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ISO road safety standard

ISO road safety standard ISO has just published ISO 39001, a management system standard for road traffic safety. The standard is a practical tool for governments, vehicle fleet operators and all organizations worldwide who want to reduce death and serious injury due to road accidents. ISO 39001 provides them with state-of-the-art requirements for safety aspects […]

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World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims

World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims   This site has been re-launched on 26th October, four years after its first launch on the same date, chosen in consideration of the UN recognition of the World Day of Remembrance on 26th October 2005:   wdor.org Worldwide activities will again be hold by NGO’s on this 3. sunday […]

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The Global Alliance of NGO’s active for road safety and road traffic victims

The Global Alliance of NGO’s active for road safety and road traffic victims is on the web:   link

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Conclusions on a public Consultation by European Commission

 Conclusions on a public Consultation by European Commission PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON AN EU STRATEGY TO REDUCE INJURIES RESULTING FROM ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS   main conclusions are published by the European Commission pdf:road_injuries_final_report

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Road Traffic Victim Memorial in Luxemburg

Road Traffic Victim Memorial in Luxemburg The Luxemburgish Road Traffic Victim association “AVR” being 20 years “old” and hosting the annual FEVR General Meeting inaugurated on saturday 22.9.2012 the ” Remembrance Ground” Road Traffic Victim Memorial in Luxemburg Photo Album

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FEVR General Meeting in Luxemburg 21-23 September 2012

FEVR General Meeting in Luxemburg The FEVR general annual meeting will be hold in Luxemburg from 21-23 September hosted by the national Road Victim Association AVR Friday afternoon: conference: Road Traffic Victims and Justice Exposé ENGLISHshort Today is also the ” International Day of Peace in the world“ FEVR and her member associations make hereby an […]

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European Citizens´ Initiative “30km/h – making the streets liveable!”

European Citizens´ Initiative “30km/h – making the streets liveable!” 16.9.2012 As “European Mobility Week” commences this call highlights the importance of safer, quieter urban and village roads and better air quality for all through speed limit reduction. more

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Minimum standards on the rights

Minimum standards on the rights, support and protection of victims of crime Today a new directive will be discussed and voted tomorrow in the plenary of the EP in StrasburgRoad Traffic Victims are well concerned in many cases. more

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Demerit Point System merits an European approach

6th  September Brussels DPS Bestpoint Final conference 21 EU countries have already a Demerit Point System in place. As DPS save lives and reduce injuries it would be good if together with an European Driving licence, the directive CBE ( cross boarder exchange of information on road traffic offences) there could be a sort of […]

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FEVR 1. president and founder

In Honour and respect to Marcel HAEGI Here a video from a conference organized by Roadpeace in London 6.6.2002. Marcel HAEGI FEVR president speaking ( Marcel sadly died on 6th of february 2004 ) FEVR Was founded 20 years ago by Marcel Haegi, whose daughter was killed by a speeding driver in Switzerland For me […]

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