Found 107 documents.

Who we are

SWOV is the national intitute for road safety research in the Netherlands. The SWOV research uses the motto Prevent crashes, reduce injuries, save lives! as its guiding principle and places the...... Read more

Organization

Management Dr. Peter van der Knaap has been SWOV's managinging director since 1 June 2013. Together with the Supervisory board he is responsible for SWOV's strategy and market position and for...... Read more

Working at SWOV

SWOV offers a good research climate, an open and collegial working atmosphere and the necessary support to help you develop further within your field. SWOV researchers have various academic... Read... Read more

18- to 24-year-olds: young drivers

11 May 2016
Tags: Transport mode, Passenger car, Human behaviour in traffic,
The fatality rate (fatalities per distance travelled) of young drivers (18- to 24-year-olds) is more than five times higher than that of drivers between the ages of 30 and 59 years. The fatality rate... Read more

Organisatiediagram 31 december 2015

Terug naar SWOV in 2015: organisatie, personeel en financiën

Financial summary 2015

In the Financial Summary 2015 SWOV presents its financial results in the year 2015. We look back on a positive year that was closed off with a positive result of € 448,334. After the reduction of its... Read more

Alcohol interlock devices

Publication/archived fact sheet
Published: 2016 (SWOV): SWOV
Tags: Risks, Human behaviour in traffic, Enforcement,

Leren van en voor nieuw beleid

Publication/report KiM-16-A03
Published: 2016 (Kennisinstituut voor Mobiliteitsbeleid (KiM), Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Milieu): Gelauff, G.; Knaap, P. van der
Tags: Policy,

Interpolis SlimOpWeg-programma: de AutoModus-app

Publication/report R-2016-3_Samenvatting
Published: 2016 (SWOV): Groot-Mesken, J. de; Wijnen, W.; Stelling-Konczak, A.; Commandeur, J.J.F.
Tags: Human behaviour in traffic,mobile phone

Health burden of serious road injuries in the Netherlands

Publication/article
Published: 2016 : Weijermars, W.; Bos, N.; Stipdonk, H.
Tags: Road safety in numbers, Policy,
Background The consequences of injuries in terms of disabilities and health burden are relevant for policy making. This article provides an overview of the current knowledge on this topic and...