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The ECRAF General Assembly in Gdansk (Poland) on 12th September 2019 elected new ECRAF President: Mr. Johan PIHLSTRÖM (Sweden) for mandate 2019-2021.

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Revised strategy and action plan approved

The General Assembly approved the presented and revised Strategy Plan 2013-2017 and Action Plan 2013-2014.         

The revised plans states that ECRAF still aspiresbto be the foremost independent institution recognised across Europe for the best practice within the military environment to prevent road traffic incidents / accidents and injuries wheter on operations or off duty. The revised plan is to be found at site Policy.

Annual report from EC was approved by GA

The Annual report from the Executive committe was approved by the General Assembly with one minor adjustment of the text.

The report showed that EC has had three meetings and discussed about 35 different subjects. EC underlines in the report that the financial situation needs to be strenghtened in the years to come. Sponsorship will be a new possibility.

EC meets in Stockholm 25th October

The new ECRAF Executive Committee meets in Stockholm 25th October.

- The most important issue to deal with will be how to roll the existing Strategy- and Activity Plan, says president Oddvar Haagensen.Other main issues on the agenda are minutes from the last meetings in Czech Republic, the next congress in Spain, candidate for congress 2014, statistics and some follow up issues.

Minutes from EC meeting in Stockholm: ECRAF EC Minutes Sweden October 2011 pdf

UK confirms ECRAF participation

The British Armed Forces will in the years to come continue the active participation in ECRAF.  This was confirmed in a meeting between the President, the Policy Secretary of ECRAF and representatives of the British Armed Forces in London 15th November 2011.

The British Armed Forces looked upon ECRAF as an important meeting place to exchange useful information about road safety in the armed forces and was satisfied with the achieved results for ECRAF.President Oddvar Haagensen says that he is very satisfied with the British decision which was as he expected.

Outstanding road safety days initiative in Belgium

President Oddvar Haagensen visited 5th October 2011 the Belgium National Road Safety days after invitation by the Belgium Armed Forces. The Road Safety days were organized in a military compound just outside Brussels, and were the first National Road Safety days ever in Belgium.


The European Commission for Road Safety in the Armed Forces (ECRAF) has adopted the vision Zero as guideline for the work on road safety in the Armed Forces.

Vision Zero declares that nobody shall be killed or seriously injured in the road traffic.


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