the forefront of the initiative emphasised why now, more than ever, there is a real need to tackle the issue, starting with the high level summit, he said,

"Workforce abuse has long been a blight on our sector, having a massive impact on the perception of those looking to enter our industry.

"As a collective we must take positive steps to address the issue, but that can only come with stakeholder and contractor engagement and as such I am delighted to see both represented at this cross sector event.

"Until we present a united approach and a clear pathway to making abuse socially unacceptable this will always be a challenge.

All places for the event have now been allocated but anyone interested in being placed on a reserve list should email

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