11 thought leaders combining extensive experience in economic analysis, diagnosis tools and countermeasures shared strategies and applied practices that can result in better dimensioned and targeted safety action plans.
“Road Network Safety Management in Fast-Motorizing Economies” is a forum and certified workshop for road professionals aimed at delivering practical pathways to improved road safety performance through policies and measures that target recurrent road safety management and engineering weaknesses found in countries experiencing high growths in vehicle and motorcycle ownership.
10 countries took part in the inaugural edition of IRF’s Road Network Safety Management course held on September 4-8 in Dubai, UAE. The new course offered the theoretical background and applied practices to effectively identify and reduce exposure to traffic injury risks.
As a global leader in road safety, the IRF is well positioned to present state of the art methodologies and cutting edge technologies that have been field tested to forecast crashes and reduce traffic injury risk. Seminar attendees will receive the necessary theoretical background and applied practices on traffic injury risk identification and reduction to ensure their programs are the most effective globally.
On the occasion of IRF’s inaugural executive seminar on Road Network Safety Management, Abertis’ Jérôme Ferré presents a market leader’s vision for safer roads.