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Microsoft Word - RASGPAESC12IP02.doc RASG-PA ESC/12 – IP/02 09/03/12 International Civil Aviation Organization Twelfth Meeting of the Regional Aviation Safety Group – Pan America (RASG-PA) Executive Steering Committee RASG-PA ESC/12 Montego Bay, Jamaica, 14 to 15 March 2012 Agenda Item 3.6: RASG-PA Projects/UPDATE  4.2: RASG-PA GSI-4 Project - Effective Incident and Accident Investigation Central America Regional Accident Investigation Group Update (Presented by COCESNA/ACSA)   SUMMARY This working paper presents an update to the evolution project of the implementation of the Regional Accident Investigation Group by COCESNA/ACSA, and supported by RASG-PA as a project, whose objective will be the investigation and prevention of accidents and serious incidents in the Central American region accordingly with ICAO Annex 13 and ICAO SARPs. (...) Phase III (2012-2014) Prevention Phase: a. Creation of an accident investigation laboratory to assist Member States with technical and accident reconstruction capabilities. 3. Summary 3.1 The existence of an independent body, responsible for the investigation of accident and incident within Central America ensures: 1.
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Score: 852282.9 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...ASGPAESC12/RASGPAESC12IP02.pdf
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EFDRR Focused thematic discussion - Preventing another Sandoz, Baia Mare or Beirut accident: Perspectives on risk management in the context of the Sendai Framework | UNECE Skip to main content English Français Pусский Español العربية 汉语 English Advanced Search   Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options Meetings & Events Meetings & Events Practical Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory EFDRR Focused thematic discussion - Preventing another Sandoz, Baia Mare or Beirut accident: Perspectives on risk management in the context of the Sendai Framework EFDRR Focused thematic discussion - Preventing another Sandoz, Baia Mare or Beirut accident: Perspectives on risk management in the context of the Sendai Framework Environmental Policy Industrial Accidents Other events of interest (on industrial accidents) 24 November 2021 10:00 - 12:00 Matosinhos, Portugal and online The UNECE Industrial Accidents Convention, in cooperation and co-organization with OECD, EIB, Norway and Slovenia, organized a focused thematic discussion on chemical and industrial risk management that took place on 24 of November, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m CET in the framework of EFDRR. The focused thematic discussion was titled Preventing another Sandoz, Baia Mare or Beirut accident: Perspectives on risk management in the context of the Sendai Framework. (...) Opening Key note address ( pre-recorded video ) Elisabeth Sørbøe Aarsæther, Director-General of the Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection (DSB), Norway Key note address Bojan Dejak, Director-General, Water and Investment Directorate, Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, Republic of Slovenia Session 1: Chemical and industrial disaster risk – a scene setter Overview of chemical and industrial accidents ( PDF )   Rachel McCann , Chair of the OECD Working Party on Chemical Accidents and Head of Emergency Planning Unit, Health and Safety Executive, United Kingdom Legal, policy and governance frameworks and their implementation ( PDF ) Franziska Hirsch, Secretary to the UNECE Industrial Accidents Convention Session 2: Revisiting the Sendai priorities using a chemical disasters’ risks lens Understanding industrial and chemical disaster risk Jasmina Karba, Secretary, Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, Slovenia Governance for industrial and chemical accident prevention, preparedness and response   Torill Tandberg, Chair of the Industrial Accidents Convention, member of the Bureau of the OECD Working Party on Chemical Accidents and Specialist Director International Relations of the Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection Financing for industrial and chemical risk management ( PDF ) Bartholomew Judd, Environmental Specialist, European Investment Bank Transboundary cooperation for prevention, preparedness, and recovery ( PDF ) Svetlana Stirbu, Health, Safety and Environmental Protection Specialist, ICS Danube Logistics SRL, Moldova Session 3: Coherence between policies: industrial safety, disaster risk and sustainable development Showcasing policy coherence Cascading effects: Natech risk and governance responses ( PDF ) Elisabeth Krausmann, Principal Scientist, European Commission Joint Research Centre Showcasing integrated national strategies on DRR and sustainable development - technical, industrial and chemical safety ( PDF ) Evgeny Baranovsky, Deputy Head of the International Cooperation Department, Ministry for Emergency Situations, Belarus Land-use planning for accident prevention and response ( PDF ) Martin Merkofer, Head of the Major Accident and Earthquake Mitigation Section, Federal Office for the Environment, Switzerland Interactive poll             Figure 1: screenshot of the interactive poll COVID-19 implications for industrial and chemical safety Current and future implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for chemical and industrial safety ( PDF ) Torill Tandberg, Chair of the Industrial Accidents Convention, member of the Bureau of the OECD Working Party on Chemical Accidents and Specialist Director International Relations of the Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection Closing remarks Key messages for global discussion and key input to EFDRR and Global Platform on DRR ( PDF ) Dmitry Mariyasin, Deputy Executive Secretary, UNECE ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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Score: 851560.9 - https://unece.org/info/events/event/353910
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The so-called “natural hazard triggering technological” (“NaTech”) risks, whereby environmental disasters such as floods or earthquakes trigger major accidents at industrial sites or other technological facilities, are thus also increased. These accidents place significant pressure on emergency response services, governments, businesses, industry and communities, both within and across country borders. (...) The severe consequences of accidental transboundary water pollution have been illustrated by a number of major industrial accidents in Europe and Central Asia, including the   Sandoz accident   (Switzerland, 1986),   Baia Mare disaster   (Romania, 2000) and the   Ridder accident   (Kazakhstan, 2016).      
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Score: 851260.5 - https://unece.org/water-and-industrial-accidents-0
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In total 1077 accidents were associated with wood harvesting activities. The overall accident rate amounted to 54.2 incidents per million cubic meter or 77.1 accidents per million work hours. There was a clear spike in accidents between 10 a.m. and 12 noon. Most accidents occurred on Monday and Tuesday (24.7% and 22% respectively) and in March (10.8%) and February (10.6%).
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Score: 850509.1 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...cases/case-detail/en/c/213768/
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SYSTEMS FOR RECORDING AND NOTIFICATION Article 2 The competent authority shall, by laws or regulations or any other method consistent with national conditions and practice, and in consultation with the most representative organizations of employers and workers, establish and periodically review requirements and procedures for: (a) the recording of occupational accidents, occupational diseases and, as appropriate, dangerous occurrences, commuting accidents and suspected cases of occupational diseases; and (b) the notification of occupational accidents, occupational diseases and, as appropriate, dangerous occurrences, commuting accidents and suspected cases of occupational diseases. (...) Article 4 The requirements and procedures for the notification shall determine: (a) the responsibility of employers: (i) to notify the competent authorities or other designated bodies of occupational accidents, occupational diseases and, as appropriate, dangerous occurrences, commuting accidents and suspected cases of occupational diseases; and (ii) to provide appropriate information to workers and their representatives concerning the notified cases; (b) where appropriate, arrangements for notification of occupational accidents and occupational diseases by insurance institutions, occupational health services, medical practitioners and other bodies directly concerned; (c) the criteria according to which occupational accidents, occupational diseases and, as appropriate, dangerous occurrences, commuting accidents and suspected cases of occupational diseases are to be notified; and (d) the time limits for notification. (...) NATIONAL STATISTICS Article 6 Each Member which ratifies this Protocol shall, based on the notifications and other available information, publish annually statistics that are compiled in such a way as to be representative of the country as a whole, concerning occupational accidents, occupational diseases and, as appropriate, dangerous occurrences and commuting accidents, as well as the analyses thereof.
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Score: 850333.2 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...m/gb/docs/gb286/pdf/lils-6.pdf
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SYSTEMS FOR RECORDING AND NOTIFICATION Article 2 The competent authority shall, by laws or regulations or any other method consistent with national conditions and practice, and in consultation with the most representative organizations of employers and workers, establish and periodically review requirements and procedures for: (a) the recording of occupational accidents, occupational diseases and, as appropriate, dangerous occurrences, commuting accidents and suspected cases of occupational diseases; and (b) the notification of occupational accidents, occupational diseases and, as appropriate, dangerous occurrences, commuting accidents and suspected cases of occupational diseases. (...) Article 4 The requirements and procedures for the notification shall determine: (a) the responsibility of employers: (i) to notify the competent authorities or other designated bodies of occupational accidents, occupational diseases and, as appropriate, dangerous occurrences, commuting accidents and suspected cases of occupational diseases; and (ii) to provide appropriate information to workers and their representatives concerning the notified cases; (b) where appropriate, arrangements for notification of occupational accidents and occupational diseases by insurance institutions, occupational health services, medical practitioners and other bodies directly concerned; (c) the criteria according to which occupational accidents, occupational diseases and, as appropriate, dangerous occurrences, commuting accidents and suspected cases of occupational diseases are to be notified; and (d) the time limits for notification. (...) NATIONAL STATISTICS Article 6 Each Member which ratifies this Protocol shall, based on the notifications and other available information, publish annually statistics that are compiled in such a way as to be representative of the country as a whole, concerning occupational accidents, occupational diseases and, as appropriate, dangerous occurrences and commuting accidents, as well as the analyses thereof.
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Score: 850333.2 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...m/gb/docs/gb286/pdf/lils-6.pdf
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WHO Collaborating Center – Fukushima Medical University is conducting a  Health Risk Management Survey  of the people affected by the accident. Today’s remaining challenge in terms of managing health impact of the accident, is mitigation of the psychosocial impact of the disaster.     (...) Download Read More 6 May 2012 Preliminary dose estimation from the nuclear accident after the 2011 Great East Japan earthquake and... (...) Download Read More 8 November 2017 WHO response to Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant accident On March 11, 2011, the Japanese National Focal Point for the International Health Regulations (IHR) informed WHO about the nuclear accident caused by the...
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Score: 850333.2 - https://www.who.int/activities...-of-fukushima-nuclear-accident
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The target associated with this goal (Target 1.1) is the decrease of the global accident rate for commercial scheduled operations. Several indicators are linked to this target including number of accidents, fatal accidents and fatalities by State, region or globally, as well as accident, fatal accident and fatality rates (i.e. number of occurrences per million departures). (...) World RASG-MID RASG-APAC RASG-EUR RASG-PA RASG-AFI ​ Accidents Fatal Accidents Accidents of CFIT Accidents of LOC-I Accidents of RS ​ Share this page : Contact ICAO | The United Nations Terms and Conditions | External Resources | Web Support | FAQ © International Civil Aviation Organization
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Score: 850147.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Pages/Goal-1.aspx
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Symposium on Assistance to Aircraft Accident Victims and their Families You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) The Symposium on Assistance to Aircraft Accident Victims and their Families, hosted by the Government of Spain, will provide an overview of the regulatory framework related to the Symposium topic, as provided by Annex 9 — Facilitation and Annex 13 — Aircraft accident and incident investigation. Besides, as adopted by the 38th Session of the Assembly (A38), Resolution A38-1 recognized the need to provide assistance to victims and their families and urged States to “establish legislation, regulations and/or policies to support victims of civil aviation accidents and their family members”. In 2013, the ICAO Council approved the ICAO Policy on Assistance to Aircraft Accident Victims and their Families which was published in Doc 9998 with the associated guidance material Doc 9973, Manual on Assistance to Aircraft Accident Victims and their Families, aimed at assisting States in implementing this policy.
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Score: 850147.1 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/AAAVF2021/Pages/default.aspx
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Slide 1 Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine Overview Crash database systems in TRACECA countries Dr Alan Ross Team leader TRACECA Regional road safety project alanross999@gmail.com mailto:alanross999@gmail.com Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine 2 Willingness to share data Quality of software platform for database Data analysis available by internet Road accident database available by internet Data in database available from which year Exchange of data with other institutions Similarity with CADaS Effective analysis Impact indicators for Crash database system Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine 3 TRACECA – Regional average 0 20 40 60 80 100 Quality of software platform for database Data analysis available by internet Road accident database available by internet Willingness to share data Data available from whicih year Exchange of data with other institutions Similarity with CADaS Efective analysis TRACECA Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine IMPACT INDICATORS CURRENT SITUATION Institution(s) responsible for road accident database MIA, Traffic Police Department Electronic road accident database Yes Type of software platform Microsoft, SQL Data available by internet Generally No, but in some case Yes - just a general data Road accident database available by internet (just a general data) No Official request need for general data Generally Yes, but for TRACECA No Data available from which year 2013 Systematic exchange of data with other institution No, just with Ministry of Transport, Road authorities, based on personal level Definition of road death Up to 30 Days 4 ARMENIA 0 20 40 60 80 100 Quality of software platform for database Data analysis available by internet Road accident database available by internet Willingness to share data Data from RA database available from which year Exchange of data with other institutions Similarity with CADaS Effective analysis Armenia TRACECA Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine IMPACT INDICATORS CURRENT SITUATION Institution(s) responsible for road accident database MIA, Traffic Police Department and General Statistical Office Electronic road accident database Yes Type of software platform Microsoft, SQL* (not verified) Data available by internet Yes Road accident database available by internet (just a general data) No, but general data Yes on the General statistical office website Official request need for general data No Data available from which year 2000 Systematic exchange of data with other institution No, just between MIA and General Statistical Office Definition of road death Up to 7 days 5 AZERBAIJAN 0 20 40 60 80 100 Quality of software platform for database Data analysis available by internet Road accident database available by internet Willingness to share data Data from RA database available from which year Exchange of data with other institutions Similarity with CADaS Effective analysis Azerbaijan TRACECA Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine IMPACT INDICATORS CURRENT SITUATION Institution(s) responsible for road accident database MIA, Traffic Police Department (Patrol police) Electronic road accident database No, just Microsoft Excel files Type of software platform Excel files Data available by internet No Road accident database available by internet (just a general data) No Official request need for general data Yes, but for TRACECA no Data available from which year 2010 Systematic exchange of data with other institution Yes, just with Road authorities Definition of road death Up to 30 days 6 GEORGIA 0 20 40 60 80 100 Quality of software platform for database Data analysis available by internet Road accident database available by internet Willingness to share data Data available from whicih year Exchange of data with other institutions Similarity with CADaS* Efective analysis Georgia TRACECA Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine IMPACT INDICATORS CURRENT SITUATION Institution(s) responsible for road accident database MIA, Traffic Police Department and General Prosecutor Office Electronic road accident database Yes Type of software platform Oracle* (not verified) Data available by internet Yes Road accident database available by internet (just a general data) Yes (place of road accidents with killed and injured) Official request need for general data No Data available from which year 2012 Systematic exchange of data with other institution Yes Definition of road death Up to 30 days 7 KAZAKHSTAN 0 20 40 60 80 100 Quality of software platform for database Data analysis available by internet Road accident database available by internet Willingness to share data Data available from whicih year Exchange of data with other institutions Similarity with CADaS Efective analysis Kazakhstan TRACECA Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine IMPACT INDICATORS CURRENT SITUATION Institution(s) responsible for road accident database MIA, Traffic Police Department Electronic road accident database No, just Microsoft Excel files Type of software platform Excel files Data available by internet No Road accident database available by internet (just a general data) No Official request need for general data Yes Data available from which year Unknown (Data are not available for TRACECA) Systematic exchange of data with other institution No Definition of road death Up to 30 days 8 KYRGYZSTAN 0 20 40 60 80 100 Quality of software platform for database Data analysis available by internet Road accident database available by internet Willingness to share data Data from RA database available from which year Exchange of data with other institutions Similarity with CADaS Effective analysis Kyrgyzstan TRACECA Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine IMPACT INDICATORS CURRENT SITUATION Institution(s) responsible for road accident database MIA, Traffic Police Department Electronic road accident database Yes Type of software platform Microsoft, SQL Data available by internet Generally No, but in some case Yes, just a general data Road accident database available by internet (just a general data) No Official request need for general data No Data available from which year 2008 (for TRACECA from 2013) Systematic exchange of data with other institution Yes, with State road authorities Definition of road death Up to 30 days 9 MOLDOVA 0 20 40 60 80 100 Quality of software platform for database Data analysis available by internet Road accident database available by internet Willingness to share data Data from RA database available from which year Exchange of data with other institutions Similarity with CADaS Effective analysis Moldova TRACECA Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine IMPACT INDICATORS CURRENT SITUATION Institution(s) responsible for road accident database MIA, Traffic Police Department Electronic road accident database Yes* (not verified) Type of software platform Microsoft Access* (not verified) Data available by internet No Road accident database available by internet (just a general data) No Official request need for general data Yes Data available from which year 1995* (for TRACECA available from 2005) Systematic exchange of data with other institution Yes, with Ministry of Transport and State service on control and regulation in the field of transport Definition of road death Up to 7 days 10 TAJIKISTAN 0 20 40 60 80 100 Quality of software platform for database Data analysis available by internet Road accident database available by internet Willingness to share data Data from RA database available from which year Exchange of data with other institutions Similarity with CADaS Effective analysis Tajikistan TRACECA Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine IMPACT INDICATORS CURRENT SITUATION Institution(s) responsible for road accident database MIA, State Traffic Inspectorate Electronic road accident database Yes Type of software platform Oracle Data available by internet Yes, just a general data Road accident database available by internet (just a general data) No Official request need for general data No Data available from which year 2005 (for TRACECA from 2010) Systematic exchange of data with other institution Yes, with State Road Agency “Ukravtodor” and SE «Derzhdor NDI» Definition of road death Up to 30 days 11 UKRAINE 0 20 40 60 80 100 Quality of software platform for database Data analysis available by internet Road accident database available by internet Willingness to share data Data from RA database available from which year Exchange of data with other institutions Similarity with CADaS Effective analysis Ukraine TRACECA Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine IMPACT INDICATORS CURRENT SITUATION Institution(s) responsible for road accident database MIA, Traffic Police Department Electronic road accident database Yes* (not verified) Type of software platform Microsoft Access* (not verified) Data available by internet No Road accident database available by internet (just a general data) No Official request need for general data Yes Data available from which year 2000 (data are not available for TRACECA) Systematic exchange of data with other institution No Definition of road death Up to 7 days 12 UZBEKISTAN 0 20 40 60 80 100 Quality of software platform for database Data analysis available by internet Road accident database available by internet Willingness to share data Data from RA database available from which year Exchange of data with other institutions Similarity with CADaS Effective analysis Uzbekistan TRACECA Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine Current situation 13 IMPACT INDICATORS ARMENIA GEORGIA MOLDOVA UKRAINE Institution(s) responsible for road accident database MIA, Traffic Police Department MIA, Traffic Police Department (Patrol police) MIA, Traffic Police Department MIA, State Traffic Inspectorate Electronic road accident database Yes No, just Microsoft Excel files Yes Yes Type of software platform Microsoft, SQL Excel files Microsoft, SQL Oracle Data available by internet Generally No, but in some case Yes - just a general data No Generally No, but in some case Yes, just a general data Yes, just a general data Road accident database available by internet (just a general data) No No No No Official request need for general data Generally Yes, but for TRACECA No Yes, but for TRACECA no No No Data available from which year 2013 2010 2008 (for TRACECA from 2013) 2005 (for TRACECA from 2010) Systematic exchange of data with other institution No, just with Ministry of Transport, Road authorities, based on personal level Yes, just with Road authorities Yes, with State road authorities Yes, with State Road Agency “Ukravtodor” and SE «Derzhdor NDI» Definition of road death Up to 30 Days Up to 30 days Up to 30 days Up to 30 days Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine Current situation IMPACT INDICATORS AZERBAIJAN KAZAKHSTAN KYRGYZSTAN TAJIKISTAN UZBEKISTAN Institution(s) responsible for road accident database MIA, Traffic Police Department and General Statistical Office MIA, Traffic Police Department and General Prosecutor Office MIA, Traffic Police Department MIA, Traffic Police Department MIA, Traffic Police Department Electronic road accident database Yes Yes No, just Microsoft Excel files Yes* (not verified) Yes* (not verified) Type of software platform Microsoft, SQL* (not verified) Oracle* (not verified) Excel files Microsoft Access* (not verified) Microsoft Access* (not verified) Data available by internet Yes Yes No No No Road accident database available by internet (just a general data) No, but general data Yes on the General statistical office website Yes (place of road accidents with killed and injured) No No No Official request need for general data No No Yes Yes Yes Data available from which year 2000 2012 Unknown (Data are not available for TRACECA) 1995* (for TRACECA available from 2005) 2000 (data are not available for TRACECA) Systematic exchange of data with other institution No, just between MIA and General Statistical Office Yes No Yes, with Ministry of Transport and State service on control and regulation in the field of transport No Definition of road death Up to 7 days Up to 30 days Up to 30 days Up to 7 days Up to 7 days 14 Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine 15 Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine 16 Implementation of the regional road safety Action Plan for the Neighbourhood East and Central Asia – TRACECA Road Safety II EuropeAid/133698/C/SER/Multi Project funded by EU Consortium SAFEGE – IMC Worldwide – Grant Thornton – Granturco & Partners Head Office Belgium – Gulledelle 92, B-1200 Brussels, BELGIUM, Tel: +32-2-739.46.98, +33-146-14-72-94, Fax: +32.2.742.38.91 Project Office: Kiev, Ukraine Thank you for your attention !
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Score: 850067.9 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/doc/2015/speca/TRACECA_2.pdf
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