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16 March 2016 – Business plan for road safety – reduction of costs through prevention

  • March 16, 2016

12.00 – 16.30

Stadthalle “Mons Tabor”, Koblenzer Str. 2, 56410 Montabaur

The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC), together with the German Road Safety Council, have the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar on work-related road safety to be held in Montabaur on 16th March 2016.

The seminar will focus on the key issues affecting German employers in fleet and road-related risk management, and will feature invited experts from across Europe.

The PRAISE project (Preventing Road Accidents and Injuries for the Safety of Employees) aims to increase road safety at work. The project is co-funded by the MAPFRE Foundation, the German Road Safety Council (DVR), Dräger Foundation and the Belgian Road Safety Institute (IBSR).

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Driving for work risk management and the legal imperative – Deirdre Sinnott

Work related road collision data in Germany and Europe – Jacqueline Lacroix

What can employers and companies do – Jochen Lau

Introduction to the ETSC’s work-related road safety project – PRAISE – Ellen Townsend

Data led work-related road safety – Will Murray

Case Study 1 – Challenge for German insurers in the implementation of risk management measures for fleets – Matthias Rumpf

Case study 2 – Managing road risks of employees GUROM – Gudrun Gerike

Case study 3 – In-vehicle technology implementation and first experiences with the use of alcohol-interlocks in companies – Ulrich Süßner

Case study 4 – Road safety management and prevention measures of a haulage company – Alexander Steinberg

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