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European Road Safety Charter
18-25 - Mlade punoljetne osobe

18-25 - Mlade punoljetne osobe

Participación en la Feria de la motocicleta en la isla de Gran Canaria. Se fomentará el USO RESPONSABLE DE LA MOTO

Acciones diarias que sirven para salvar vidas. Seguridad pasiva, conocimiento de norma de circulación, informar sobre como gestionar una situación de emergencia ( siniestro), enseñar acciones diarias que de no hacerlas supondría maximizar las posibilidades de riesgo vital. <br>Cinturón de...
Distraction by smartphones while driving
Thursday, 4 April, 2019 - 10:00 to Sunday, 7 April, 2019 - 23:00
Recinto Montjuïc
Spain
85% of Polish drivers cannot drive properly on highways. They are unable to create a rescue lane in case of a car crash and 80% of drivers declare that they cannot administer first aid. What is more, one of the highest death rate in Europe per 100 accidents was reported in Poland: 8.9! (the lowest...
The third edition of the campaign mostly focused on the dangers of distracted driving.
85% of Polish drivers cannot drive properly on highways. They are unable to create a rescue lane in case of a car crash and 80% of drivers declare that they cannot administer first aid. What is more, one of the highest death rate in Europe per 100 accidents was reported in Poland: 8.9! (the lowest...
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Wed, 02/20/2019

On February 6th 2019, several experts explained the importance of road safety education during a webinar. It was the third webinar of the current Charter edition.

The webinar started with a presentation by Ludo Kluppels, traffic psychologist at Vias institute. Ludo touched on three topics: road safety education for children and youngsters, driver education and road safety education in companies. Next, we had the pleasure to work with Jennie Hargreaves, teacher at the Lockerbie Academy in Scotland, on education for children and young adults. In her presentation on ‘The Physics of Road Safety’, Jennie explained some of the various activities in the school's innovative road safety programme. Last but not least there was a presentation by Erik Roelofs, doctor of Philosophy and senior assessment scientist at CITO in The Netherlands. Erik shed a light on research and insights on moral reasoning during driving.

It has been shown that VR (virtual reality) acts as a form of treatment in the healthcare sector's. Studies have shown that VR has been a tool for preventing mental illness. There are also organizations that use VR to illustrate the problems that are caused by alcohol and create violence in homes.


This is a one year feasibility study, to find out if VR can affects people's attitudes and habits to prevent drunk driving. There is research that shows that VR affects learning ability, change behaviors.


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