Welcome to learn how collaboration can help save lives!
As a pre-event to the 3rd global ministerial UN-conference on road safety SAFER invites the delegates to a dinner event to share knowledge about how traffic safety research can be performed successfully in collaboration.
The participants will receive a summary from SAFER Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre at Chalmers on effective traffic safety measures responding to the societal challenge on traffic safety. The event will furthermore create a deeper understanding on one of the key mechanisms behind how to improve traffic safety through a successful collaboration model between society, industry, academia and research organisations.
Concrete cost-effective implemented and future measures for increased traffic safety will be presented and the participants will be able to meet leading traffic safety experts within SAFER's network.
As a delegate you will bring home knowledge about:
- Vision Zero – basic principles
- Traffic safety measures today & tomorrow
- A successful collaboration model to work towards a common goal
- System thinking for traffic safety – practical examples on implementation
- Build understanding for needs to move ahead in traffic safety: why fast-footed regulations and investments (including grants) are needed and their benefits, by showing examples of opportunities
- Enabling the future: regulatory & research needs
REGISTRATION: Sign up no later than February 10, 2020 on the link below
People working with policy making and EU officials that can benefit from knowing more about successful measures on traffic safety, state-of the art research, future needs and how to set up a successful collaboration model.
18:00 Welcome and mingling
Presentations from SAFER's partners to give you knowledge about vehicle and traffic safety, based on our successful collaboration model. A summary about way forward in research and need for changes in e.g. the regulation system will also be presented.
19:30 Dinner in mingling format with vehicle and traffic safety experts.
SAFER partners participate with dialogues, presentations, displays and demonstrations.