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FEVR GM in Leeuwarden

From 22. till 24. of September 2017 FEVR hold its Annual General Meeting hosted by NahZorg in Leeuwarden The 3 day event begun with the conference, organised by NAH Zorg, titled Rehabilitation Road Victims, where experts of different fields presented results of their research on road traffic safety, brain injury diagnostics and prognostics and brain injury […]

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Significant efforts 4 Road Safety are urgently needed

20.6.2017 Brussels; ETSC PIN Report ( Road Safety Performance INdex) The number of road deaths has declined by only just 1% since 2013. Since 2014, progress has virtually ground to a halt. 2016 was the third consecutive poor year for road safety: 25,670 people lost their lives on EU roads compared to 26,200 the previous […]

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No delay 4 vehicle safety standards

The European Commission should include vehicle safety standards in its upcoming mobility package of road-based legislation, FEVR is among a  group of associations who signed  a letter to Internal Market Commissioner Elżbieta Bieńkowska sent today. Industry, NGOs and cities call for urgent action on vehicle safety standards 24 May 2017 Brussels – A coalition of industry, NGOs, consumer groups and cities […]

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FEVR & Post Crash Response

The 5th Pillar of the Decade of Action for Road Safety is for FEVR a very important one: Post Crash Response (PCR) That’s also why in the future, beside collaborating to work on the 4 first Pillars on Road Danger Reduction we also want to concentrate a bit more on this 5th Pillar especially as […]

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Road safety in bus and coach transport compromised

The ETF, European Transport Federation & FEVR, launched a joint statement to express their concerns vis-à-vis the impact of potential changes in driving and rest time limits for bus and coach drivers throughout Europe. The European Commission intends to reduce their weekly rest and increase their weekly driving time. These measures would be included in […]

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10 days 2 UN Road Safety W

Next 8th of May will be the launch of the 4th United Nations Global Road Safety Week (UNGRSW) FEVR Flyer  Cover + Flyer Interior You have more chance of avoiding a collision when you SlowDown. The lower your speed, the less distance is covered while you make decisions and take action to avoid a potential collision (reaction distance). Also, […]

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Global Alliance 5th Meeting in KL

Fifth Global Meeting of Nongovernmental Organizations Advocating for Road Safety and Road Victims in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 3-6 April About 200 delegates from 140 GA member NGO’s from 70 different countries were participating FEVR was hosting the WDR workshop and a full day Symposium on Post Crash response. Presentation will be soon on the […]

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Road Safety Stakeholders in Valetta

On 28 March, different stakeholders in the field of road safety met with the Presidency, the Commission and representatives from the European Parliament and put forward actions to improve road safety. The participants were given the opportunity to share their knowledge and discuss ways to improve road safety in the Union. The purpose of this […]

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Post Crash Symposium in KL

On 4th of April FEVR will organise a whole day “Post Crash Response” Symposium in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 9:00 – 15:00 This is part of a Pre-Meeting at the Global Alliance of Road Safety and Road Traffic Victims NGO’s for their Bi-Annual Meeting 3-6 April The Symposium concept consists of a presentation and discussion of […]

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Lowering fines in Greece, a wrong signal

FEVR learned from his Greek members Efthita & SOS Traffic Crimes that the Government is planning to lower the fines for Traffic Violations by as much as 50%. In an official letter FEVR strongly appealed the Greek Government  to renounce to such a wrong signal to those who put other road users in danger. “As international […]

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