Stakeholder Share Application
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In the past, traffic safety stakeholders across Alberta have developed and implemented successful community-based occupant restraint programs, resources and best practices. AORP wants to create an opportunity to increase the ability to share and highlight this work by creating an Alberta Traffic Safety Stakeholder Sharing Application.

The Stakeholder Sharing Application will serve as a place to post and share all the ideas, projects and initiatives that partners have been promoting in their areas. If you have helpful information or any ideas regarding occupant restraints and their use, please share with the rest of the stakeholders by posting your content here. Content will be categorized by the area/partner/stakeholder that contributes the material, and users will also be able to search the site by key words.

The stakeholders include:

  1. Alberta Centre for Injury Control & Research (ACICR)
  2. Alberta Health Services Provincial Team
  3. Alberta Health Services Zones
    1. North Zone
    2. Edmonton Zone
    3. Central Zone
    4. Calgary Zone
    5. South Zone
  4. Alberta Transportation’s Regional Traffic Safety Consultants
  5. Alberta Justice and Solicitor General: Sheriffs
  6. Calgary Police Service
  7. Edmonton Police Service
  8. Insurance Bureau of Canada
  9. Municipal Police Services
  10. Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
  11. St. John Ambulance
  12. Other stakeholders
    1. SEASAS
Road Rash Radio Spots

Contributed by: Alberta Transportation's Regional Traffic Safety Consultants
Date posted: March 12, 2014

“These Road Rash Radio spots are provided as a resource for community partners.” Traffic Safety Crew Truck No Belts Into...
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TAKE ACTION to Prevent Motor Vehicle Collisions

Contributed by: Injury Prevention Centre
Date posted: September 25, 2013

TAKE ACTION to Prevent Motor Vehicle Collisions – a resource from ACICR. Motor Vehicle Collisions 2013

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Rear-Facing YES Test

Contributed by: Injury Prevention Centre
Date posted: August 29, 2013

This easy-to-use resource helps ensure you are using rear-facing child safety seats correctly. It provides information about the following topics:...
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