RoadSafe News – June 2021

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In the June issue...



Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards - Nominations

Each year the most outstanding examples of international road safety initiatives are given public recognition through the scheme.  Read more...

Driving at work


Fleet Safety Guide Update

This Occupational Road and Fleet Safety Guide is built on Fleet Forums’ Fleet Safety Guide that was originally launched in 2008   Read more...

Conferences and events


World Bank and iRAP helping save lives in Africa - Webinar Series

The webinar series World Bank and iRAP helping save lives in Africa: BIGRS 2020-25 is designed to provide an introduction to iRAP to those in Africa who want to use the methodology to help eliminate high-risk roads,  Read more...


Safe and Healthy Travel PACTS Conference

The PACTS online conference Safe and Healthy travel will be held on Tuesday 29th June 2021, 10.00-13.00 (UK time).  Read more...

Road Safety Management


Road Collision Reporting Guidelines – Why we Need Them

New guidelines from Laura Baker are intended to provide an industry standard by consensus, acting as a supplement to existing industry codes of practice to help journalists, publishers and broadcasters  Read more...


Pandemic and recovery

Pandemic and recovery: what are the implications for road safety?  Read more...

Young drivers


Interactive Map to help Young Drivers and their Parents

The risks young drivers face on rural roads are easy to under-estimate. Yet the simple fact is many young drivers and their parents are unaware of the significant and specific risks these roads pose. This an interactive map which shows exactly which rural roads pose the greatest danger to young drivers.  Read more...


Young Driver Focus report

Young Driver Focus scheduled to be held in London this year had to be postponed however the organisers didn’t want to wait until 2022 to share this knowledge.  Read more...

Safer vehicles


Tribute to Max Mosley founder of EuroNCAP who died recently

Max Mosley, who as President of the FIA established the FIA Foundation, has died aged 81.  Read more...

Motorcycle safety


e-Scooter Update

A decision on the use of e-scooters, which have been trialled in 50 cities across the UK since last summer, is reportedly unlikely to be made until they have been tested in London.  Read more...

Community safety


Global Street Design Guide

Global Street Design Guide (GSDG) offers technical details to inform street design that prioritizes pedestrians, cyclists, and transit riders. The guide includes real-world examples of street and intersection transformations that improve road safety as well as the overall efficiency of urban streets.   Read more...

Child safety


Safe Streets Advocacy Hub launched

Safe Streets Advocacy Hub launched to support #StreetsforLife campaign for 30 km/h urban streets  Read more...

Post-crash response


Road Deaths and Injuries Shatter Lives

The Impetus for Lower Speeds and Serious Post-Crash Response   Read more...


Post-Crash Response Toolkit

EASST and EBRD launch Toolkit to enhance effectiveness of post-crash emergency response in low and middle income countries  Read more...

Forthcoming events

Road Safety GB: Cycling Online Event – 7 June 2021

PACTS online conference Safe and Healthy travel – 29 June 2021

Safe Kids Worldwide Childhood Injury Prevention Convention – 12 July 2021

TyreSafe Briefing – 23 September 2021

Young Driver Focus – 25 May 2022


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