BPA re-launch Charter to promote professionalism and standards in the Healthcare sector
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Chair: Jug Johal, Head of Transport, Car Parking and Security at Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Details of the next meeting (in 2013) will be posted here in due course.
BPA special interest group meetings are a great opportunity to:
- Network with like minded colleagues
- Learn from practical case studies and other parking experts
- Meetings make a valuable contribution to your CPD record
- Keep up to date with news and updates from the sector
- Share your valuable experience
The most recent meeting was held November 28th 2012.
The group previously met on the 21st February 2012. You can view the agenda of topics discussed here (pdf).
A previous meeting took place on the 24th November 2011. View topics discussed (pdf).
A previous meeting was combined with the Higher Education SIG and took place at Royal Horticultural Halls Conference Centre, Greycoat Street, London SW1P 2QD on Tuesday 28th June 2011.
For the agenda of this meeting, please click here .
Prior to this, the previous meeting took place on Wednesday 20th April at Mid Staffs NHS Trust.
Here is a summary of some of the key the topics which were discussed at this meeting; -
- Enforcement – we will be taking quite an in depth look at the methods and legal issues involved in enforcement at healthcare sites, this will also include an update on the parts of the Protection of Freedoms Bill which will impact on healthcare parking.
- Benchmarking – we will look at the current benchmarking taking place in healthcare parking and discuss how this might be extended to provide those managing parking with useful reference material and ability to measure their performance.
- Good Practice – the Healthcare Facilities Consortium (HFC) has recently launched the Good Practice Guide for parking which they will present and discuss how this ties in with the Hospital Parking Charter launched last year.
- Planning for provision of parking – we will take a look at ways healthcare sites can predict demand for parking and methods of managing peak traffic flows – we also wish to discuss/debate how healthcare sites calculate the ratio of spaces provided for staff/patients/visitors and whether they consider the current ratio is balanced.
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