Poland

10 July 2024 09:00 – 26 July 2024 15:00
Poland, Germany, Holland, Belgium, France
Poland

The longest celebration of the 7th UN Global Road Safety Week.

The last act of celebration of the 7th UN Global Road Safety Week has ended. Our project lasted 9 months, divided into 5 stages. First: children from school No. 285 painted pictures in a car showroom during winter break (February 2023). Second: creation of the Volvo Selekt Art Gallery during the UN Global Road Safety Week - buyers of used cars could buy one of the paintings. Third: a fund was created from the sale of paintings, we collected EUR 1,300. Fourth: we bought 4 bicycles, helmets and lighting to equip the "road safety room" at Primary School No. 285.

"Little Agatha" Action

Visits to primary school classes in Pruszków, as a response to the fatal hit of a 9-year-old girl who was returning home from school. She died 2 days later. The accident was a classic: one driver stopped before the zebra, the girl entered the crossing, the other driver ignored the situation... "Little Agatha" is a road sign symbol at schools.
Saturday, May 6, 2023 - 19:43
In 2018, an analysis of the causes of road crashes involving pedestrians in the voivodship Małopolskie in Poland found that 68% of such crashes occurred in the vicinity of pedestrian crossings. The Małopolska Voivodship Police Headquarters in Cracow undertook a detailed assessment of the illumination of and road markings at pedestrian crossings for the whole region. The study identified a large number of deficiencies, especially related to illumination. The official statistics confirmed the high risk for pedestrians on pedestrian crossings.
6 December 2022 09:00 – 11:00
VOLVO AUTOGALA SHOWROOM
Poland
Tuesday, June 21, 2022 - 16:33
Szkolenie w zakresie bezpieczeństwa na drodze
Thursday, June 9, 2022 - 20:59
Accidents in tunnels are characterized by a high intensity of impact on the environment and vehicles participating in the movement. The effects of such tears are great. In the case of the transport of dangerous goods, the lack of sufficient information may create additional, unexpected risks. Enabling the identification of dangerous goods entering tunnels can optimize risk management and aid decision making on progress.
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