Good Practice

11/04/2016
Based on the results from DRUID we knew in Denmark that a part drivers are under the influence of drugs or medicine and therefore it was decided that...
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06/04/2016
In 2011, 17 to 25‐year‐olds accounted for nearly a quarter of all road casualties in Edinburgh, with young men being the most likely to commit...
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06/04/2016
Prodrive Learning offers a 24 month online program to improve driver behavior. The program consist of 3 pillars. Measure + Train + Motivate. Our...
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16/03/2016
The 65-year-old major pedestrians are the group with major risk of death in case of accident. 24,5 % of traffic accidents in the City of Madrid in...
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15/03/2016
The project is executing by teachers and pupils in schools and also by employees of the municipalities, during their regular activities.Our NGO will...
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15/03/2016
Due to its turbulent recent history, Albania presents a special case in Europe in terms of road safety. Until 1992, private cars were strictly...
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14/03/2016
Not every driver and pedestrian in Baku focus on road safety in general, hence, are little aware of the fact that road safety is a serious problem...
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14/03/2016
We must reduce the number of collisions on the TMA (Truck Mounted Attenuator)vehicles. The aim of the project is that Svevia clearly shows that it...
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14/03/2016
The aim of the project is that Svevia clearly shows that it is a company that invests in the safety of their employees by being at the forefront and...
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14/03/2016
ALL OUR ACTIVITIES AIM TO RAISE TRAFFIC AWARENESS AND REDUCTION OF ACCIDENTS
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Good practice

One of the main objectives of the redesigned ERSCharter is to further empower members to create commitments characterized by the quality and effectiveness of their approach, by an innovative set of resources, and responding to key road safety challenges. In order to acknowledge your efforts and promote outstanding actions in road safety, we created the good practice label. 

The simplest way to define a good practice is to say that it is a series of actions (activities, strategies, methodology, approach, technique, etc.) that have been assessed for effectiveness in addressing a road safety problem and proven to be successful. Thus, good practices are evidence-based with clear indicators against which success will be measured.  
 

The Guidelines

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