Road Safety Champion Program Core Module #2: Anatomy of a Crash – Understanding Human Factors
March 28 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
This two-hour training will provide an overview of human factors principles. It will allow the non-expert in human factors to more effectively bring consideration of the road user’s capabilities and limitations into policies and practices. Knowing how road users interact with their vehicle, the roadway and other road users can also provide useful insights into roadway safety. Armed with that knowledge, construction and maintenance personnel, planners, engineers, public health professionals and law enforcement can work together to target appropriate countermeasures to help reduce injury crashes.
The National Center for Rural Road Safety will host all seven core modules of the RSCP on Tuesdays starting March 14th and running until April 25th.
- These trainings will use Zoom. Please ensure Zoom is on your “safe” email list before registering to ensure you receive the link to attend.
- These trainings are part of the RSCP, so the recording WILL NOT be made available to registrants. Please only register if you can attend that day.
- You do not need to attend all 7 modules and can take them out of order.
- You must attend the entire training to receive a certificate of completion.