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New evaluation website is a hit

3 February 2011

More than 200 users have signed up to the Road Safety Evaluation website, developed by RoSPA and the DfT.

The website was launched last year and is free to use. It is designed to help road safety practitioners evaluate their education, training and publicity activities.

Registered users so far include local authorities, health services, police, driving schools, consultants and other commercial organisations. In December there were more than 117,000 web hits, with over 1,500 unique visitors.

At the heart of the Road Safety Evaluation website is E-valu-it, an interactive tool that helps practitioners define exactly what they are doing and why, and design and carry out their evaluation. It then encourages users to share and promote their results.

The site also offers a wealth of information about a wide range of evaluation topics.

 Visit roadsafetyevaluation.com, for more information.

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