Road Transport Management Systems (RTMS) and ISO standards as drivers of road transport sustainability, will come under the spotlight on 20 March, when accredited certification body JC Auditors hosts the monthly Transport Forum.
This complimentary virtual event will start at 9 am and run until midday. A range of speakers will present on the topic, including JC Auditors Managing Director Oliver Naidoo, who will speak about linking business strategy with management systems and sustainability. “Certification to RTMS and various ISO standards is often a prerequisite for tenders and contracts as their value is being increasingly recognised by the corporate world,” says Naidoo. “Adherence to road transport and ISO management systems have proven benefits such as better risk management, higher compliance and increased productivity.”
These voluntary self-regulatory systems have demonstrated significant benefits to the economy including preservation of the road network, emissions reduction, and improving road safety, delivering not only tangible economic benefit, but perhaps more significantly making the roads safer for the benefit of the country’s citizens.
The Forum will look at how leading transport companies are embracing these management systems as key drivers of their business sustainability, while leading researchers will discuss new innovative technologies being used to promote safety and sustainability in road transport operations.
The programme includes:
To register for this complimentary event, go to https://transportsig.com/
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