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What does ERSC stand for?

ERSC stands for European Road Safety Charter (EU)

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But he added, "Despite efforts by the state's services and the great social alliance of Cypriot organisations that signed the European Road Safety Charter, unfortunately we still registered an 18 per cent increase in road fatalities, in relation to 2010.
Safe and sound As developer of Salim and Salimah (Safe and Sound), a pioneering child passenger safety campaign for the Arab world, and producer of a bi-lingual award-winning film Doesn't your child deserve a safe ride , the company is part of World Health Organisation's network of global NGOs advocating for road safety, Make Roads Safe campaign, the Road Traffic Injuries Research Network, the European Road Safety Charter and the Middle East Partnership Initiative.
Some of Arriva's schemes included: * Appointing bus drivers as school liaison officers, to educate children about safety on buses * Identifying accident blackspots on Arriva bus routes * Introducing a standardised maintenance regime across the company * Using a pioneering bus driving simulator to train drivers * Running awareness campaigns to tell bus drivers about the effects of well-being, healthy eating, over-the-counter medicines, exercise and tiredness on their driving * Running the Lights on for Life campaign, which saw all 6,000 Arriva buses driving with dipped headlights at all times to help reduce accidents * Involving bus drivers in creating road safety schemes * Signing the European Road Safety Charter, which aims to cut road accidents by half by 2010, saving of 20,000 lives.
With 40,000 people killed in traffic accidents every year in the 15 member states, EU transport ministers met at Dublin Castle to promote the European Road Safety Charter.
The European Road Safety Charter aims to reduce road accidents in Europe with the aim to save 25,000 lives by 2010" Copyright Cyprus Mail 2009 Provided by Syndigate.