Webinar: How Your NGO Can Reduce Work-Related Road Casualties—Coming Soon
//= $designation ?>
In fall 2017, the Alliance, in collaboration with the Eastern Alliance for Safe and Sustainable Transport (EASST) and the Automobile Club of Moldova (ACM), will be launching a new webinar on occupational road safety.
One in three road crashes happens when people are driving for work purposes. Therefore, reducing the risk of commercial vehicles and public transport in this way could play a significant role in cutting road fatalities globally and achieving the targets of the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020.
Alliance member ACM, Moldova, has created a fleet-management training program that has seen an 85% reduction in fatalities and 53% reduction in injuries on public transport over a three-year period. In this webinar, EASST will present the case for occupational road safety and how NGOs can influence that agenda, and ACM will present their case study, explaining their partnerships with public transport agencies, the police, and local governments, the learning they took from fleet management projects in other countries, and how they achieved their impressive results.
- To present the case for improving occupational road safety management and how this links to the SDG targets
- To demonstrate to road safety NGOs globally how they can proactively contribute to this mission
- Why occupational road safety is important
- ACM case study - “How we reduced road casualties in occupational settings”
- Local Road Partnerships in Moldova
- Four steps
- The results
- Company case study
- Methods to improve fleet safety
- EASST Online Course for Managers
More information, including links to the webinar presentation and evaluation form, will appear on this webpage.
Sign up for the webinar HERE. Sign up closes 2 October 2017.