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Dipl.-Inform Ingo Franssen Council Decision 93/704/EC

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  1. Dipl.-Inform Ingo Franssen Council Decision 93/704/EC of 30 Nov 1993 on the Creation of a Community Database on Road Accidents ( CARE )

  2. Bremen * Ankara

  3. Introduction High figures of Road accident victims in EC 2002 in EUR-15 : 1,696 Mio. victims injured 38.770 killed by road accidents

  4. Introduction - Improvements in road safety are essential --> European Road safety strategy

  5. Introduction - Good information on the situation is an essential module of an European road safety strategy -- > Community Database on Accidents on the Roads in Europe - C A R E -

  6. Essentials of CARE powerful data base as tool to identify and quantify road safety problems, evaluate the efficiency of road safety measures, determine the relevance of Community actions ease exchange of experience

  7. Further Overview • Basics of CARE • History of CARE Council Decision 93/704/EC Phases of implementation • Working with CARE Data collection, Reports • Useful links • Conclusions

  8. Basics of CARE • Member states establish statistics on road accidents resulting in death or injuriesin their territories- no damage only accidents

  9. Basics of CARE • high level of disaggregation- detailed data on individual accident as collected by Member states

  10. Basics of CARE • Maximum flexibility, potential and new possibilities for analysing the information in the system • „Homogenisation“ of Member states datas • Confidential datas blanked

  11. History of CARE • 1988 - 1993 feasibility study for creation of CARE database

  12. History of CARE • Council Decision 93/704/EC of 30 November 1993 on the Creation of a Community Database on Road Accidents ( CARE )

  13. - death and injuries only - procedures of transferring datas - Confidential datas - dissemination of datas - Methodological + technical problems - gradually growing consistensy and comparable Council Decision 93/704/EC

  14. History of CARE • 1993 - 1996 pilot operation problems + positive results --> integrated information system

  15. History of CARE • 1996 - 1999 Harmonisation of datasfor inter-national comparision and exchange of experiencesset of 38 variables containing 488 common-definition values

  16. History of CARE • 1999 - todayfull operationuser-friendly interface to produce detailed multi-dimension reports

  17. History of CARE • 2005 - todayintegration of new member-states • 2005 – today Reorganised as part ofRoad safety observatory

  18. CARE – Data processing • Acident: Details collected by police • Regional Offices (Police, Department for Statistics)processes datas for transfer • National DepartmentCollects Regional data input, delivers datas annually • EU – DG Trenintegrates delivered datas,Processing, gives access, reports

  19. CARE data collection • Use of national statistics • 38 Basic charcteristics for each entry defined • Glossary

  20. Person class • Driver • Passenger • Pedestrian

  21. Victim sex • male or female

  22. Victim age group • 0 – 9 • 10 – 15 • 16 – 17 • 18 – 20 • 21 – 24 • 25 - 29 • 30 – 39 • 40 – 49 • 50 – 59 • 60 – 64 • 65 – 74 • 75+

  23. Area type • Inside urban area • Outside urban area

  24. motorway • Yes or No

  25. Junction type • Cross road • Level crossing • Not at a junction • Round about • T or Y junction

  26. Weather conditions • Dry • Fog or mist • Rain • Snow/sleet/hail • Strong wind

  27. Modes of transport – vehicle group • Agricultural tractor • Bus, coach ( >8 seats) • Car or taxi • Heavy goods vehicle • Lorry < 3,5 to • Pedal cycle • Moped • Motor cycle • other

  28. Month • January • February • March • April • May • June • July • August • September • October • November • December

  29. Day of week • Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday • Saturday • Sunday

  30. Hour • 0 – 24See also Glossary

  31. CARE - Results • Quick indicators • Overview tables • Annual Safety Reports • Basic fact sheets • Studies

  32. Quick indicators Percentage change to the number of injury accidents and killed 2005 to 2004 based on provisional data received 15-10-05

  33. Quick indicators • Accidents ... • based on provisional data received 15-10-05

  34. Quick indicators Severity accidents evolution based on provisional data received 15-10-05

  35. CARE - Road Accident statisticsStatistic figures last update 17-05-2006

  36. CARE – Road Accidents Statistics - Fatalities

  37. CARE – Road Accidents Statistics - Fatalities

  38. CARE - Road Accident statisticsDetailed breakdown for each country ----- ---> Reference year 2004, some 2003 or before last update of this paper 17-05-2006

  39. CARE – Annual Safety Reports • Introduction • Overview + Major issues • Time Series • Fatalities 2003 • Fatal accidents • Glossary • List of all tables + figurs

  40. CARE – Annual Safety Reports Overview e.g. Fatality rate per million population, evolution 1994 – 2003 (EU-25)

  41. CARE – Annual Safety Reports Overview e.g. Number of fatalities by area type 2003

  42. CARE – Annual Safety Reports Time series – last 10 yearse.g Injury accidents per ountry ( BE – IT ) 1994-2003

  43. CARE – Annual Safety Reports Fatalities 2003 e.g Number of fatalities in heavy goods vehicles and lorries < 3,5 to by age per country, 2003

  44. CARE – Annual Safety Reports Fatal accidents 2003e.g. Number of pedestrian fatalities by hour of day, EU 14, 1994 and 2003

  45. CARE - Road Accident statisticsStatistic figures last update 11-04-2005 (17-05-2006 )

  46. CARE – basic fact sheets • Children • Car occupants • Motorcycles and mopeds • Motorways • pedestrians