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Young adults 17-25

Young adults 17-25

Learner Driver Support Programme Ireland

Monday, 3 October, 2022 - 12:00 to 14:00
Europe House, European Commission Representation
Ireland

ROAD SAFETY REPORT:1998-2022

Our annual appeal Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Ms. Hildegarde Naughton has announced that she intends to double the fine for failing to stop at a school warden sign. This will see the fine increase from €80 to €160. The announcement comes as the Road Safety Authority (RSA) and...
L’arresto cardiaco è un importante problema sanitario in Europa e in tutto il mondo. Ogni anno oltre 400.000 persone in Europa e 60.000 in Italia sono colpite da arresto cardiaco. Nel 70% dei casi l’arresto cardiaco è testimoniato da non sanitari che possono iniziare le manovre di rianimazione...
Tuesday, 20 September, 2022 - 00:00 to Thursday, 10 November, 2022 - 00:00
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Czech Republic

Утре (29.06.2022) за четвърта поредна година Държавна агенция „Безопасност на движението по пътищата“ ще отбележи деня, посветен на пътната безопасност.
С демонстрация ще бъде показан планът „С.П.А.С.И.“ и взаимодействието на различните служби по време на пътен инцидент. Партньори в акцията са още Столична община, ПБЗН, ЦСМП, „Пътна полиция“, „Охранителна полиция“ и БЧК.

Road Safety Institute (RSI) “Panos Mylonas” and Cyprus Automobile Association (CAA) participated in the Road Safety Week for the Cypriot National Guard

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.

The German Road Safety Council (DVR) created the idea to highlight every third Saturday of June the issues of transport accidents. This year, Allianz Motor Insurance Germany and AZT Automotive GmbH helped with creating more awareness via a broad social media campaign. Police, traffic alert services, medical supporters, fire fighters, transport companies, and nameless others participate with their actions. The campaign, named "Vision Zero Heroes!" was based on the psychology of praising good behaviour instead of blaming the bad behaviour.

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