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Published on  
28. January 2014

Nato principalmente per far capire ai giovani che la vita e' un dono prezioso, e bisogna averne cura..
I punti chiave del corto/film sono 3.
1) Sicurezza in primis.. Mettersi il casco,  allacciarsi la cintura in auto.. Non usare cellulari..ecc
2) Capire che una distrazione anche minima possa determinare eventi catastrofici, sia per se stessi per per gli altri..
3) Non guidare in stati alternati di coscienza, determinati da alcol, droghe, e altri stupefacenti, che coinvolgono sia giovani che adulti.

Regista: Marcello Randazzo

Musiche : Marcello Randazzo

Aiuto regia: Giada Di Pasquale

Produzione: Gambino Michele , Rosanna Bosco

Direttore fotografia e montaggio: Ciak For You

/file/solo-111-metri-regia-di-marcello-randazzo-filmcorto_enSOLO 111 METRI Regia di Marcello Randazzo ( film/corto)

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28. January 2014
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http://www.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/road_safety_status/2013/en/

The Global status report on road safety 2013 presents information on road safety from 182 countries, accounting for almost 99% of the world’s population. The report indicates that worldwide the total number of road traffic deaths remains unacceptably high at 1.24 million per year.

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28. January 2014
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http://www.rsa.ie/

Sharing the Road with Cyclists

Cyclists are entitled to road space as much as cars, vans, goods vehicles or indeed any other vehicle on the road. This commercial aims to educate drivers on sharing the roads safely with cyclists, and motorists' responsibility to cyclists as vulnerable road users.

 - Road Safety Authority Ireland - 

/file/sharing-road-cyclists-road-safety-authority-ireland_enSharing the Road with Cyclists - Road Safety Authority Ireland

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28. January 2014
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http://www.mawwfire.gov.uk/English/Area/Swansea-Command/Pages/Gorseinon.aspx

Gorseinon Young Firefighters do the Harlem Shake for Road Safety.

The Harlem Shake phenomenon that has become an overnight global internet sensation has inspired Young Firefighters from Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service to create their own version to promote road and fire safety advice.

/file/gorseinon-young-firefighters-do-harlem-shake-road-safety_enGorseinon Young Firefighters do the Harlem Shake for Road Safety

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28. January 2014
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http://ec.europa.eu/transport/road_safety/index_en.htm#sthash.TcI6FQns.dpuf

Short and synthetic document presenting the “Road safety trends, statistics and challenges in the EU 2011-2012”. Based on data from the EU road accident database (CARE), presenting the first provisional figures reported for 2012, it provides an overview of the latest road safety data and the main road safety developments in the EU.

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28. January 2014
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http://think.direct.gov.uk/index.html#sthash.Q8z5eJmX.dpuf

Studies have shown that drivers don’t fall asleep without warning. Drivers who fall asleep at the wheel have often tried to fight off drowsiness by opening a window, or by turning up the radio. This doesn't work for long. 

/file/think-dont-drive-while-tired_enTHINK! Don't drive while tired

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28. January 2014
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http://www.adac.de

Traffic signs, signals and important traffic rules in Germany.

  • Warning and information signs
  • Signs giving orders
  • Special and supplement signs
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28. January 2014
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http://www.etsc.eu/home.php

Towards safer transport of goods and passengers in Europe.

 

The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) has published a new report with highlights on improvements in goods and passenger transport fatalities.

The report contents are: Collisions involving heavy goods vehicles - Collisions involving light goods vehicles - Collisions involving buses or coaches - Driving for work - Interview - ETSC Recommendations.

10. February 2014
Verkeerseducatie Centrum VEC
The Netherlands
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28. January 2014
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http://www.who.int/roadsafety/projects/manuals/pedestrian/en/index.html#sthash.cQX1Snsi.dpuf

The World Health Organization (WHO) coordinated the preparation of this manual about Pedestrian safety togheter with FIA Foundation, Global Road Safety Partenership and The World Bank.

Pedestrian safety: a road safety manual for decision-makers and practitioners describes: the magnitude of pedestrian deaths and injuries; key risk factors; ways of assessing the pedestrian safety situation in a given setting and prepare an action plan; and how to select, design, implement and evaluate effective interventions. The manual stresses the importance of a comprehensive, holistic approach that includes engineering, legislation and enforcement as well as behavioural measures. It also draws attention to the benefits of walking, which should be promoted as an important mode of transport given its potential to improve health and preserve the environment.

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