Road traffic accidents constitute the eighth leading cause of death globally, according to theWHO. The standardISO
39001:2013 helps organisations to reduce and ultimately eliminate the rate and risk of deaths and serious injuries caused by road traffic accidents.
39001 forSistemas de Gestión de la Seguridad Vial, de aplicación para entidades públicas y privadas que interactúan con el sistema vial, es una herramienta que permite ayudar a las organizaciones a reducir, y en última instancia, eliminar la incidencia y riesgo de las muertes y heridas graves derivadas de los accidentes de tráfico.
The implementation of a Road Traffic Safety Management System in accordance with ISO 39001 provides three major advantages for organisations:
The Road Traffic Safety Management System focuses on the organisation of Road Traffic Safety goals and targets, and guides the planning of activities to achieve these goals through the Safe System Road Traffic Safety approach.
Some activities of large and small, public and private organisations covered by the road traffic safety management system are:
Although some organisations may have a limited number of processes related to road traffic safety, these can still be important for reducing the number of deaths and serious injuries.
AENOR offers the ability to get Road Safety Certification along with other management systems, such as
14001 or OHSAS, service certifications like EN 13816, or with the
Statutory Audit for Occupational Risk Prevention in a single comprehensive process, which optimises auditing times and costs.
Once the audit has been passed, the organisation will obtain:
AENOR Mark of Road Traffic Safety ISO 39001
AENOR introduced the certification in Road Traffic Safety Management System in 2013. ALSA was the first company in the world to receive the Management System of Road Traffic Safety Certificate from AENOR. Since then, AENOR has issued around 70 certificates, not only in Spain but also on an international level, to Chile, Peru, Panama and Italy.