Lithuania

The Lithuanian Automobile Sport Federation

The Lithuanian Automobile Sport Federation will commit to the European Road Safety Charter through the following action:
We will organise special events for students over 18 years of age. The main goal is to help students to improve their theoretical and practical knowledge. Motor racing trainers and well-known Lithuanian motor racing drivers will give one-hour theory sessions to participants on how to drive safely. Students participating in the events and visitors will compete in road rules tests.
In 2008, we plan to organise four events in different Lithuanian towns. There will be 60 participants in every event, which will be...

Association of Lithuanian Roads

We will commit to the European Road Safety Charter through the following actions:

  1. Construction sites on roads can place both workers and members of the public in danger. To make sure that these risks are minimised, we will inspect our sites and ensure that all possible safety measures are taken.

  2. We aim to disseminate safety rules that must be respected on construction sites. Many accidents occur on construction sites as a result of insufficient safety measures. We will organise one or two non-profit training courses each year for our members so as to inform 30 company directors per course.
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Vilnius Traffic Safety School - Vilniaus saugaus eismo mokykla

  1. Vilnius Traffic Safety School will renew its commitment to European Road Safety Charter for the next three years with the following activities:
     
    Because of high death rates (especially among young people) on the roads, in addition to our regular activities (regular traffic safety education), we will prepare, publish and disseminate the school newspaper, “The Green Eye of Traffic Lights” (one issue per month) featuring articles on traffic safety.
     
    Safe traffic behaviour is lacking on the roads. Therefore, during the school year, we will organise preventative traffic safety lessons for 10,000 secondary school children.
     
    Because of carelessness
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Lietuvos vaiku ir jaunimo centras - Lithuanian Youth Centre

  1. General information about secure driving will be presented on our website (www.lvjc.lt), which reaches 1,500 children, young people and their parents every day. We will also reach 5,000 children and young people per year, using promotional material such as brochures, posters, letters and articles.


  2. During summer activities with young people (projects, summer camps, etc.), information about the provision of first aid will be given to 1,000 young people (16- to 29-year-olds ) in the form of training courses.


  3. The Young Dancers for Road Safety project will be implemented in April 2008. This project
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Latest updates: 17/01/2018 | Top