European Road Safety Charter
Road Safety in action

Recent members' activities

On this page, you can browse various initiatives designed to improve road safety, carried out by our Charter members.

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Our organisation is actively committed to road safety and has implemented a number of initiatives across the business to improve safety for our colleagues and the general public. A great example of this is the use of telematics data from our onboard vehicle tracking system to report back vehicle speed and driver behaviour. Combined with a Group-wide policy and campaign reinforcing the law on UK road speed limits we have been able to effectively manage road safety across our organisation.

The Finnish Motor Insurers’ Centre (FMIC) is a cooperation body of motor insurance companies in Finland. Their joint traffic safety efforts are coordinated and supervised by the Traffic Safety Committee of Insurance Companies (VALT), a body appointed by the Board of the Finnish Motor Insurers’ Centre. Based on legislation (Act 24/2001) the FMIC organizes the investigation of road and cross-country traffic accidents and upkeeps the accident database. In Finland, every fatal road and cross-country accident is investigated in-depth and on-the-spot by multidisciplinary investigation teams.

Kurs prawa jazdy kat B z 10 h ciekawostek i wiedzy praktycznej ekspertów techniki jazdy, pierwszej pomocy i psychologii transportu - w tym jazdy na trolejach, w alkogoglach oraz test STEWARTA.

Migliorare la qualità della vita, oggi e per le generazioni future.

Puntare  al raggiungimento di una  maggiore sicurezza  stradale  rappresenta un obiettivo  così sensibile  e  così  importante  da essere  avvertito   a livello internazionale,  in  quanto  ogni   anno  in   Europa  muoiono  più  di  35.000  persone   (l'equivalente  di  una  città  di  medie  dimensioni)  e  i feriti  sono  circa 1.500.000.  Il  costo per la società, sia in  termini di  vite umane che di  spese mediche, è altissimo: supera i 120 miliardi di euro.