MyLAC project - jointly conducted by the Vias Institute and FEVR was to gain a better understanding of the range of consequences of road crashes for injured #RoadVictims. Our results showed that about half of the victims that were not considered at fault did not go to court and that a similar proportion of them did not receive any compensation for neither injuries nor for pain and suffering.
European Union Agency for Railways and the European Commissioner for Transport have recently invited members of different National Safety Agencies to Sign the European Railway Safety Declaration. Initiative was introduced in order to establish a positive safety culture or railways in Europe, while also encouraging the railway sector to be working closely together.
Declaration itself demonstrates the commitment of European railway leaders to raise awareness and promote a positive safety culture throughout the entire industry, in different European countries.
International driver training specialist . Delivering road safety to schools and on road risk assessments to companies to improve driver abilities. Delivering training in cars,buses and lorries. Work along side the UK MOD delivering driver training and supercar instructors,deliver road safety training, Defensive driving driving, fleet correction driving assessments,vehicle familiarisation, Vehicle demonstration, Training days, on-road training, in-class training, nationally and internationally.
We have place photos of our loved ones who were killed on the roads in white photo frames. The number of frames indicative of the numbers killed in one year. Numbers mean nothing to people but when they see the real people behind the statistics it has a huge impact. Each person killed, much more than just a number. We have taken our display to schools, road safety roadshows, companies, ploughing championships, outdoor events, and Houses of Parliament. In so doing we have helped to get road safety legislation passed which had been previously opposed.
We are pleased to inform you that the deadline for applying for the Excellence in Road Safety Awards 2018 has been extended to 15 April.
The categories in which you can send us your good practices are as follow: • Large businesses • Small and medium-sized enterprises • Schools • Universities and research institutes • Local, regional and national authorities • Associations
One of the central goals of road operators is to achieve road safety across the entire road network. With SAFE, we carry out comprehensive analyses to reliably assess the risk of accidents on existing and planned roads and develop measures to reduce accidents.