Statistics and Reports
FDOT Safety Office publishes a table ("matrix") of counties ranked in terms of their fatalities and injuries related to different focus areas.
The Crash Data Academy is an ongoing series of free webinars to help practitioners and the public understand and use Florida crash data. The webinars focus on topics in the engineering, enforcement, education and EMS / health disciplines.
Statistic reports on auto fatalities with those using child restraints and seat belts, as well as research studies on usage of OP, electronic devices, distracted driving, and more.
Monthly call to actions each month concerning a single, important public health topic, including Child Passenger Safety. Includes a professionally designed Fact Sheets for consumer audiences, and a dedicated website that mirrors the Fact Sheets.
Toyota's national corporate giving program provides opportunities to assist with diverse and underserved populations, helping during times of disaster, and supporting organizations that meet the needs of local communities across the U.S.
Grants are awarded by these concept paper forms. FDOT uses these data matrices to rank which safety topic is important to fund each year.
Crash, Injury, and Fatality data from the Florida DHSMV
Yearly data regarding fatal injuries suffered in motor vehicle traffic crashes
The powerpoint provides a step-by-step procedure on creating data tables in FARS to make supporting statistical statements in concept papers
Publications on data
With links to State GIS Fatal Traffic Crash Maps
Other Driving Safety
Team members consisting of public Education, Enforcement, Engineers and Emergency Medical Services (the four "E"s) work together to develop solutions to local traffic safety problems in Florida counties.
To make sure that your car has no recalls, NHTSA offers a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) search feature online.
A style guide for the Child Passenger Safety PSA campaign
NHTSA's online image collection, containing a variety of graphics including photographs and logos for use in your highway safety programs.
Free online toolkit for DSWW. Sponsored by Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS)
The Florida Dept. of Transportation Safety Office, who awards the OPRC grant, consists of: federal highway safety grants, crash data, bicycle pedestrian program, Safe Routes to School Program, and crossing guard train the trainer.
Their compilation of traffic safety links
NHTSA's vehicle safety website. Includes recalls on all vehicles and car seats, as well as information on car safety topics
Discuss concerns specific to your community, updates to important CPS manuals, examine car seats, and complete Safe Kids technician recertification activities.
Safe Kids Worldwide is a nationwide network of organizations working to prevent unintentional childhood injury, the leading cause of death and disability for children ages 1 to 14.