Road Safety Professional-RSP1-SA, Module 2

The training programs for road safety professional exam (Level 1), RSP1-SA consist of five modules which are:

Module 1: Fundamentals of Road Safety.

Module 2: Human behavior and Road Safety.

Module 3: Data and Its Role in Measuring Road Safety.

Module 4: Solving Road Safety Problems.

Module 5: Road Safety Strategic Plans and Programs.

4.1- Human Behavior and Road Safety - Characteristics and Limitations of Human Behavior

4.2- Human Behavior and Road Safety - Human Behavior Modification

4.3- Human Behavior and Road Safety - Educational Strategies

4.4- Human Behavior and Road Safety - Road Safety Enforcement

4. Quiz

5.1- Human behavior and Road Safety - Roadway Features and Human Behavior

5.2- Human behavior and Road Safety - Human Factors in Safety for Planning, Design, and Operations

5.3- Human behavior and Road Safety - Guiding Principles to Affect Human Behavior for Improved Road Safety

5.4- Human behavior and Road Safety - The Driving Task Model Approach

5. Quiz


Yannis has a thorough and broad understanding of road safety and transportation sector, through his active involvement for more than 30 years as an engineer, academic, advisor and decision-maker in all areas of transportation planning and engineering at national and international level. He has contributed extensively to a large number of research and engineering projects and studies and in several scientific committees of the European Commission and other International Organizations (UNECE, OECD, WHO, World Bank, EIB, CEDR, ERF, IRF, UITP, ETSC, ECTRI, WCTR, and TRB). Yannis is a world-renowned expert in driver behavior, driver distraction, accident analysis, pedestrians, driving simulator, enforcement, young drivers, older drivers, motorcyclists, alcohol, weather conditions, road safety measures, road safety strategy, and international comparisons. As a professor he has supervised 118 Diploma Theses, 18 PhDs and he is a member of 130 scientific organizations and committees worldwide. He is also a Visiting Professor at the University of Loughborough, at the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in Paris and at University of Hasselt, Belgium


Dr. Almannaa received his B.Sc. degree (with class honors) in civil engineering from King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in 2012, and the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees also in civil engineering from Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA, in 2016 and 2019 respectively. He is currently an Assistant Professor with the Civil Engineering Department, King Saud University. He has authored or co-authored over 30 conference or journal articles. He won the second Place in the Student Paper Competition in the Intelligent Transportation Society of Virginia conference in 2016. Almannaa was named the Lifesavers Traffic Safety Scholar for the year of 2019. He worked on projects funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation related to eco-speed systems, connected vehicles, and machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques. Currently, Almannaa works as an Assistant Professor of Traffic Engineering and Transportation Systems at King Saud University, and he also leads the Data Analysis Unit at the National Road Safety Center. His research interests include but are not limited to eco-driving, traffic safety, intelligent transportation systems, and the applications of machine learning and artificial intelligence in the transportation systems.

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