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Reduce the number of global deaths and injuries from road traffic accidents by 50 percent.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Local Police and Law Enforcement Agencies: Engage in educational programs, enforcement of traffic regulations, and community outreach to promote road safety.

  2. Community Watch Groups: Raise awareness about road safety and organize local initiatives to address specific traffic concerns.

  3. Parent-Teacher Associations and School Safety Committees: Promote safe routes to school, organize awareness campaigns, and implement safety measures in and around school zones.

  4. Youth and Student Organizations: Participate in road safety campaigns, organize events, and engage with their peers to promote responsible behavior on the roads.

  5. Community Health Centers: Can contribute to road safety initiatives by providing education on the prevention of road injuries and collaborating with other community groups.

  6. Local Business Associations: Can support road safety by promoting safe transportation practices among employees, customers, and suppliers. They may also engage in local advocacy efforts.

  7. Community Development Associations: Are often involved in community improvement projects, and can include road safety as a priority for enhancing overall community well-being.

  8. Nonprofit and Volunteer Organizations: May focus on road safety education, awareness, and advocacy at the community level.

  9. Emergency Response Teams: Play a vital role in mitigating the impact of road accidents and may be involved in educational outreach.

  10. Civic and Resident Associations: Represent the interests of residents and can advocate for safer roads, better signage, and improved infrastructure within the community.

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