Our school was chosen as a school ambassador and carrier for the Day project without mobile phones. Our students, together with our Police department and interior ministry, warned the public of the danger of using mobile phones in traffic.The project is conceived so that in the first year of campaigning (2017) except the announcement campaign will be announced on October 21st as the Day Without Mobile Phones.
The project has been approved and financially backed by the National Security Program
On Thursday, October 11, 2018. In our school a lecture was held within the Croatian Automobile Club (HAK) preventative educational program "KLIK - habits of responsible behavior" of the National Traffic Safety Program of the Republic of Croatia. Third and fourth grades participated in the lecture presenting the role of the belt as traffic safety factors through lectures and overturn simulators and frontal impact simulators that did had the opportunity to try and see the danger of not using the belt.
This year Technical School Slavonski Brod (TSSB) participated in Project EDWARD - Day without Road Death by organizing two activities in order to show future generation of traffic participants how to be safe in traffic, and how, by working together, we can save lives. The first successfully accomplished activity was a lecture held on September 14, honouring World First Aid Day. First year students and their teachers listened to a lecture on how to recognize an injured person and provide the adequate care.
On 23 February 2017, members of the Veterans Croatia motor club together with Croatian Automobile Club (HAK) and the Brod - Posavina Police Department, held a workshop and a lecture entitled "Sober Driver" in Technical School Slavonski Brod. The aim of the project was to show the dangers of alcohol and drugs on judgement of impaired drivers and their diminished driving capabilities, the risks of using mobile phones while driving, and driving above the speed limit - speeding. One of the goals was to promote the use of seat belts, and to improve the safety of children in a vehicle.
Technical School as part of the project “Goo Be Cool” and Culture Week 23.-27.1.2017.has been recognized the traffic culture as an important part of prevention program of traffic safety. The students through the three parts of traffic culture met with the transport culture of pedestrians, cyclists traffic culture and traffic culture motorcyclists and drivers. In Technical School we recognized the problem of traffic culture as one part of a preventive program for traffic safety.