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Exploring the Culture of Motorized and Non-Motorized Road Users - UTC Livability (2017) Preview Exploring the Culture of Motorized and Non-Motorized Road Users - UTC Livability (2017)

Updated on Tue March 27th, 2018

The Center is supporting a project led by WTI's Small Urban and Rural Livability Center exploring the shared values, attitudes, and beliefs of  motorized and non-motorized users. While our roads are designed for multi-use by drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians (as well as others), crashes between vehicles and non-motorized users typically result in serious injuries or fatalities... See Full Project »

 

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) Domestic Violence Resource Center (2017) Preview National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) Domestic Violence Resource Center (2017)

Updated on Tue March 27th, 2018

The Center is supporting a larger project led by NCJFCJ to provide resources to a variety of stakeholders about the complex issue of custody and domestic violence. The Center and NCJFCJ are interviewing a wide variety of stakeholders to better understand the values and beliefs that promote and inhibit good decision making about custody when families... See Full Project »

 

US Federal Highway Administration- Utilization of Workforce Training Resources in Local and Tribal Agencies (2017) Preview US Federal Highway Administration- Utilization of Workforce Training Resources in Local and Tribal Agencies (2017)

Updated on Tue March 27th, 2018

The Center for Health and Safety Culture is supporting the National Center for Rural Road Safety by leading a research project that will adapt current research methodology to understand the nature of the safety and training culture within local and tribal agencies and their relationship to accessibility and utilization of effective training resources. See Full Project »

 

Clackamas County Department of Transportation-  Clackamas County Transportation Safety Culture Project (2017-2018) Preview Clackamas County Department of Transportation- Clackamas County Transportation Safety Culture Project (2017-2018)

Added on Tue March 6th, 2018

The Center for Health and Safety Culture within the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University seeks to continue the partnership with Clackamas County in their efforts to cultivate a positive transportation safety culture to reduce fatalities and serious injuries among those in the Molalla, OR region and support the update of Clackamas County’s Transportation Safety... See Full Project »

 

Futures Without Violence Quality Improvement Center on Child Welfare Involved Children and Families Experiencing Domestic Violence (2017-2018) Preview Futures Without Violence Quality Improvement Center on Child Welfare Involved Children and Families Experiencing Domestic Violence (2017-2018)

Updated on Tue March 6th, 2018

The Center for Health and Safety Culture will support the implementation of Futures Without Violence's (FWV) Quality Improvement Center (QIC) on Domestic Violence in Child Welfare project by supporting the Institutional Analysis process at (2) sites and conducting assessment with (4) sites to support planning for technical assistance to address the FWV "Hearts and Minds" effort.... See Full Project »

 

West Virginia’s Strategic Prevention Framework Partnerships for Success Positive Community Norms Project (2014-2019) Preview West Virginia’s Strategic Prevention Framework Partnerships for Success Positive Community Norms Project (2014-2019)

Updated on Fri March 23rd, 2018

The Center for Health and Safety Culture is working with six regional prevention providers in West Virginia to develop and support implementation of various activities using the Positive Community Norms framework to reduce underage drinking and the misuse of prescription drugs among youth and young adults. This work is performed in collaboration with the state’s Strategic... See Full Project »

 

Montana Department of Transportation - Understanding Law Enforcement Support for Traffic Safety (2017-2018) Preview Montana Department of Transportation - Understanding Law Enforcement Support for Traffic Safety (2017-2018)

Updated on Tue March 6th, 2018

The Center for Health and Safety Culture at Montana State University will be conducting a comparative case study to better understand law enforcement’s attitudes and beliefs about traffic safety. This research project is a part of the Traffic Safety Culture Transportation Pooled Fund and will examine the differences between agencies in two rural and two urban states. The... See Full Project »

 

US Federal Highway Administration- Survey of Culture Amongst Groups of Different Transportation Mode Users to Promote Safe Inter- Model Interactions (2017-2018) Preview US Federal Highway Administration- Survey of Culture Amongst Groups of Different Transportation Mode Users to Promote Safe Inter- Model Interactions (2017-2018)

Updated on Tue March 6th, 2018

The Center for Health and Safety Culture will design and implement a survey in Bozeman, MT and Fargo, ND to characterize the traffic safety culture of groups defined by a preferred mode of transportation regarding behavior interactions with other modes that can increase conflicts affecting mode safety. Basic analysis will produce individual summary reports of key... See Full Project »

 

Idaho Transportation Department- Using the Positive Culture Framework to Reduce Distracted Driving in Idaho (2016-2018) Preview Idaho Transportation Department- Using the Positive Culture Framework to Reduce Distracted Driving in Idaho (2016-2018)

Updated on Tue March 6th, 2018

The Idaho Transportation Department and the Center for Health and Safety Culture are engaged in a project to address distracted driving in Idaho. This project seeks to improve traffic safety and reduce injuries and fatal car crashes by utilizing the Positive Culture Framework across the social ecology to transform driving culture.  Throughout this multi-year project, the... See Full Project »

 

European Union Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Program: Traffic Safety Cultures and the Safe Systems Approach – Towards a Cultural Change Research and Innovation Agenda for Road Safety (2015-2018) Preview European Union Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Program: Traffic Safety Cultures and the Safe Systems Approach – Towards a Cultural Change Research and Innovation Agenda for Road Safety (2015-2018)

Updated on Tue March 6th, 2018

This project is a part of the EU Framework Program Horizon 2020. It is a 36-month effort that brings together expertise in engineering (vehicle safety, road building, traffic system planning) as well as in the sciences of human action (psychology, sociology, anthropology) in order to develop a comprehensive framework of traffic safety culture that is useful... See Full Project »

 

National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) 17-69: A Strategic Approach to Transforming Traffic Safety Culture to Reduce Deaths and Injuries (2014-2017) Preview National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) 17-69: A Strategic Approach to Transforming Traffic Safety Culture to Reduce Deaths and Injuries (2014-2017)

Updated on Tue March 6th, 2018

The transformation of our national traffic safety culture is recognized as a necessary condition for achieving our nation’s traffic safety goals (reducing injuries and fatalities) including the Toward Zero Deaths vision.  However, current research and practices are not sufficient to implement a strategic program for cultural transformation.  This project will develop a process and guidelines for... See Full Project »

 

Increasing Seat Belt Usage in Rural Utah (2016-2019) Preview Increasing Seat Belt Usage in Rural Utah (2016-2019)

Updated on Tue March 6th, 2018

The Highway Safety Office of the Department of Public Safety for the State of Utah and the Center for Health and Safety Culture are engaged in a project to address the significant disparities that exist between urban and rural rates of seat belt use among citizens of Utah.  This project seeks to improve rural traffic safety... See Full Project »

 
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