On this page you can find all the Guidelines and Tools you need to design, implement and evaluate your road safety actions. Especially useful for existing members, or any organization considering joining the Charter.
These guidelines have been developed to help the ERSCharter members to apply for the Good Practice label.
They build on the experiences and knowledge gathered from the ERSCharter commitments and road safety activities submitted to date as well as on expert contributions from the scheme's scientific advisers.
By creating a quality mark, the ERSCharter wishes to endorse outstanding road safety practices: commitments characterised by the quality and effectiveness of their approach, by an innovative and creative set of resources, and responding to key road safety challenges.
The aim of these guidelines is to assist you to design and carry out the impact assessment for your road safety commitment. These guidelines capitalise on the knowledge gathered from the existing ERSCharter signatories and road safety activities from 2007 - 2013, as well as on expert contributions from the programme scientific advisers.
How do I plan, implement and evaluate my road safety actions - Short Version