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Risks and risk taking and how they are related to road safety?

24–25 April 2014
Ribeirão Preto, Brazil
Local organiser(s): Raquel Almqvist
The conference was held in close co-operation with the Faculty of Engineering, Bauru-UNESP.



PRA—Program of Accident Reduction on Highways in the State of Sao Paulo

Carlos Alberto Ferraz Campos

Global Road Safety Programme in Ten Countries: Project “Vida no Trânsito” in Brazil

Cheila Marina de Lima

Risky behaviour

Interaction with IVT-systems – Results of driving behaviour observations from the EU-project INTERACTION

Clemens Kaufmann

Motivational background of risk behaviour among drivers with high recidivism rate

Petr Zámečník

Comparing Simulated Safety Performance to Observed Crash Occurrence

Flávio José Craveiro Cunto

The risky behaviour of young drivers in ArRyadh (Saudi Arabia)

Ralf Risser

Use of driving simulators at road safety in the behavioral perspective: a brief literature review

Miguel Castillo

Programmes and measures

Traffic accident reduction in the cities of Araraquara and Jahu

Coca Ferraz

Rehabilitation of mis-/non-users of child restraint systems in cars in Austria

Christine Chaloupka-Risser

Graduated driver licensing (GDL): searching for the best composition of components

Truls Vaa

GERAR – Strategic Group for Accident Reduction of Arteris and Autovias´s Actions

Fatima Elisabeth de Faria

Observatório Paulista de Trậnsito (São Paulo traffic observatory)

José Antonio Oka

Alcohol and drugs

Amphetamine use by truck drivers on highways of Sao Paulo State: a risk for the occurrence of traffic accidents

Juliana Takitane

Amphetamine, cocaine and cannabinoids use among truck drivers on the roads in the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Daniele Mayumi Sinagawa

Detecting Alcohol and Illicit Drugs in Oral Fluid Samples Collected from Truck Drivers in the State of São Paulo, Brazil

Rafael Menck de Almeida

Alcohol-related traffic accidents with fatal outcomes in the city of Sao Paulo

Julio de Carvalho Ponce

Risk perception

Identification of hazardous intersections a comparison of two approaches – a study the case in Brazil

Victor Torres Witzler

SEST SENAT and Health Project on the Road

Gracéllia Shirley Pessoa Bezerra

Accident analysis

Accident risk for and accident factors regarding nonmotorized road users in Denmark – a central road safety challenge with deficient data

Niels Agerholm

How to achieve a good accident data base system? Speculations from Brazil

Barbara Stolte Bezerra

Accidents between motorcycles: analysis of cases that occurred in the state of Paraná between July 2010 and June 2011

Andrey Rogério Campos Golias

An overview of traffic accidents involving risks to elderly people in the city of São Paulo

Adriane Monteiro Fontana

Poster session

Road safety audit focusing on slope stability

Barbara Stolte Bezerra

Persistent amphetamine consumption by truck drivers in São Paulo State, Brazil, despite the ban on production, prescription, and use

Ligia Goes Endo

Typical scenarios of non professional motorcyclist accidents: Prevention in the center of story

Andrey Rogério Campos Golias

Manual Predictive Method for Urban Roads in Belo Horizonte City/Brazil

Thiago Gonçalves da Costa

Relationship between travel length and drug use among Brazilian truck drivers

Daniele Mayumi Sinagawa

Reducing the legal blood alcohol concentration limit for driving in developing countries: a time for change? Results and implications derived from a time–series analysis (2001–10) conducted in Brazil

Julio de Carvalho Ponce

The Brazilian environmental legislation as a risk factor for accident in Itinere – the case of large trees at roadside

Barbara Stolte Bezerra

Analysis of capacity and conflicts with vulnerable road users in a parking lot – a case study at UNESPBAURU’S campus

Silas Volpon de Mello

Study of organizational climate in a vessel – reflections on the behavior and safety crew

Rosa Maria Padroni

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