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Welcome to the Road Safety Analysis (RSA) product catalogue; a place to find inspiration, ideas and campaigns that will help you to be free to get on with the job of delivering road safety in your community. If you thought that RSA was only a research body, you might be surprised by what you find in the following pages, but you can be assured that when RSA is developing a campaign we are looking to implement the principles that underpin the rest of the business. Where possible we will be looking to build on an evidential basis for the interventions that we develop, working with other road safety professionals, market testing products and evaluating outcomes. The materials developed are carefully selected to be appropriate to the audience or campaign purpose; we have been using a number of them successfully for years as part of a programme of local road safety work. Many of the products that you will find here are marked as ‘Evaluation Included’ which means that they are campaigns that we are proactively working with others to evaluate or have previously conducted evaluation studies on. RSA boasts a team of experienced professionals who have collectively been involved in a wide range of road safety work at a national, regional and local level for many years. Together, they have been involved in delivering numerous Prince Michael International Road Safety Award winning schemes and the multi award winning MAST Online platform; they are on hand to help you.

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Key to the success of RSA in recent years has been the ability to design and develop cost effective campaigns from the bottom up. This means starting with an analysis of the road safety issue in hand and taking it right through a structured social marketing process to the creation of posters, leaflets, events, training resources, workbooks, websites, viral video and smartphone apps to get your message through to your target audience.

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Pedestrian Safety

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Workbook

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Safer Steps is a child pedestrian training programme that is now used by a number of authorities across the country. Based around a guided learning experience for the children, supported by a DVD and workbook, it gradually moves through a range increasingly complex scenarios placing a clear emphasis on parental responsibility.

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Designed to be used in and around schools, the Zig Zag banners are available as a pull-up banner that can be left in a school reception area, while large PVC banners can be fixed to railings or fences around the premises.

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Pedestrian Training DVD DVD ROM included

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In Car Safety

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In car safety is supported by a range of age appropriate resources and publicity materials. Booster Boy and Girl, both 135cm tall, providing a fun and engaging reference point for children to test themselves against the legal minimum. The specially designed mini-comic and other materials reinforce the minimum height message for the family to take home. The impact of your child car seat checks can also be improved through our range of banners and ‘baby on board’ signs for parents. RSA has also worked with TRL to provide the Seat Selector smartphone app in support of this important area of road safety work.

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If you are under 1.35m tall you will need a car seat. It’s the law!

You can use your space computer (or a mobile phone!) to see which seat you need on the ‘seat selector’ smartphone app.

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Zig-Zag has got lost in a worm hole, Can you fly the rocketship to rescue him?

You can also download a fun and free game from our website.

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Your bones are still developing even after you have stopped getting taller. They need extra protection in case of a car crash.

Designed in conjunction with experts from the Child Safety Centre at TRL, Seat Selector is a smartphone app that provides expert adivce through embedded videos as well as allowing users to navigate through to reputable retailer sites. Child Car Seat Check posters and banners carry matching livery

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Scooter Safety

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The all new Scooter Heroes campaign is a response to increasing numbers of children scooting to school through the primary age range. Developed with the help of children in the target age group the Scooter Heroes comic and workbook presents a positive, aspirational message about being the best you can be. Banners, badges and balloons will all attract attention to any scooter safety events you are running, and the positive messages can be further reinforced through the trading card game.

Driving Down Risk is a portfolio of resources designed to address work related road safety. A modular, scalable programme, it offers a low cost option for small business and can be used even more effectively where local road safety professionals are available to deliver the scheme.

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Driving Down Risk has a management workflow that aligns with the OHSAS18001 standards for managing health and safety in the workplace. This process is underpinned by the risk profiling element of the package providing a sophisticated personal profile using RSA’s proprietary survey platform.

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Mature Drivers

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The flourish manual has been created with support from the healthcare profession and addresses a range of important issues such as eyesight, mobility, medication, alternative forms of transport and where to go for further advice.

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Drive Start is our younger drivers campaign largely delivered online and through social media but with support for local events.

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If you need help developing the right resources for your initiative then talk to us. After years of merchandising a wide range of road safety campaigns we have significant experience in sourcing and designing clothing and materials to draw on.

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The Pre-Pass support scheme manual provides assistance to anyone who is going to fulfill the role of an accompanying driver. With up-to-date teaching and handy tips to give accompanying drivers confidence.

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Safer Rider received great acclaim after the success of the Crashproof Bike campaign, and has been at the heart of RSA’s initiative to tackle motorcycle safety. In addition to plugging into the overall campaign management, there are a number of the resources available that have been successfully used at biker events in recent years.

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Based around a detailed study of older drivers, Flourish provides a manual and self-assessment tool for those looking to drive into later life. The self-assessment process is based on international research and delivered using our proprietary Prometheus survey platform, which can be embedded within your own website.

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The Have a Kip Campaign won a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award in 2010 for the innovative way in which it tackled the issues of driver fatigue. The resources that were developed for the campaign are available to be utilised as posters, billboards, banners and petrol pump advertising.

If you had to brake quickly when driving at 30mph, even on a dry road with good tyres and brakes you would travel 14m after you’d hit the brake.

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Addressing the issue of ‘failed to look properly’ related collisions as well as in car distraction from things like mobile phones and food, the ‘looking good’ resources are visually appealing to capture attention. sat nav

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We rely on sat nav as our interactive maps and in car assistants. They tell us where we are going, what lane we need to get in, but they don’t tell us of the obstacles ahead. And if we try to reprogramme them whilst driving it is both illegal and dangerous. Tips to avoid distraction: 1) Plan your journey in advance 2) Position the unit away from your line of vision 3) Never fully rely on your sat nav

RSA have developed a number of drink drive related resources including posters and the new ‘Morning After Calculator’ smartphone app.

Technology is great but changing channels on the stereo or fiddling with your iPod means diverting attention away from the road. Avoid the gadgets and instead focus on the road. If you want to switch channels, do it when you have pulled over in a safe place or ask your passenger to do it for you.

Throughout the year RSA are creating a wide range of road safety related publicity materials such as posters, leaflets and interactive items to facilitate engagement in addressing issues of poor driver behaviour.

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An extra 4 metres thinking. Mobile phones, fiddling with the stereo & alcohol all affect our reactions.

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Your reactions are better than average! However, a moments distraction and this distance will grow rapidly.

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These distances can double when the roads are wet. For more information visit: saferroads.org

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Campaign Design

Classroom Resources

RSA has it’s own in house design team who are able to produce tailored print and digital media to your requirements. The majority of our materials can be branded with your unique logo.

Giant pledge posters for different age groups and wordsearches that a classroom of children can tackle together, are just some of the classroom resources we have developed in conjunction with Road Safety Officers.

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Exhibition Materials For working at major public events or even just creating an Slough impact in a shopping precinct or at a high street location, saferroads.org/slough RSA has worked on a wide range of indoor and outdoor exhibition materials from fully branded gazebos and large format sail banners to easily deployed outdoor pop-ups and A-frames

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