European Road Safety Charter
Member Events

Finnish member meeting of the ERSCharter network

Mon, 09/30/2019 - 10:00 to 12:00
The National Museum of Finland, ‘Karhunpesä’ conference room, Mannerheimintie 34

The Finnish Crash Data Institute (OTI) invites the Finnish members of the ERSCharter to a road safety event held in Helsinki at the National Museum of Finland on Monday, 30 September, from 10.00 am to 12.00 am.
As members of the ERSCharter, you have signed a commitment to work towards improving road safety. Come join us to hear international speakers from the ERSCharter network and other Finnish members and to get actively involved in road safety work!
The European Road Safety Charter is a network operating under to the European Commission that encourages operators all over Europe to take road safety action.


Registration Welcome - Coffee


Welcome words

Kalle Parkkari, Road Safety Director, Finnish Crash Data Institute


Keynote speech

Mr Matthew Baldwin, Deputy Director DG MOVE and EC’s High Level Coordinator for Road Safety.


“European Road Safety Charter: new strategy and implementation of road  safety commitments”
Mrs Vassiliki Danelli-Mylona, ERSCharter Team and President of BoD, Hellenic Road Safety Institute (RSI) “Panos Mylonas”

Good practice examples on Road Safety from Finland


Improving loading safety in cooperation with customers - Driver safety training and guide Mr Timo-Pekka Niiranen, Quality, Environment, Safety and Security Manager and Tuomo Telama, Safety Advisor, DHL


Finnish Crash Data Institute OTI:
Traffic safety work and investigation of road accidents
Kalle Parkkari, Road Safety Director, Finnish Crash Data Institute


Road Safety Event: OTI is giving out pedestrian safety reflectors with the ERSCharter logo to the Traffic Police




End of meeting

In the event, at the eve of the National Reflector Day, the Finnish Crash Data Institute (OTI) donates reflectors with the ERSCharter theme to the police to be distributed to citizens. The reflector donation will be received by Assistant Police Commissioner Maria Hoikkala.
Coffee will be served in the event, for which purpose we kindly ask you to register by 27 September using this form (in Finnish):
On the same day, the Finnish Road Safety Council will arrange a discussion event of the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) at the Finlandia Hall that is located quite near the National Museum of Finland. Those invited to the event arranged by the Finnish Road Safety Council can easily proceed to the Finlandia Hall after the ERSCharter event for the afternoon. The ERSCharter event will end at approximately 12.00 pm.