MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT
European Road Safety Charter
good practice

Good practice submission

What problem did you address/are you addressing? 
Post road accident collision intervention in line with United Nations (UN) Decade of Action Fifth Pillar (recognises the benefits derived from effective Post Collision Intervention and Care).
SHARE WITH US YOUR OBJECTIVES: 
Support all blue light emergency services to form the Moldova Rescue Organisation that will deliver a sustainable approach to reducing injuries and fatalities resulting from post-crash road accidents.
Donate fully equipped fire appliances with enhanced road accident rescue capabilities and the required training to operate such equipment that will include Trauma care for blue light services (Police & Fire and Rescue Service).
The provision of support and guidance for Moldova to be a self-sufficient and contributing member of the World Rescue Organisation through the successful delivery of the Moldova inaugural National Extrication Challenge.
LIST THE ACTIONS YOU CARRIED/ARE CARRYING OUT: 
Date 
Monday, 1 April, 2013 to Wednesday, 31 December, 2014
Name of action 

Project start-Up – This will be undertaken by UKRO IDP Officers and the Project Manager, and will consist of the development of key areas in order that approval can be sought for the Project to commence, these include:
•           Deliver the UKRO IDP Remote Analysis Form to the existing single point of contact (SPOC) and ensure thorough completion,
•           Creation of Aims and Objectives for the Scoping Visit and development of a plan to communicate with key stakeholders within the Focus Country, and
•           Undertake a suitable and sufficient Scoping Visit.
This stage was completed between April - December 2013

Date 
Sunday, 1 December, 2013 to Monday, 31 March, 2014
Name of action 

Initiating the Project – This will consist of in-depth discussions between UKRO IDP Officers and the Project Manager, where the key areas of work will be identified via:
Development of a full and comprehensive Project Initiation Document (PID).
It is anticipated that this stage will operate between December and March 2014.

Date 
Tuesday, 31 March, 2015 to Saturday, 31 October, 2015
Name of action 

This stage will see the implementation and application of stage 1 and includes:
The creation of a bespoke 5 day Road Traffic Collision (RTC) operators training course (For Fire service middle managers)
The delivery of associated training materials including PowerPoint presentations and videos (translated to Romanian)
The delivery of the RTC operators training package (in Moldova)
The provision of support and guidance for Moldova to develop their Rescue Organisation.
The provision of WRO Rescue Challenge Concept (RCC) Protocols, Standards, etc.
The attainment of Level 3 WRO Membership following the formal creation of a Macedonia Rescue Organisation.
Source and deliver fire appliances and equipment including road accident capabilities.

Date 
Saturday, 31 October, 2015 to Monday, 31 October, 2016
Name of action 

This stage will see the implementation and application of work previously identified that includes:
The creation and delivery of a National Extrication Challenge against WRO Standards,
Deliver training for future Logistic requirements of National Extrication Challenges,
Deliver training for future Challenge Management requirements of National Extrication Challenges,
Deliver training for future Assessor requirements of National Extrication Challenges,
The provision of a Senior UKRO IDP Representative for the purpose of Quality Assurance (QA) in relation to the WRO Membership process
The attainment of Level 2 WRO Membership following the completion of the National Extrication Challenge. Application to WRO will be required.
The provision of a bespoke Road safety programme to be delivered in schools by UKRO IDP road safety experts supported by both UK and Moldova road safety NGO’s

Date 
Saturday, 31 October, 2015 to Monday, 31 October, 2016
Name of action 

This stage will include:
On-going sustainability of the National Extrication Challenge, against WRO Standards, through the continued development of a Moldova Rescue Organisation.
 
The delivery of a second National Extrication Challenge
 
The provision of a Senior UKRO IDP Representative for the purpose of Quality Assurance (QA) in relation to the WRO Membership process
Explore further options for the donation of aid (fire appliances and equipment) in conjunction with partner organisations
Support Moldovan Rescue Organisation.

How many people did you reach/have you reached? 
Describe the characteristics of your target audience 
This project will see a diver range of targeted individuals ranging from school children (age 5-15) through the road safety campaign.The implementation of road traffic extrication training to firefighters and trauma training to both police and fire service personnel.There are the unknown elements through the post-crash response where the fire and police service will respond to road traffic collisions to provide on scene service.
DID/DO YOU HAVE AN EXTERNAL PROVIDER TO IMPLEMENT YOUR ACTIVITIES? 
external Evaluation 
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Name of external evaluator 
We work with a number of NGO’s to provide specifc áreas of expertense where required. These include Fire Aid, Blythswood Care, http://www.easst.co.uk/ and ACM :: About ACM
How did you disseminate/are you disseminating results? 
• The project results will be presented to the UKRO and WRO committees through the submission of the end stage project report by the UKRO IDP project team.• The Moldova Rescue Organisation will be responsible for producing an annual report for submission to relevant Government ministers and will include road safety NGO partners has highlighted above.
How did you evaluate/are you evaluating the success of your action? 
The project will be continually evaluated over the course of the project and measured against the current available statistic in the following areas -• Number of road accidents over each twelve month period• Number of Injuries resulting from road accidents over each twelve month period• Number of Fatalities resulting from road accidents over each twelve month periodEach of the above will be categorised by - type pedestrian, two wheel, four wheel, horse and cart, HGV etc.The expectation will be that there is evidence to support a decline in road accident and injuries/fatalities over the course of the project.This evaluation process will continue through the Moldova Rescue Organisation and will feed into the WRO.
Who carried/carries out the evaluation activities? 
External evaloation
Internal evaluation
When did/will you carry out the evaluation? 
before after and continuous monitoring
HOW MANY GROUPS DID YOU EVALUATE/HAVE YOU EVALUATED? 
Number of interventions groups 
1
Number of control groups 
3
PLEASE LIST THE INDICATORS YOU USE TO MEASURE SUCCESS 
Number of road accidents over each twelve month period
Number of Injuries resulting from road accidents over each twelve month period
Number of Fatalities resulting from road accidents over each twelve month period
Each of the above will be categorised by - pedestrian, two wheel, four wheel, horse and cart, HGV etc.
PLEASE DESCRIBE THE EVALUATION TOOLS YOU USE I.E. SURVEYS, INTERVIEWS, FOCUS GROUPS, ETC. 
Data analysis from in country governmental departments.
Ongoing discussions through the Moldova Rescue Organisation (Focus group).