Post Crash Response

Road Safety in the EBRD Region

This report published by EASST along with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the Towards Zero Foundation, Global NCAP and the FIA Foundation uses data from the World Health Organisation Global Status Report on Road Safety 2015 to examine the total number of road deaths and injuries in the EBRD countries of operations, including all 14 EASST countries, as well as the economic cost of road crashes to these countries in transition.

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EASST Annual Report 2017

In 2017, EASST has achieved so much and we are so proud to be achieving our mission of saving lives and preventing injuries by making road transport safer, greener and more sustainable for future generations.

The activities detailed in the Annual Report cover EASST’s six priority areas for 2017: children’s road safety; occupational road safety management; disability, mobility and road risk; post-crash response; road safety enforcement; and governance and capacity building – and showcase the remarkable achievements of all our EASST partners.

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Post-Crash Response: Supporting those affected by road traffic crashes

This report published by the World Health Organisation in November 2016 describes the importance of effective post-crash response and the components needed to achieve this. 

Download the Post-Crash Response: Supporting those affected by road traffic crashes report here.

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Global Status Report on Road Safety 2015, WHO

The World Health Organisation has published its Global Status Report on Road Safety 2015 in the run-up to the 2nd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety taking place in Brasilia in November 2015. 

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FIRE AID Handbook

EASST is founding member of FIRE AID, an association of UK organisations that provide fire and rescue humanitarian aid to communities across the globe deemed in need of such assitance. 

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Firefighters departing for Ukraine

In 2012, a team of firefighters from Kent led by EASST Advisor Mike Pitney departed for Korosten, a village in Ukraine near Chernobyl. 

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