Networks & Partners
The IRSC is based in Belgrade and draws on the specialist road safety skills and expertise of a number of local partners and organisations as needed so they can share practical knowledge and expertise. These include:
The Faculty of Engineering is exceptionally strong on road safety issues and has extensive experience in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students in all aspects of road safety. It carries out a wide ranging road safety research programme and regularly undertakes road safety projects for clients. These clients include the Serbian Government, Serbia public and private sector organisations and governments / clients in neighbouring countries. The IRSC faculty of lecturers is drawn from the Engineering Faculty academics.
The ACPS is where Serbian traffic police are trained in modern data-led traffic enforcement methods. The IRSC faculty of lecturers includes the Professors responsible for training the 5000 traffic policemen and 1000 officers now applying effective enforcement across Serbia.
The agency responsible for promoting, managing and overseeing the national road safety programme and related activities. With its' effective funding mechanism, 60 plus technical staff and safety programmes it has a major influence on road safety issues in Serbia.
Responsible for managing and operating the Serbian national road network. PERS implements safety audits and blackspot improvement programmes and is one of the few road organisations to have undergone an ISO 39001 assessment to see how it could manage road safety more effectively.
A number of other Serbian organisations and NGOs have expressed an interest in providing support and services to help develop IRSC.
IRSC works closely with regional partners to share knowledge and expertise and harness synergies where they exist. IRSC courses are designed to be “portable", we therefore anticipate collaborating with governments, regional research and training institutes and regional academic institutions. IRSC will run specialist technical courses for Regional Partners and, where possible, train their trainers and researchers to deliver local training in their own language.
Many of the pool of experts providing inputs to IRSC courses, were or still are associated with major international organisations. It is quite likely that there will be opportunities for more intensive collaboration on road safety issues with these organisations where there is synergy and mutual benefit. For example, IRSC and IRF may collaborate in delivering road safety courses in different regions of the world.
Social Networks - see icons above menu bar:
IRSC has a presence on the following Social Networks:
There is also an IRSC YouTube Channel and RSS feeds are available from the website.
IRSC also cares deeply about sustainable development goals (SDGs) and feels all organisations should do what they can to make everyone informed about the issues being addressed by the SDGs. We have therefore included a twitter feed on SDGs to keep our visitors informed . Further information on SDGs and what individuals could do to support the aims of the SDGs are given in the following