Recommendations for establishing Pan European Transparent and Independent Road Accident Investigations
Conference contribution, 2008

A set of recommendations for pan-European transparent and independent road accident investigations has been developed by the SafetyNet project. The aim of these recommendations is to pave the way for future EU scale accident investigation activities by setting out the necessary steps for establishing safety oriented road accident investigations in Member States. This can be seen as the start of the process for establishing road accident investigations throughout Europe which operate according to a common methodology. The recommendations propose a European Safety Oriented Road Accident Investigation Programme which sets out the procedures that need to be put in place to investigate a sample of every day road accidents. They address four sets of issues; institutional addressing the characteristics of the programme; operational describing the conditions under which data is collected; data storage and protection; and reports, countermeasures and the dissemination of data.

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Rachel Elliman

Heikki Jahi

Michael Jaensch

Dietmar Otte

Gabriele Giustiniani

Davide Usami

Helen Fagerlind

Chalmers, Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety

Kalle Parkkari

L Rackliff

Andrew Morris

Gilles Vallet

3:rd International Conference ESAR - Expert Symposium on Accident Research, Hannover, Germany

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