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A National View of Motorcycle Safety

12th Annual Michigan Traffic Safety Summit 2007

Ray Ochs, EdD Director of Training Systems


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Who We Are

What We Do

As We View It


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Key Points

  • MSF is a national, not-for-profit organization with a world view and U.S. focus.

  • Up are motorcycle sales, crashes, and demand for safety training.

  • MSF develops curricula, certifies instructors, establishes standards, recognizes sites, and assures quality.

  • Rider education and training is an effective safety countermeasure, and is a key piece in the puzzle toward a motorcyclist safety system.

  • MSF is involved in program development, licensing, research, and communications.

  • Primary issues are effective training, licensing, alcohol use, use of protective gear, and riders making the right choices.



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IDENTITY

We are an internationally recognized not-for-profit foundation, supported by motorcycle manufacturers, providing leadership to the motorcycle safety community through our expertise, tools, and partnerships.


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MISSION

To make motorcycling safer and more enjoyable by ensuring access to lifelong quality education & training for current and prospective riders, and by advocating a safer riding environment.


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MAIN MESSAGES 

  • Get trained and licensed

  • Be a lifelong learner

  • Wear protective gear

  • Ride unimpaired

  • Ride within personal limits


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Total Riders Trained

Over 3,400,000 trained since 1974



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MSF Learn-to-Ride Curricula Surveys.

  • Basic RiderCourse(2001)

  • Principles of Safety, Learning and Motor Skills Development

  • Experience, Research and Literature Review

  • Input from Stakeholders

  • Motorcycle RiderCourse: Riding and Street Skills(1986)

  • Motorcycle Accident Cause Factors and

  • Identification of Countermeasures

  • (Hurt Report)

  • Motorcycle Rider Course Field Study

  • Motorcycle Rider Course (1976)

  • Instructional Objectives

  • Photographic Analysis

  • Beginning Rider Course (1974)

  • Motorcycle Task Analysis


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NOW Surveys.

Systems Approach

  • Lifelong Learning

  • Safety Renewal

  • Multiple courses and training opportunities

THEN

2-Course Approach

Single

Course

  • Basic Course

  • Advanced Course


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System Characteristics Surveys.

  • Comprehensive

    • For current, prospective riders, and non-riders

  • Multiple entry points

    • Provide an array of courses and training opportunities with opportunities for continuous self-assessment, improvement and renewal

  • New opportunities for RiderCoaches

    • More involvement in teaching with deeper understanding of learning and safety principles

  • Reciprocity among states

  • Flexibility for jurisdictions

    • Provide for state and local requirements


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System Evaluation Surveys.

  • Availability of Training

  • Activity of RiderCoaches

  • Program Outcomes

  • Creativity and Collaboration

  • Effective Resource Utilization


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Quality Indicators Surveys.

  • Participant/Customer Satisfaction

  • Gains In Knowledge

  • Gains In Skill

  • Training Itself Is Safe

  • Graduate Input After Experience

  • RiderCoach Satisfaction


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CURRENT MSF CURRICULA USED Surveys.

MARCH 2007

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Curriculum used in the U.S.

All Military Branches Worldwide

MSF BRC

(47)

BRC & Other

(1)

Other

(2)


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MSF Administered Programs Surveys.

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(2)


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States Without Dedicated Funding & Administration

WA

ME

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ID

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Trainers and Providers & Administration(March 2007; Approximate)

  • Number of RiderCoaches: 7691

  • Number of RiderCoach Trainers: 203

  • Number of Training Providers: 807

  • Number of Training Sites: 1650


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PRELIMINARY PROGRAMS & Administration

HANDS-ONPROGRAMS

CLASSROOM PROGRAMS

OTHER PROGRAMS

  • Web-Based Safety Awareness & Training

  • (P '07)Self Assessment

  • Spokesperson

  • (A)Motorcyclist Awareness: Pre-Permit

  • Product Familiarization

  • (P ’07) Introduction to Motorcycling

  • (A) Basic Course

  • (A) ERC Suite:

  • (A) Skills Practice

  • (A) License Waiver

  • (A) Skills Plus

  • (P’07) Skill Enhancement RiderCourse

  • (P’07) On-Road RiderCourse

  • (A)ScooterSchool 1

  • Dual Sport

  • (A) MILMO Military

  • (A) DirtBike School - Youth/Adult - CRE/OTS - DBS:Street Riders

  • (A & P ’07)Motorist Awareness

  • M/C Maintenance

    • Basic

    • Advanced

  • (A) Group Riding

  • (A) SeasonedRider

  • Touring

  • Driver Education

  • Rider Improvement Violator School

  • Mental Preparation

  • (A) Riding Straight

  • (P '07)Rider Perception Module

  • BRC Online Classroom

  • Special Needs

    • General

    • By Course

  • (P ’07) Referrals

    • Trailers

    • Sidecars

    • Trikes

  • Law Enforcement Training

  • First Responder

    • Pro

    • Buddy

  • Non-RiderAwareness

  • Do Motorcycling Right

  • Peer Mentoring

  • Competition

    • Adult

    • Youth

    • MX

    • Road Racing

    • Drag Racing

  • (A) AAMVA Licensing Assistance

  • Premier Training Sites

(A) = Available Now(P) = Priority

MSF Rider Education & Training System (RETS)

Breadth


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Rider Education & Training System & Administration

Primary Strands

Hands-On Courses

Host An Event Offerings

Web-Based Learning

elearning

Public Website Information


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Curricula Breadth & Depth & Administration

  • Breadth

    • Multiple learning and development opportunities

  • Depth

    • Interaction of Content, Learners & RiderCoaches

  • Primary Requisites

  • How do people learn? How best does learning transfer?


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1 & Administration

2

3

4

A Sample RiderCourse Progression

  • Dirt Bike School for Street Riders

  • ScooterSchool

  • BRC Preliminaries

  • Basic RiderCourse

    • Extended Split Schedule

    • Regular

    • Formal Remedial Training

    • Additional Practice Module

  • Experienced RiderCourse Suite

    • Skills Practice

    • License Waiver

    • Skills Plus…

  • Skill Enhancement RiderCourse

  • On-Road RiderCourse

Complemented by

Host An Event Programs

and Web-based Learning


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RiderCourse & AdministrationOfferings

Basic RiderCourse (BRC)

  • Introduced in 2001

  • Has five hours of classroom with 11 training aids

  • Has 10 hours of on-cycle riding exercises

  • Has optional practice module, split schedule accommodation, and formal remedial training

  • Stresses cognitive, affective and psychomotor skills

  • Often leads to skill test license waiver


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RiderCourse & Administration Offerings

Experienced RiderCourse Suite

  • Has three distinct, ½ day RiderCourses

    • Skills Practice

    • License Waiver

      • For permit holders

      • Requires basic skills

      • Frees up BRC seats

    • Skills Plus

      • Allows use of complementary modules

  • Classroom-type discussions & riding exercises

  • Allows use of training motorcycles

  • Can be tailored to specific types of riders

  • Includes the Riding Straight Module


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    RiderCourse & Administration

    Classroom

    Range

    Extensions

    Motorcycle

    Notes

    Skills Practice RiderCourse

    20 minutes Exercise Debriefs

    4 hours

    Training or Own Motorcycle

    No Passengers;

    No Wait

    License Waiver RiderCourse

    40 minutes Classroom Cards

    4-5 hours

    Knowledge &

    Skill Tests

    Training or Own

    Motorcycle;

    State Waiver

    No Passengers;

    No Wait

    Skills Plus

    RiderCourse

    60 minutes

    Classroom Cards

    4-5 hours

    Optional Knowledge &

    Skill Tests

    Own

    Motorcycle

    Passenger

    Option;

    No Wait

    Experienced RiderCourse Suite

    Rider Perception Module

    BRC Classroom: Level II

    Modules:

    A Common Road Module

    On-Road RiderCourse

    SeasonedRider Module

    Guide to Group Riding Module

    Riding Straight Module

    Physics of Motorcycling Module


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    Upcoming & Administration RiderCourse

    Skill Enhancement RiderCourse

    • For release in 2007

    • Three components

      • Riding exercises

      • Roadside discussions

      • Physics of Motorcycling(Complementary classroom)

    • To increase the range of skills, strategies and safety related decisions

    • Support of safety renewal and lifelong learning


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    Upcoming & Administration RiderCourse

    On-Road RiderCourse

    • For release in 2007

    • To provide real world experiences for new and experienced riders

    • 3 levels of instruction and experiences

      • Newly licensed riders

      • Experienced riders

      • Group riding

    • Radio communications


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    Host An Event & Administration Series

    Cars, Motorcycles and A Common Road

    • Motorist awareness program

    • Help drivers interact with motorcyclists

    • Use in driver education, defensive driving courses and public awareness programs

    • Has a Leader Guide

    • Has a training aid

    • Updated and modularized in 2007

    • 3 segments for separate audiences


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    Host An Event & Administration Series

    Riding Straight

    • Part of Experienced RiderCourse Suite

    • Leader Guide

    • Training Aid

    • CD-ROM of Leader Guide

    • Fatal Vision® Simulator Goggles


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    Host An Event & Administration Series

    Guide to Group Riding

    • Promotes safe group riding practices

    • Rider Handbooks

    • Leader Guide

      • 2 Sections

        • Preparation

        • Information

    • Training Aid


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    Host An Event & Administration Series

    SeasonedRider

    Motorcycling for the best years of your life.

    • Education program for older-age riders

    • For new and returning riders

    • Risk awareness and safety strategies

    • Facilitator Guide, core lesson plan and menu of learning activities

    • Award-winning training aid

    • Checks of visual acuity and reaction time


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    Host An Event & Administration Series

    Rider Perception Module

    • Under development

    • Uses tachistoscope technology

    • 2 Parts

      • Road Signs

      • Traffic Scenes and Traps

    • Website interface


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    Curriculum Exists in a System & Administration

    Federal Legislation, Policies, Priorities & Funding

    State Legislation, Policies, Priorities & Funding

    Industry & Technology

    Highway Engineering

    Traffic Engineering

    Enforcement Practices

    Emergency Medical Care

    Licensing & Testing

    State Programs & Other Delivery

    Public Information & Education

    Rider Education & Training

    ERC Suite

    BRC

    Foundation for Motorcycle Safety


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    Curriculum Exists in a System & Administration

    Federal Legislation, Policies, Priorities & Funding

    State Legislation, Policies, Priorities & Funding

    Industry & Technology

    Highway Engineering

    Traffic Engineering

    Enforcement Practices

    Emergency Medical Care

    Licensing & Testing

    State Programs & Other Delivery

    Public Information & Education

    Rider Education & Training

    ERC Suite

    BRC

    Foundation for Motorcycle Safety


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    Subtasks of Riding & Administration

    Performance

    Instructors and Coaches


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    Subtasks of Riding & Administration

    Peers and Culture

    Behavior


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    LEARNERS & Administration

    CONTENT

    TEACHER

    A Teaching & Learning Dynamic


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    RiderCoach & RiderCoach Trainer & Administration

    Certification & Recertification

    • Qualifying Processes and Preparation Courses

    • Professional Development Opportunities

    • Recertification Requirements

    • Regional Learning Centers

    • National Conferences

    • Participation in State Training Programs

    • Web-based Curriculum List

    • Online Resource Guide

    Knowledge

    Skill

    Attitudes

    Habits

    Values


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    Continue & Administration

    ?

    STEP 6:

    RESLAB

    Submits

    Findings

    to MSF

    STEP 7:

    MSF

    Reviews

    Findings

    STEP 5:

    RESLAB

    Performs

    Assigned

    Tasks

    • STEP 8: MSF

    • Defines Next Action

    • Further Study

    • Implementation / Posting

    • Table for Future Action

    YES

    NO

    Report to RETSDOT

    STEP 1:

    ORIGINATOR

    STARTS

    Process

    --

    Submits

    Idea orBest Practice

    To MSF

    Report Decision

    To ORIGINATOR

    Continue

    ?

    STEP 4B: MSF

    Assigns Project

    Name/#, Defines

    Tasks & Identifies

    RESLAB

    STEP 3:

    MSF

    Categorizes

    Submission

    Structural

    Substantive

    The WHAT

    STEP 2: Initial

    MSF Internal

    Assessment

    Consistent with MSF values?

    Adds value for motorcyclists?

    YES

    Non-structural

    Formative

    The HOW

    NO

    • STEP 4A: MSF

    • Internal Assessment

    • For Possible Best Practice

    • MSF Defines Next Action

    • Post online, Announce

    • Table for Future Action

    Report

    Decision to

    ORIGINATOR

    RETS Online Resource Guide (RETSORG)Best Practice Submission Process


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    Who We Are & Administration

    What We Do

    As We View It


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    MSF website & Administrationwww.msf-usa.org

    Thank You!

    [email protected]

    949.727.3227, ext 3147

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