European Road Safety Charter
Bezpečnost silničního provozu v akci

Good practices

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A good practice is the activity (campaign, project, techniques or other) that a member has undertaken to improve road safety in their environment, that has been assessed for effectiveness in addressing the problem and proven to be successful.

If you have undertaken a project falling under this description, share it with us by submitting your good practice

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Good practices

We wanted to address elementary school students in relation to visibility. Knowing that high visibility garments are not very much liked by children, we wanted to find out what are those objects, garments, which they would prefer wearing (the 6-14 age group)?Aim of the program: to call the...
It calls the attention to the risks of driving under fatigue. According to certain researches this is an even greater accident risk than drink driving. The initiative has been implemented in many parts of the world, in many ways. The Hungarian programme could be considered unique because it tries...
Driving a vehicle on company business represents the highest risk work activity that our sales forces engage in and the company identified early on that we need to reduce the number of injuries and crashes we were having. Full year 2015, Johnson & Johnson’s global fleet size was over 33.800...
Approximately 2,000 children die due to road injury each year, making it the second leading cause of death among Vietnamese children ages 5–14. Motorcycles account for 95% of registered vehicles in Vietnam, and their users account for 75% of Vietnam’s road traffic fatalities. The motorcycle is...
As part of Johnson & Johnson’s SAFE Fleet global initiative, high risk drivers – determined by their injury, collision and incident records - were given the opportunity to participate in a product called the Virtual Risk Manager (VRM) COACH Telematics Program. The program is designed to help...