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How your NGO can reduce work-related road casualties

28 September 2017

The Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety is partnering with the EASST and ACM Moldova to bring you an introductory webinar to occupational road safety management systems.

One third of crashes occur when drivers are on work business. This webinar will make the case for occupational road safety and how NGOs can make a difference. It will also feature a case study from ACM describing how they developed a partnership program that reduced public transport crashes by 48%.

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