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FHWA Systemic Safety Webinar Series: Advancing Systemic Safety Implementation Efforts
November 18, 2015 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pmFree
Please join the Federal Highway Administration on Wednesday, November 18th at 1:00 PM ET for the Systemic Safety Webinar Series. During the final webinar of the series, “Advancing Systemic Safety Implementation Efforts ”, you will learn how three different agencies are using innovative implementation and evaluation approaches to advance systemic safety efforts. Specifically,
- Matthew Enders of the Washington State Department of Transportation will present a County Safety Program being used in the State to implement systemic safety projects.
- Robert Peterson of the California Department of Transportation will present the agency’s approach for applying benefit-cost evaluation procedures to systemic projects.
- Jason Hershock of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will present an evaluation approach used to track the effectiveness of its systemic safety projects.
Use the link below to register for the November 18th webinar:
NOTE ABOUT WEBINAR REGISTRATION:
FHWA has moved to a new webinar registration system in an External SharePoint site. In the new External SharePoint System, EXTERNAL users (those without a @dot.gov email address) will have to request an account before they can register. Here is the link to request an account: https://collaboration.fhwa.dot.gov/FBA/Register.aspx. Step-by step instructions on how to request an account can be found here: https://connectdot.connectsolutions.com/espnon-dotstaff/. The account issuance takes approximately one business day. Once you receive your account information, you can access the site by clicking on the registration link and logging in. USDOT users do not have to create an account in order to register. They can click on the registration link and use their USDOT credentials to access the site.
For More Information:
Visit the website at http://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/systemic to learn more about the systemic approach to safety, including upcoming webinars and information about available training and technical assistance.