Over 200 road safety practitioners sign up to E-valu-it
More than 200 users have already signed up to the new road safety evaluation website – www.roadsafetyevaluation.com.
As at 26th January 2011, there were 217 registered users, including local authorities, the health service, police, driving schools, consultants and other commercial organisations.
So far, the registered users have started 122 projects, and 27 users have already received and chosen their evaluation recommendations.
In December 2010 there were more than 117,000 web hits, with over 1,500 unique visitors.
The website is free to use for everyone, and is designed to help road safety practitioners evaluate their education, training and publicity activities. It was developed by RoSPA and the DfT.
At the heart of the Road Safety Evaluation website is E-valu-it - an interactive tool that helps practitioners define exactly what they are doing and why, helps them to design and carry out their evaluation, and promotes the publication and sharing of results. In addition to the question set, there is also a wealth of information on the website about a wide range of evaluation topics.
We hope that this tool will help Road Safety practitioners to assess the effects of the education, training and publicity work they are working on. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, try contacting your regional champion, whose details can be found at:
You can also contact the project team for support at email@example.com. There is also a road safety evaluation group on the Linked In site (www.linkedin.com) which you can sign up to join on-line discussions.