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Tipperary County Council Civic Offices, Clonmel | Civic Offices, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary
Tipperary County Council Civic Offices, Clonmel | Civic Offices, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary
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Road Safety

Road Safety

The County Council in conjunction with the National Safety Council operates a programme of education and awareness of Road Safety. This involves promoting the need for caution and awareness of the dangers on the roads in South Tipperary. The Programme includes visits to schools by the Road Safety Officer and the promotion of Junior Warden and Cycle Training Schemes with schools.

Safety on the Roads

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has primary responsibility for the promotion of Road Safety Awareness throughout Ireland. Tipperary County Council in conjunction with the Road Safety Authority is committed to promoting and creating awareness of all aspects of road safety in Tipperary. This includes visits to schools where possible and supporting the Cycle Training Schemes with schools.

Check it Fits- Car Safety Checks

For many parents, fitting a child’s car seat correctly can be really difficult – and that’s once you have worked out which one to buy. The good news is that the Road Safety Authority (RSA) has a new, full-time, nationwide, free expert service to help parents, grandparents and guardians to choose the right child seat or restraint and fit it safely and securely in their cars.

Motorcyclists Urged to Bike Safe This Summer

171 motorcyclists have been killed and 629 seriously injured since 2010
• Summer is high risk for motorcyclists, especially Saturday and Sunday
• Approved PPE, high visibility clothing and ’ease off the throttle’
• Drivers need to look and look again for motorcyclists

Tipperary Road Safety Strategy 2018-2020

Tipperary Road Safety Strategy Annual Report 2018

Road Safety-Breakdown on the road

In the event of an emergency or breakdown on the side of the road/ motorway do you know what to do???

Students Experience Car Accidents in Virtual Reality (VR)

Students from Coláiste Phobal Ros Cré experiencing the aftermath of a car crash via VR.
Photograph by Odhran Ducie

Tipperary County Council is one of a number of local authorities to roll out virtual reality (VR) technology to raise awareness of road safety among young drivers.

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