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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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ECRAF- an independent non-governmental organisation

The European Commission for Road Safety in the Armed Forces (ECRAF) is an independent non-governmental organisation of experts of European Armed Forces. ECRAF collaborates with NATO and other military and civil organisations to increase Road Safety in the Armed Forces.

The work of ECRAF is organised by its elected multinational executive committee. ECRAF is supported by all European Armed Forces, that send delegates to the congresses and temporary working groups or host the annual congresses.

Target and intention

ECRAF was established to facilitate the exchange of ideas, initiatives and campaigns for Road Safety among the Armed Forces of European Nations, leading to the adoption of best practice and greater standardisation in Road Safety Policy and the improvement of management of Road Safety.

Our congresses, symposiums and workshops have proved, that the importance of accident prevention is increasing in the Armed Forces. Non Army can afford to neglect this aspect. Besides this huge financial expenditure or fatalities and injuries, caused by accidents, the image of the Army suffers with every damage. Also during working hours, the soldier - at least from time to time - is a member of society.

Membership and members

Membership of ECRAF is open to all European Armed Forces and army related institutions, which are interested in Road Safety. To become a member, the Armed Forces have to accept ECRAF’s statutes and take part in the annual conferences or working groups. 

ECRAF has the since is was established been supported by the following nations:
Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.

More information about ECRAF available at the pages Policy and Statutes.


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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