Steer Clear and the European Road Safety Charter


Becoming a Steer Clear Sponsor will count as a big step to becoming a signatory of the European Road Safety Charter. Steer Clear have the knowledge and experience to help and support your company to develop a simple Road Safety Campaign to ensure your inclusion in the charter.


Just some ideas for a company Road Safety Campaign

  • Sponsorship of Driver Education Course in a local school/s
  • Staff Road Safety Week –

    Posters, free give away’s
    Road Safety editorial for newsletter/Website – suggestions supplied by Steer Clear
    Road safety presentation available from steer clear             

  • Road Safety Awareness Campaign

    Painting competition for Children from the local community
    Local Store Poster Campaign


Become a European Road Safety Charter Signatory

By signing the European Road Safety Charter you commit to assuming your share of the responsibility in helping to achieve the common target of saving 25,000 lives. This commitment is your opportunity to decide upon which road safety initiatives you would like to carry out over the coming three years (2006-2009). For example, you could choose to carry out road safety campaigns, publish road safety information, provide driving courses for your employees, draw up a road safety plan for your organisation or pledge to improve infrastructure etc.

Upon signing the European Road Safety Charter, you will receive a personalised kit containing the following:

  • A European Road Safety Charter Certificate detailing your commitment
  • A European Road Safety Plaque in recognition of your support of the charter
  • A CD-Rom containing the European Road Safety Charter logo and graphics with instructions for use
  • A copy of the European Road Safety Action Programme, published by the European Commission (2003)


European Road Safety Charter Team
Tel.: (34) 933 670 434
Fax: (34) 932 006 864
c/ Muntaner, 262, 3r
08021 Barcelona, Spain

Road death is the second biggest killer of young men, only HIV/AIDS claims more lives.