Skip directly to content

Our News & Events

9 July 2015

The inaugural Australasian Road Safety Conference (ARSC2015) is shaping up to be big after an overwhelming response to the call for abstracts announcement saw more than 280 submissions received for consideration by the conference scientific committee.

The conference will be held at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia, from 14-16 October and merges Australasia’s two former road safety conferences, the Australasian College of Road Safety (ACRS) Conference, and the Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference (RSRPE).

Professor Narelle

8 July 2015

The Global Road Safety Partnership is pleased to announce the launch of the Call for Proposals for Round 8 of the Road Safety Grants Programme.

Initiated in early 2012 with funding from Bloomberg Philanthropies, the primary objective of the Road Safety Grants Programme is to support civil society organizations in selected low- and middle-income countries to advocate for policy change to protect road users. It also supports civil society organizations to promote the successful implementation of evidence-based policies. 

Since its inception, the programme has awarded 38 grants to 27 civil

8 July 2015

The Global Road Safety Partnership is pleased to announce the launch of the Call for Proposals for Round 8 of the Road Safety Grants Programme.

Initiated in early 2012 with funding from Bloomberg Philanthropies, the primary objective of the Road Safety Grants Programme is to support civil society organizations in selected low- and middle-income countries to advocate for policy change to protect road users. It also supports civil society organizations to promote the successful implementation of evidence-based policies. 

Since its inception, the programme has awarded 38 grants to 27 civil

16 June 2015

Announcing GRSP's 4th African road safety event, 2-3 September 2015, Lusaka, ZAMBIA.

Africa Road Safety 2015 will focus on some of the serious gaps in road safety in countries across the African continent, particularly in the sub-Saharan region. The event will comprise a range of stimulating capacity building workshops, keynote addresses and plenary sessions over two full days.

12 June 2015

Launched by Nestlé Philippines in 2009, Safety Beyond the Gates is a programme that seeks to create awareness among employees and third party transport service providers on the importance of road safety.

“At the end of the day, we want our employees and our third party transport service providers to go home to their families safe and sound, without injuries. The Safety Beyond the Gates programme fosters a collective mindset that promotes safety while on the road so as not to endanger oneself and others,” Supply Chain Management Director Robert Vallender explained.

Since 2012, Nestlé
1 June 2015
  • Road accidents are one of the top five causes of medical evacuations managed by International SOS.
  • Motor vehicle crashes are the number one non-natural cause of fatalities of US citizens living, working, or travelling in foreign countries.
  • In Europe, it is estimated 60% of work accidents resulting in death are due to road crashes.
  • International SOS and Control Risks endeavour to reduce road accidents through educating business travellers and expatriates.

International SOS and Control Risks, with content contributions and guidance from GRSP, have launched a new eLearning module to help raise

18 May 2015

The Asian Development Bank (ADB), Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP), International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP) and FIA Foundation partnered to organize Asia Pacific Road Safety 2015 held from 28-30 April in Manila, Philippines.

The seminar saw 186 road safety experts, practitioners, business representatives and senior government officials from all over the region and the world attend a full agenda of workshops, discussions and keynote addresses.

Pages