Safety Management Plans

Our approach: Our approach to safety management is multi-disciplinary and takes into account all stakeholders: engineering, enforcement, education, emergency services, and “everyone else”. The integration of the various agencies’ plans is paramount to a an effective safety program.

  • HSIP – Arizona Department of Transport – Assistance in Coordination and Integration of Agency’s Participation in the Strategic Highway Safety Plans for the state of Arizona,Project Manager
  • HSIP – California Department of Transport – Assistance in Coordination and Integration of Agency’s Participation in the Strategic Highway Safety Plans for the state of California, Project Manager
  • HSIP – Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) Evaluations, Project Manager
  • City of Red Deer Traffic Safety Action – City of Red Deer, Project Director
  • Strategic Program for Traffic Safety Initiatives – York Region,Project Manager
  • Burlington Road Safety Strategic Plan – City of Burlington, Project Manager
  • Integrated Road Safety Program – City of Mississauga, Project Manager
  • NCHRP 17-18 (5): Integrated Management Process to Reduce Highway Injuries and Fatalities Statewide – National Academies,Principal Investigator/Researcher
  • NCHRP Project 17-18(5)A:
  • Iowa Safety Management System Workshop – National Academies, Project Investigator/Facilitator
  • NCHRP Services Contract on Safety Conscious Planning and the Integrated Safety Management Process – National Academies,Principal Investigator/Researcher
  • Road Safety System – City of Ottawa and Works, Project Manager
  • Refinements of Ministry of Transportation Tools – Methods and Processes to Effect in Highway Safety, Ministry of Transportation (Ontario), Project Manager/Researcher
  • Strategic Safety Improvement Program Plan – City of Kingston,Project Manager