June 25, 2021
This two-hour free webinar will begin at 12:00 p.m. (Central Time)
Details to access the Webex webinar will be emailed along with a confirmation after you register.
The safety analysis process, as part of the FHWA Safety Toolkit, is a systematic process for identifying the factors that can contribute to crashes and implementing effective countermeasures. It is a best practice method that is flexible and can be used to fit your needs. This two hour training will cover the seven step process and discuss how it can be applied using two different complementary analysis methods: the traditional site safety analysis and the systemic analysis. Additionally, case studies will be utilized to practice applying the process.
Upon successful completion of this module, participants will understand the steps in the safety analysis process and be able to apply the process to both a traditional site review and systemic network screening.
Participants should be able to do the following at the end of the webinar:
- Explain the steps in the safety analysis process
- Identify the data/information needed to assess the safety of a roadway location(s)
- Describe practical and low-cost countermeasures and their potential impacts
- Apply the safety analysis process in various scenarios
Nicole Oneyear is a Research Engineer at the Institute for Transportation (InTrans) at Iowa State University. Her research has focused on various safety topics including automated enforcement, rural curves, rural intersections, low cost safety countermeasures, local road safety and work zone safety. She also works with the National Center for Rural Road Safety helping to develop and provide training related to safety on rural roads including low cost safety improvements, maintenance and safety, and roadside safety.