Educaţie, cultură şi comportament- elemente necesare ale sistemului de siguranţă rutieră

Show simple item record Onceanu, Vasile Novorojdin, Dumitru 2020-04-13T07:31:58Z 2020-04-13T07:31:58Z 2019
dc.identifier.citation ONCEANU, Vasile, NOVOROJDIN, Dumitru. Educaţie, cultură şi comportament - elemente necesare ale sistemului de siguranţă rutieră. In: Cadrul didactic - promotor al politicilor educaționale: conf. şt.- intern., 11-12 oct. 2019. Chişinău, 2019, pp. 189-193. ISBN 978-9975-48-156-4. en_US
dc.identifier.isbn 978-9975-48-156-4
dc.identifier.uri http://localhost:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/2760
dc.description.abstract The article examines the importance of high-level road life education. The need for this education stems from the situation of road events and fatalities that occur daily on national and international public roads. The aforementioned statistical data show us unequivocally that the state of affairs in road traffic requires the carrying out of activities related to the safety of road traffic without periodic delays and approaches. This activity must occur being well organized, systematic and systemic. At the same time, it is mentioned that the formation of an appropriate culture of behavior will contribute to the change for the better in the road safety system. Thus, the educational institutions have the primary role in training the person with an exemplary culture and behavior on public roads. As the human factor is the basic element in the road safety system, it must be at the beginning of life, as well as throughout the life systematically educated to a safe and decent behavior on public roads en_US
dc.language.iso rom en_US
dc.subject circulație rutieră en_US
dc.subject date statistice en_US
dc.subject siguranța traficului en_US
dc.subject trafic rutier en_US
dc.subject road traffic safety en_US
dc.subject traffic en_US
dc.subject traffic accident en_US
dc.title Educaţie, cultură şi comportament- elemente necesare ale sistemului de siguranţă rutieră en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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