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RSCP: Crash Reporting

Posted: 1/16/2024

TRAINING: March 5, 2024, 8:00AM - 10:00AM PT

The National Center for Rural Road Safety (NCRRS) is hosting an online training on Crash Reporting as part of its latest virtual delivery of the Road Safety Champion Program (RSCP).

This free two-hour training provides an overview of the role of crash data collection and reporting in fostering a "Safe System" and how such reporting benefits from cross-sectoral coordination among law enforcement, engineers, planners, and public health professionals.

This training also reviews challenges with crash and injury surveillance, some nuances of crash data collection and reporting, as well as ways in which crash and injury data can be leveraged to inform the design of safety interventions.

RSCP is a nationally recognized certificate program designed to build a knowledgeable, safety minded workforce, responsible for operating, maintaining, and designing local roads. Road Safety Champions prioritize safety and are motivated to implement safety improvements that reduce fatalities and serious injuries on rural and local roadways.

RSCP training participants that complete a series of courses in core and specialized safety issues will be awarded a Road Safety Champion Program Certificate.

Access the full list of RSCP safety trainings here

This Event is Free

National Center for Rural Road Safety

NCRRS is a premier center of excellence for training, education, resources, and technical assistance on rural road safety.

It provides coordinated, multidisciplinary, scalable, and accessible safety resources to rural communities to accelerate road safety improvements and save lives.

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