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NIOSHH Conference Washington DC, USA February 2009. GRSP is a hosted programme of the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. Agenda. Welcome Road Safety - Global Context Overview of GRSP Global Good Practice Example activities. Road Safety – Global Context.

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NIOSHH Conference

Washington DC, USA

February 2009

GRSP is a hosted programme of the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies


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Agenda

  • Welcome

  • Road Safety - Global Context

  • Overview of GRSP

  • Global Good Practice

  • Example activities


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Road Safety – Global Context

  • 2 May - Cyclone Nargis, Myanmar, over 100,000 dead and 2 million homeless

  • 12 May - Sichuan earthquake, 55,000 dead, 25,000 missing, 5 million displaced

  • Every two months the roads take the same toll on humanity – but the response is not the same…


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Why Invest in Road Safety?

Third party, no company involvement

maybe?

Not Reportable

Company staff, own time, own transport

yes

Not Reportable

Third Party, no company control failure

yes

Not Reportable

Third Party, company control failure

yes

Reportable, but

Company & Contractor

Reportable, recordable

yes

Total accidents, not to scale do we count them? Costs?

society


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GRSP Mission

  • the sustainable reduction of road death and injury in low and middle income countries.

    by

  • helping to get straightforward good practice behavioural interventions made


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GRSP Members

ARRB Group Ltd. (Australia)

􀀗 Bridgestone Corporation

􀀗 BP

􀀗 Chevron Corporation

􀀗 FIA Foundation for the Automobile and Society

􀀗 Ford Motor Company / Volvo Car Corporation

􀀗 General Motors Corporation

􀀗 Honda Motor Co. Ltd.

􀀗 International Centre for Alcohol Policies (ICAP)

􀀗 International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)

􀀗 International Road Transport Union (IRU)

􀀗 Institut des Sciences, et Techniques de l’Equipement et de l’Environnement pour le Développement (ISTED)

􀀗 Michelin

􀀗 Renault SAS

􀀗 Shell International Petroleum Co. Ltd.

􀀗 Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida)

􀀗 TNT Express

􀀗 Total

􀀗 Toyota Motor Corporation

􀀗 TRL (UK)

􀀗 VTI (Transport Research Laboratory - Sweden)

􀀗 UK Department for International Development (DFID)

􀀗 World Bank

􀀗 World Health Organization (WHO)

􀀗 Asian Development Bank (ADB)

􀀗 African Development Bank

􀀗 European Commission

􀀗 Inter-American Development Bank

􀀗 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) – USA

􀀗 United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP)

􀀗 United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA)

􀀗 United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)

􀀗 United Nations Economic Commission for Western Asia (UNESCWA)

-The World Rescue Organisation


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GRSP Governance Structure

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

Members Annual Meeting

Constitutional Governance

Executive Committee (elected from members)

Legal, fiscal and procedural governance

Activity programme governance

CEO &

GRSP Secretariat

Operations


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GRSP Operational Structure

CEO

Andrew Pearce

IFRC relations

Gérard Lautrédou

Geneva Secretariat

Raoul Powlowski

Asia

Robert Klein

Europe

Kathleen Elsig

Africa

Americas

MENA

Co-ordinator

Pieter Venter

Co-ordinator

José Cardita

Co-ordinator

Peter Elsenaar

South East Asia

Southern Africa

Middle East North Africa Partnership

West Africa

East Asia

East Africa

South Asia

Countries

Countries

Countries

Countries

Countries

Brazil

China

Vietnam

Malaysia

Cambodia

Thailand

Indonesia

Lao

India

Hungary

Poland

Romania

Russia

Ghana

Namibia

South Africa

Burkina Faso

Activity by others


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Why Organisations Join GRSP

  • To contribute effectively to the global road safety effort – both money and expertise

  • To improve road safety in the areas in which they operate

  • To improve road safety in their own businesses

  • To improve their bottom line

  • To gain access to a global network of organisations and specialists



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Partnership – the core of GRSP

Business

Improved Road Safety

Government

Civil Society


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Road Transport Risk

Ethical position: People should not have to be killed or injured from road transport.

But: There are deaths and injuries, so there is a risk.

TOTAL RISK OF DEATH OR INJURY

Imperfect Roads

Imperfect Vehicles

Imperfect Citizens, Users, Consumers

Imperfect Trauma Care Services

Components of Total Risk

GOAL OF ROAD SAFETY: Reduce each component such that overall risk is substantially nil.

2008


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Contributing to The Safe System for Mobility

The Safe System

State

and Public

Organisations

Business

New

Inventions

Optional

Standards

Legal

Standards

Individuals

Organisations

(Business/NGO)

2008


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Why Partnership Works So Well

Improved

Improved

Improved

Road

Road

Road

Safety

Safety

Safety

Covering all the safe system is best done in partnership with all actors

2008


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GRSP Good Practice Guides Implementation

Status November 2008

Demo projects

Pilot projects

Action Plans

Translations

Key Outcomes

Workshops

Prof Devt

Publish

Draft

2007

2008

2005

2007

2005

2006

2004


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GRSP – Contributing to a global coalition

Global Good Practice

UN Road Safety Collaboration

Road Safety Plan

Political

Mandate

Govt.

Partner-

ship

Govt

WHO

Civil Societies

Civil Societies

Advocacy

Business

Business

UN

Infrastructure

Seat

Belts

Good Practice Development &

Implementation

WorldBank

Road Safety Action Plan

Data

Partnership

2

Fleet

Safety

Knowledge

& Monitoring

1999

Other

Funding

People


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Why Address Fleet Safety?

  • Much of road traffic is commercial – and so are many crashes

  • Pragmatism –commercial traffic people have contracts and can be influenced

  • Orgnisations usually benefit their bottom line from improving fleet safety

  • Organisations may choose to set targets that require active fleet management

  • Organisations can make a significant contribution to society through their choices


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Fleet Safety

  • Global Fleet Safety Manual and toolkit being developed

  • Pilot testing in 2009

  • Looking for further support

  • Aiming to help

    • Business fleets

    • Humanitarian fleets

    • Public service fleets


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Global Road Safety Initiative

  • 5 year, US$ 10 million collaborative investment

  • Largest co-ordinated private sector investment so far

  • Ford, General Motors, Honda, Michelin, Renault Shell, Toyota

  • Focus on Brazil, China, South East Asia

  • Recognised by UN road safety collaboration as leading implementer of Global Good Practice

  • 2009 is last year of investment – now looking to create a second phase for next five years

  • Expanded membership, reduced cost


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Global Road Safety Initiative

  • Creation of national helmet action plans in several countries, with implementation happening

  • Development of effective “City Approach” in Brazil

  • Junction improvements, drink drive, child safety projects in China

  • Leverage of other donors created


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Seat Belts, Sakhalin

  • Seat Belts identified as key risk in 2004

  • International Good Practice workshop held 2005

  • Many parters from all sections of society joined campaigns

  • Three campaigns made in 2005, 2006, 2007 using Good Practice toolkit

  • Seat belt wearing now up to 80%, death and injury down 20% in 2008

  • Key change in law in 2007,

  • seat belt fine raised by federal government


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Vietnam Helmet Legislation Change

Before 15 Dec 2007

After 15 Dec 2007

  • Results

  • 1537 fewer deaths in 2008

  • Why?

  • Many collaborative partners

  • Government leadership

  • Sustained preparation effort

  • Good practice approach

  • Co-operation of public


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Olsztyn Drink Drive Crashes

Traffic police began undertaking an enhanced strategic approach to drink drive enforcement in late spring 2008

Number of to drink drive crashes per month

Source: Olsztyn Traffic Police


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PROGRAMA CAPACETES BETIM / 2008Implementing Global Good Practice

Dec 07........ .Helmet Manual Intro ..Helmet Survey ...Programme design ....Funding .....Delivery .......Jul 08Evaluation..??

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