Organisation: RoSPA & DfT
Date uploaded: 8th December 2010
Date published/launched: December 2010
The main aims of E-valu-it are to increase and improve the measures of effectiveness of road safety education, training and publicity (ETP) and to improve the efficient use of road safety ETP resources.
Once an evaluation report has been completed, users have the option of publishing it on the Road Safety Evaluation website to share their experiences and findings with colleagues in the UK and around the world.
The main target audience for E-valu-it is road safety professionals, including those from local authorities, emergency services and charities. However, anyone is free to use E-valu-it. For example, employers may find it useful to evaluate their initiatives to improve their company's at-work road safety initiatives.
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Help Forum posts
Charging for RS education in schools
Iain Temperton (17.08.18)
PTW access to bus lanes
Sue Snoddy (08.08.18)
Ryan Penn (01.08.18)
Elaine Skinley (30.07.18)
Studies showing the effectiveness of using coloured antiskid surfacing in reducing collisions
Nick Cowling (26.07.18)