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Submit your good practice

We are pleased to inform you that the ‘Good practices’ section of the ERSC’s website is now open for submissions. A good practice can be any set of actions (strategies, measures, methods, approaches etc.) that have been successfully addressing a road safety problem. If you have undertaken a project falling under this description, share it with us by submitting your good practice. The deadline for your application is May 31st 2019.

By submitting your good practice, you will be eligible to win an Excellence in Road Safety Award. This year we have a special 'school challenge' with two subcategories (infants and children, and pre-teens and adolescents). It is important to note that the call for submissions is not only open for recently developed good practices, but submissions can also include less recent but still ongoing good practices.

In order to submit your good practice, you first have to sign a commitment by becoming a member of the ERSC community. You can find more information about joining the European Road Safety Charter on this page. More information on the call for good practices and the main evaluation criteria can be found here.

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Safety of load attachment in utility cars, as recently we we had some incidents related to this topic.
High child accident rate.
There are currently over 2 million older drivers in the UK. With major advances in medical car and healthier lifestyles, this is set to increase significantly over the coming years. The functional limitations pf the ageing process can make driving more difficult over time and, because it’s often a...
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).
Tackle the issue of Road Safety directed to young people and make them aware that road crashes consist the first cause of fatal and serious injuries for ages 15-29.

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