4th ERSC Webinar - Road Safety & Risky Behaviour

16 May 2019 15:00 – 16:00


ERS Charter team
Risky behaviours, also known as the ‘Big Killers’, are an important cause of road crashes and fatalities. For this 4th ERSCharter webinar, we will focus on two types of risky behaviour in particular: driving under influence and speeding.
What are the latest data and evolutions within these behaviours? What risks are related to them? How can we prevent them? How can we raise awareness about these risks among citizens? What are the target groups? This new ERSCharter webinar will try to answer all of your questions about risky behaviour.
Practical Information
Date and time: Thursday May 16th 2019, 3:00 - 4:00 PM CETParticipation: Free of chargeRegister here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7677530554662546445
Fátima Pereira da Silva – “Driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs”


Fátima Pereira da Silva has a higher specialized qualification in Public Management of Road Safety (Rey Juan Carlos University / Pons Seguridad Vial). She completed advanced studies in Psychology (Psychology of Labour Organizations and Human Resources) and is an expert in Labour, Social and Organizational Psychology.
Fátima is a Board Member of the International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety (ICADTS) where she has responsibilities in the Marketing Committee, with a close working relationship to the Education Committee. She is also part of multiple international organizations and work groups in the field of traffic psychology and human factors.
As a consultant and specialist in the field of human factors & quality in mobility scenarios, Fátima’s focus work is developing awareness actions about the risks of alcohol consumption and drug use at work and behind the wheel.
Jan Jung – “Speeding: Community Speed Watch”


Jan Jung has been involved in road safety organizations since 2012, both as a police volunteer working for Surrey & Sussex Police and professionally as chief executive of the rapidly expanding Community Speedwatch Online. Under his stewardship, the organization has grown from a handful of concerned citizens in a corner of East Sussex to almost 3,000 fully trained operators organised in more than 600 groups across the UK. 
In June 2018, Jan and his team were honoured with the European Commission’s Excellence in Road Safety Award. At the award ceremony in Brussels, EU Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc presented the trophy to CSW Online for their inspirational and innovative initiatives to improve road safety and save lives on our roads.
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