July 11, 2006
TIRF hosted its 43rd Annual General Meeting on June 27, 2006 at the Bank of Montreal Building in Toronto, Ontario. Electronic copies of the presentations given at the AGM are now available. These presentations include:
43rd Annual General Meeting overview
Marketing and communications at TIRF
Alcohol interlocks: how do we measure success?
Is technology a panacea for enhancing traffic safety?
Why do young drivers protected by graduated driver licensing still crash?
The deterrent effects of short term license suspension (publication pending)
To view these presentations, click here.
The mission of the Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) is to reduce traffic related deaths and injuries. It achieves its mission by designing, promoting and implementing effective programs and policies, based on sound research. TIRF is a national, independent road safety institute. Since its inception in 1964, TIRF has become internationally recognized for its accomplishments in a wide range of subject areas related to identifying the causes of road crashes and developing programs and policies to address them effectively. For more information visit http://www.trafficinjuryresearch.com.