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REGIONAL UPDATES: ASEAN MSRSSWG. DATUK SURET SINGH Chair of ASEAN MultiSectoral Road Safety Special Working Group 3 November 2010 GRSP/Asia Road Safety Seminar, Siem Reap, Cambodia. ASEAN MRSSWG was set up at the 15th ASEAN Land Transport Working Group (LTWG) Meeting in May 2009;

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Regional updates asean msrsswg

REGIONAL UPDATES: ASEAN MSRSSWG

DATUK SURET SINGH

Chair of ASEAN MultiSectoral Road Safety Special Working Group

3 November 2010

GRSP/Asia Road Safety Seminar, Siem Reap, Cambodia


ASEAN MRSSWG was set up at the 15th ASEAN Land Transport Working Group (LTWG) Meeting in May 2009;

Malaysia was elected as Chair while the Philippines was elected as Vice Chair;

The 1st ASEAN MRSSWG was held in April 2010 in Siem Reap;

The Meeting agreed to the preparation of a regional strategy and action plan for 2011-2020 through the consolidation of national plans on road safety and using the strategic framework identified in the 2005-2010 Draft ASEAN Road Safety Action Plan and aligning this with the UN Declaration on the Decade of Action on Road Safety.

Malaysia, as MRSSWG Chairman, will lead in developing the regional strategy and action plan, including organizing a regional meeting on road safety with partner international organisations. The Meeting recognised the need to seek technical assistance and funding support from international organisations in the implementation of the regional plan.

BACKGROUND OF ASEAN MRSSWG


Role of the chairman
ROLE OF THE CHAIRMAN Working Group (LTWG) Meeting in May 2009;


In line with the TOR of the MRSSWG, the Meeting identified Country Coordinators for the five subsector working groups. For each subworking group, the Country Coordinators are:

Safety Management – Philippines

Safer Systems – Malaysia

Safer Roads – Thailand

Safer Vehicles – Indonesia

Safer Road Users – Malaysia

COUNTRY COORDINATORS


Asean road safety action plan
ASEAN ROAD SAFETY ACTION PLAN Country Coordinators for the five subsector working groups. For each subworking group, the Country Coordinators are:


The Meeting noted the possible regional road safety projects as follows:

International Road Assessment Programme (IRAP) for engineering best practices

Helmet initiative

Road Safety Education in schools

Standardisation of injury database

Crash investigation

Safer vehicle design

Safety standard for tyres and brakes

Safety health and environment best practices

Ambulance services and trauma management

Enhancement of social marketing

Best practices for private and commercial vehicles

Camera enforcement

Motorcycle lanes.

POTENTIAL DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS


Critical risk factors for road safety in asean
CRITICAL RISK FACTORS FOR ROAD SAFETY IN ASEAN as follows:

Safety Culture is lacking in a significant portion of our community

High percentage of motorcycles

Low usage of public transport

Low safety rating of road infrastructure

Limited motorcycle lane segregation

Inefficient traffic law enforcement

Problems with rescue and aid services

Problems with driver training & testing

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5 DRIVER / USER as follows:

5 VEHICLE

  • ROAD &

  • ENVIRONMENT

INJURY PREVENTION STRATEGY

CAUSES OF ACCIDENT

67% - Driver / User

40% - Driver / User

28% - Road & Environment

30% - Road & Environment

5% - Vehicle

30% - Vehicle

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