The webinar on Evaluation of Road Safety actions was held on Monday 2 March and followed by 45 participants. Susanne Lindahl introduced the subject by putting stress on the need for monitoring and evaluation; she presented the interim evaluation of the Policy Orientations on Road Safety 2011-2020 and the challenges encountered. Frank Zarifian, from the global healthcare company Sanofi, presented the rigorous reporting and evaluation process that has been developed to reach an accurate measurement of the impact of their Road Safety strategy.
El pasado día 21/12/2014 se celebró en el domicilio social de la empresa Disfrimur en Sangonera La Seca (Murcia), la VI Jornada en Seguridad Vial. Un acto al cual asistieron los trabajadores y sus familias, para compartir este día y participar en las numerosas actividades en pro de la seguridad vial. Cómo todos los años viene siendo habitual, una concienciación, formación e información a través de diversos actos, tanto para trabajadores, como resto de familiares, niños...
S.A.M.E Academy has been designed to educate, young, novice and the next generation of drivers around the importance of road safety. This innovative organisation aims to contribute dramatically to reducing the instances of road traffic accidents and driving related crimes in the UK, within young people (14-21 years old). As you may know, young drivers are the most at risk road user with more than 2 of every 5 deaths involving a young drive.
We propose to companies and individuals several types of training sessions for all types of vehicles, on road, track and simulator. Our main focus is to train the participants to anticipate as much as possible all types of risks they might encounter on the road to avoid to put themselves and other users in danger.
Sanofi is a a global healthcare company engaged in the research, development, manufacturing and marketing of healthcare solutions. As such, 30.000 medical representatives detail our product to our customers in more than a 100 countries covering each year the equivalent of 17.000 times the tour of the planet! In Europe, we have not less than 4.000 medical reps hitting the road every day to meet our customers. Our objective is to bring them back home safe at the end of the day.
In September 2014 a number of organisations under the banner of FIRE AID delivered four fully equipped fire appliances and two ambulances to the Moldovan Fire Service in Nisporen. Nisporen is a small town some 60km west of the Moldovan capital Chisinau. Blythswood Care under the guidance of Finlay Mackenzie were instrumental in providing the logistical support that was required to see the safe delivery of the 6 vehicles and ensured that the welfare needs of the 19 strong UK emergency service Instructor team were met.
The evaluation report of the “Road Safety Advocates” (RSA) project represents an independent overview of what iRED managed to achieve on local, regional and national level in Bulgaria in the course of one and a half years of hard work. When speaking about working on grass-root level, empowering young people, developing local capacity, using latest innovation in road safety and reaching out to disadvantaged people, the RSA project is truly our masterpiece. This comprehensive document analyses collected information on all phases of the project lifespan.
The LIVES project evaluation report represents an independent overview of what iRED and its partners managed to develop in South Eastern Europe for the past 18 months, covering Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia and Poland. The document analyses the feedback of almost five thousand people, actively involved in the project as direct participants, volunteers, trainers and coordinators, and compares it to our previous initiatives “Volunteer! … through road safety” and “Actions Corresponding to the creativeness and local Opportunities in Road safety Development”.
Apart from health hazards, alcohol and drug consumption of youths and young adults represents a big problem - especially in road traffic. The number of accidents of young male and female novice drivers is – according to accident statistics of all European countries – above the average, although the number of road traffic accidents is decreasing annually. E.g. in Germany, the age group of 18 to 24 years causes about 25% of the accidents under the influence of alcoho and around 32% of the accidents under the influence of drugs, although they represent only 8% of the population.
En Aesleme (Asociación para el estudio de la lesión medular espinal) nos dedicamos a la prevención de aquellos accidentes que provocan lesiones medulares y cerebrales, así como a la sensibilización social, no sólo para disminuir la cifra de fallecidos y heridos, sino también para transmitir, a la población, los problemas –sociales, psicológicos y físicos- a los que se enfrentan las personas discapacitadas después de un accidente. Por ello, damos apoyo psicológico y jurídico gratuito e intervenimos en los proyectos de integración social (empleo, accesibilidad universal, etc.)
Meetings at hospitals, inserted in the path of future mothers, to raise awareness of the correct use of restraint systems for children and to share simple solutions to the problems for everyday's child mobility. 1 hours/month together with a cop and a psychologist discussing security in a simple and practical.
El exceso de información desinforma. Cambios y anuncios de cambios descolocan... Aquí encontrarás, en lengua catalana, la normativa completa sobre conducción de bicicletas actualizada y presentada de forma telegráfica y visual.