(1 Day Hybrid Online Class)
November 3, 2021
7:45am EST – 4:00pm EST
Road safety is a complex issue, and any efforts to improve safety must address not only the roadway but also road user behavior, vehicle design, interaction between road users, and the effect of the roadway on all road users. This training introduces fundamental concepts of injury prevention, crash dynamics, risk factors and interventions.
Who Should Attend: This class was designed for managers and workers alike. Engineers, managers, planners, and public health and safety professionals will recognize the roles and responsibilities of various disciplines and approaches to improving road safety.
Module 1: The Human Factor of Behavior
Module 2: Culture, Behavior, and Road Safety
Module 3: Identifying Risky Behaviors
Module 4: Interventions to Reduce Driver Risk
About the Instructor: Kelly Powell has been Safe Kids Coordinator and Program Director in Palm Beach County, Florida for over 18 years, and has been in the field of injury prevention for over 22 years in Florida. Additionally, Kelly has been a National Child Passenger Safety Technician Instructor for 21 years and has been fortunate to train technicians nationally, and internationally; supporting the development of the child passenger safety program in Qatar.
Kelly has been working with the University of Virginia as a Subject Matter Expert for Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention with the Tribal Technical Assistance Program (TTAP) and now with the Road Safety Champion Program (RSCP).