MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT
European Road Safety Charter
Educational staff

Educational staff

Tuesday, 20 September, 2022 - 00:00 to Thursday, 10 November, 2022 - 00:00
on-line
Czech Republic

-Do you know how minors travel when they get on the school bus?
-Do you think that traveling is safe or only in regulations?
-What can we do as families so that our children travel safely?

In this talk we will inform you of the current regulations, how our minors travel when they get on the school bus and we will show you how to necessarily travel to be safe.

PF CONE is the name of the world's first geolocated traffic and emergency cone. The new cone created by GRUPO PF SEGURIDAD VIAL (a subsidiary of ERUM VIAL and ERUM GROUP) in collaboration with the Motor for Transport Department from Spain (DGT) will provide the exact location of any emergency area that these cones have previously delimited.

Children are our most vulnerable road users but they cannot be responsible for their own safety when using the road. They simply do not have the cognitive skills to be able to recognise danger, therefore programmes like the Back to School campaign and Safe Cross Code are vital in teaching children...
The technology can’t avoid all kind of road accidents. So, we focus in creating the “Life Saver Seat” solution to make the rescue of victims faster and more save. We reduced the rescue time by 70%, and thus reduced the number of road victims by 50%!! The problem during the rescue process is...
In today’s digital age, more and more data is collected every day in the field of transportation. Still, authorities solely rely on historical traffic accident data to detect black spots. This leads to the shortcoming that accidents must happen before measures are taken. Additionally, in relation...
Kiekvienais metais kelyje eismo įvykiuose nukenčia arba žūsta vaikai. Pavyzdžiui 2021 metais sužeistų vaikų Lietuvos keliuose iki 15 metų buvo 405, žuvusių 7. Kasmet šis skaičius išlieka panašus ir deja yra per didelis. Dažnai eismo nelaimės įvyksta tamsiuoju paros metu, kai vaikai rudens rytais...
The driver, especially the younger driver continues to be a weak link when it comes to road safety. In 2015, of the 166 fatalities on irish roads, those aged between 16 -25 years accounted for the largest portion at 27% (source RSA). Some of the commonly cited theories to explain this age groups...
As ANWB, we aim for zero road casualties in 2050. In order to achieve this ambitious goal it is of vital importance that kids start learning about road safety from an early age. The earlier they learn how to ride a bike and get safely from point A to point B the more responsible traffic...
Data collected by the Road Safety Authority showed that there had been a resurgence in drink driving in Ireland. A legacy of historical anti-drink driving advertising had reduced the behaviour, but a new cohort of younger people, who have never been exposed to it, were drinking and driving anew...

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