Karolina Björkman

Showing 9 publications

2010

The development of a European fatal accident database

Andrew Morris, Charlotte Brace, Steven Reed et al
International Journal of Crashworthiness. Vol. 15 (2), p. 201-209
Journal article
2009

An Examination of Road Traffic Crash Causation Factors according to Crash Type and Driver Age

Rachel Talbot, Russel Danton, Andrew Morris et al
International Traffic Medicine Association 21st World Congress
Conference contribution
2008

SafetyNet Deliverable 5.8; In-depth accident causation database and analysis report

Karolina Björkman, Helen Fagerlind, Mikael Ljung Aust et al
Report
2008

SafetyNet Deliverable 5.5; Glossary of Data Variables for Fatal and Accident Causation Databases

Steven Reed, Andrew Morris, Karolina Björkman et al
Report
2008

SafetyNet Deliverable 5.7; Fatal Accident Database Development and Analysis - Final Report

Steven Reed, Andrew Morris, Karolina Björkman et al
Report
2008

The Development of a European Fatal Accident Database

Andrew Morris, Charlotte Brace, Steven Reed et al
Proceeding of the International Crashworthiness Conference ICRASH, Kyoto, Japan
Conference contribution
2008

Development of an In-depth European Accident Causation Database and the Driving Reliability and Error Analysis Method, DREAM 3.0

Helen Fagerlind, Karolina Björkman, HENRIETTE WALLÉN WARNER et al
3:rd International Conference ESAR - Expert Symposium on Accident Research, Hannover, Germany, September
Conference contribution
2008

SafetyNet Deliverable 5.9; WP5 Methodology Workshop Report

Steven Reed, Andrew Morris, Helen Fagerlind et al
Report

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