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BRSI becomes VIAS

The Belgian Road Safety Institute becomes Vias institute, the organisation that is taking over the role of BRSI after 30 years. Karin Genoe, CEO: “The change of name is the final part of a process that we put in motion six years ago. Today, I can look back with much satisfaction at what we have […]

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FEVR GM in Leeuwarden

Next 22-24 September FEVR will hold its Annual General Meeting in the Netherlands On Friday 22 September we start with a public Conference titled: ” Road Victim Rehabilitation” organised by our member and hosting association NahZorg.  at the Provinciehuis Fryslân in Leeuwarden Many experts will take the floor and talk about research and studies related to […]

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REVIVE N°1 in Helsinki

12 April 2017 – REVIVE Round table, Helsinki ­ In the framework of the REVIVE Project, experts from the Emergency Medical Service (EMS), Rescue/Fire Service (RFS) and Road Transport Safety representatives from Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden, and Norway met in Helsinki on the 12 April 2017. In the first regional REVIVE round table, they […]

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Manuel Ramos reelected in GA board

FEVR is proud to announce that our former Vice-president and UNRSC ( United Nations Road Safety Collaboration) delegate has been elected last 5th of April in Kuala Lumpur at the General Meeting of the Global Alliance (GA) of Road Safety and Road Victims NGO’s with the highest score to the board of the GA    […]

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Victims of road traffic offences

EU-project ‘Victims of road traffic offences’ Would you like to know what your rights are as a victim of road traffic offences or as a relative? The EU-project‘Victims of road traffic offences’ will help you out with this. Your rights and those of your relatives are written down in the European directive 2012/29. Through digital storytelling […]

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Alcohol Interlocks

Studies have repeatedly shown that alcohol interlock programmes, combined with rehabilitation programmes, cut reoffending rates both during and after the driver has been required to install the device in their vehicle. ETSC (European Transport Safety Council) has just published a study about alcolocks: Best practice and guidelines for Member States   Across Europe there is […]

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Life after the Crash

20.11.16 The Belgian Road Safety Institute communicates preliminary results of the “MyLac” study: My life after the crash: Almost 80% of people seriously injured in road traffic crashes never recover fully Karin Genoe, Managing Director BRSI: ‘On this remembrance day for the victims of road traffic crashes, our thoughts naturally go out to those who […]

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INTERNATIONAL SURVEY : “MY LIFE AFTER THE CRASH”

6 days left to participate to the online survey: link the online survey is available in 15 languages Please help to find out what can be done to gain insight in the short, medium and long term impact of being injured in a road crash; and to understand better the factors that may help people to improve […]

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Ville à 30km/h

Pour une ville respectueuse de tous Enfant, parent avec poussette, senior, accidenté de la vie, personne à mobilité réduite, cycliste, piéton chacun a droit à sa ville. 30km/h un maximum en milieu urbain et un “code de la rue” pour des villes à vivre plus d’info Journées d’étude del IBSR le 15 mai plus

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Systèmes de Transport Intelligents

Des conducteurs obéissant aux règles du Code de la Route t des routes et rues qui pardonnent sont deux piliers importants d’une nouvelle approche à une sécurité routière durable. ( safe system approach) Un troisième pilier non moins important est la sécurité passive et active des véhicules qui se s’est amélioré constamment durant les 20 […]

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