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Premium member Presentation Transcript A Decade Of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020 PRE LEARNERS TRAININGGood Habits from Cradle to Grave : SPONSORED BY KERALA ROAD SAFETY AUTHORITY PREPARED BY R&D TEAM (ROAD SAFETY) Kerala Motor Vehicles Department A Decade Of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020 PRE LEARNERS TRAININGGood Habits from Cradle to Grave World Statistics : World Statistics Each year nearly 1.2 million people die and 50 millions more are injured or disabled as a result of road crashes, mostly in low-income and middle-income countries. Indian road accident statistics of 2008 (NCRB, 2009) : Indian road accident statistics of 2008 (NCRB, 2009) 4,15,855 Road Accidents , 118239 Death due to accidents Most of the victims of accidents were aged between 15 to 44 years. (61.5%) Social cost of accident in 2002 in India was ` 55,000 crore! (D.MOHAN,2002) 324 Deaths per day and 1285 injuries per day due to Road Accidents in India! “Single death is a tragedy; a million deaths is a statistic” Joseph Stalin HOW ACCIDENTS : HOW ACCIDENTS Accidents are not happening Somebodies are making it First Part : Drivers are responsible for it Then WE; all road users are responsible for it Drivers Part : Drivers Part 1.Weather 2.Driving Conditions 3.Drivers Vehicle Conditions 4.Drivers Mood How we Drive? : How we Drive? Please watch How we Drive : How we Drive What happens is……. : What happens is……. A Sample Driving : A Sample Driving Driving –ontogenetic learning : Driving –ontogenetic learning Slide 15: Teacher creats an educated MAN! SEE HOW IT WORKS? Teaching : Teaching Slide 17: Why Accidents 1.Risk Perception:- Underestimating potential hazards on road ! Slide 20: Why Accidents 2. Unrealistic Optimism:- Overestimating Drivers own ability. Slide 23: Why Accidents 3.Speed:- Unadaptive speed. Slide 25: Why Accidents 4. Violations:- a) Slackness b) Lapse c)Violation Slide 27: Why Accidents 5.Mobile Phones:-Distractions, inattentive blindness Mobile : Mobile Slide 29: Why Accidents D runken reduced reaction time D rivIng poor decision Slide 32: Why Accidents F A T I G U E Physical, Psychological, Drowsiness, sleep. Unrealistic …….. : Unrealistic …….. Slide 34: Why Accidents TRAFFIC System. disorganised roads Basic Engineering : Basic Engineering A brief knowledge of how a vehicle Moves will help you To make A Better Driving. Know Your Car : Know Your Car How Clutch Works : How Clutch Works How Gear Box Works : How Gear Box Works How Rear Wheels Rotate : How Rear Wheels Rotate Drum Brakes : Drum Brakes On the Road : On the Road A Driver has to face Many Distractions On the Road See…………. Distractions : Distractions How we drive : How we drive How we drive : How we drive How we drive : How we drive Distractions : Distractions Distractions : Distractions OVERSPEED : OVERSPEED Speed Thrills But kills Living Evidence of Over speed : Living Evidence of Over speed Broken piece of a motor cycle shows its speed What is OverSpeed : What is OverSpeed Yes, this is over speed : Yes, this is over speed Slide 56: STOPPING SIGHT DISTANCE click for show Stopping sight distance Stopping distance : Stopping distance What is stopping Distance? : What is stopping Distance? Stopping Distance + Careless pedastrians : Stopping Distance + Careless pedastrians Stopping Distance : Stopping Distance Measuring Stopping Distance : Measuring Stopping Distance This is overspeed : This is overspeed Effect of Eye Sight50 km – 110 km. : Effect of Eye Sight50 km – 110 km. Dark green sows sight in 50 kmph Light green-60kmph This green-70kmph This colour-80kmp This colour-90kmph This colour-100kmph This colour-110kmph How to be Safe? : How to be Safe? Slide 65: Mobile Phones Your call should not be the last oneyour eye and ear share the attentionResult =inattentive blindness=serious accident : Your call should not be the last oneyour eye and ear share the attentionResult =inattentive blindness=serious accident Mobile : Mobile Mobile : Mobile Mobile : Mobile Excuse………….. : Excuse………….. Slide 71: Helmets USE HELMET TO SAVE YOUR HEAD we can reduce death and serious injuries by more than half : USE HELMET TO SAVE YOUR HEAD we can reduce death and serious injuries by more than half SURVIVED FROM A MAJOR ACCIDENT MIRACULASLY Bike Accident : Bike Accident This is a Helmet : This is a Helmet HELMET FOR THOSE WHO HAVE HEAD : HELMET FOR THOSE WHO HAVE HEAD Helmets : Helmets ഹെല്മെറ്റ് This is Helmet : This is Helmet Is It an Helmet? : Is It an Helmet? No. Its Hell Mate : No. Its Hell Mate Drunken Driving : Drunken Driving D r U n k E n D riving Victim of drunken driving : Victim of drunken driving Saburido Again : Saburido Again Accidents : Accidents accidents are not happening but we are making it Effect of increase in speed on impact : Effect of increase in speed on impact Impact in different speeds : Najeeb Impact in different speeds Seat Belt How? : Seat Belt How? Seat Belt : Seat Belt Seat Belt Helps You to Survive : Seat Belt Helps You to Survive Accident : With and Without Seat Belt : Accident : With and Without Seat Belt Increase of fatality with Speed : Increase of fatality with Speed Slide 99: Jumping Traffic DON’T JUMP TO DEATH : DON’T JUMP TO DEATH Signal Jumping to Death : Signal Jumping to Death Signal Jumping may cause Death : Signal Jumping may cause Death Blind Spot : Blind Spot Head Lights : How to use? : Head Lights : How to use? Round abouts: whats it? : Round abouts: whats it? Pedestrian Crossing : Pedestrian Crossing Indian vs. German : Indian vs. German Accident: What to do? : Accident: What to do? Road Safety : Road Safety What Help to Avoid Accidents : What Help to Avoid Accidents Education Training Enforcement Engineering Less Exposure Effective Public transport WE CAN SAVE SO MANY LIVESKERALA MOTOR VEHICLES DEPARTMENT INVITE YOU TO WORK HAND IN HAND TO SAVE LIVESThank you and wish you safe journey alwaysConducted byM.S.Mohanan(A.M.V.I.) sponsored byKERALA ROAD SAFETY AUTHORITY : WE CAN SAVE SO MANY LIVESKERALA MOTOR VEHICLES DEPARTMENT INVITE YOU TO WORK HAND IN HAND TO SAVE LIVESThank you and wish you safe journey alwaysConducted byM.S.Mohanan(A.M.V.I.) sponsored byKERALA ROAD SAFETY AUTHORITY You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.