Three important topics

During the Road Safety Awards of the European RS Charter, on February 1, in Brussels, there were 3 workshops about 3 important themes for road danger reduction : next decade in Europe and global Occupational Road Safety RS in the city, vulnerable users Read more at

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Décennie d’ Action

Décennie d’Action pour la Sécurité Routière 2011-2020 Lien: lancement le 11 mai prochain

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Multi disciplinary crash investigation: a Tool to improve road safety

Collision Investigation is a key post crash area and should therefore be considered an essential component of countries’ road safety strategies. Read more in Collision Investigation (pdf 59,8 Kb)

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Fevr signed the European Road Safety Charter last december

Those who lived such tragedies are best suited by their moral power to be involved as partners in road safety programs. For the next 3 years, we are planning: to develop and promote the observance of the World Day of Remembrance, with more events and wider publicity every year and promote official recognition of the […]

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A common slogan for the decade of action 2011-2020

For world day of remembrance, every 3rd Sunday in November FEVR suggests a common slogan  for the Decade of Action 2011-2020: Remembering lives lost and broken With 10 subslogans every year till 2020. From about 20 events in 1995 we were at about 200 in 2010 and try to reach 2020 participants in the year 2020.

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conférence sur l’alcool au volant

Tenue à Bruxelles le 3 décembre 2010. Lire plus d’informations sur

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Partnership against Drink Driving

Conference on how to eliminate drink driving in the coming decade. Partners from different industrial sectors have met with stakeholders from the road safety world.

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Directive on cross border enforcement

Road safety: EU crackdown on drivers committing traffic offences abroad Drivers will be punished for traffic offences they commit abroad, including the four “big killers” causing 75% of road fatalities – speeding, breaking traffic lights, failure to use seatbelts and drink driving – following an agreement by EU Transport Ministers meeting in Brussels today. European […]

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