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Making roads safer in Cambodia

Making roads safer in Cambodia

The first ASEAN NCAP meeting in Cambodia held place on September 15th, 2016, at Sofitel Phnom Penh. The event was conducted under the theme of "Safer Cars for Asean Region" and the Objective was to give information to consumers on the safety level of vehicles interring the Asean maket.

The ASEAN NCAP, established, in December 2011, marked a new milestone of vehicle safety for the region in response to the United Nations’ Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020. It is a collaborative effort between the MIROS (Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research) and Global NCAP, in which the latter funded the first phase of the project. Asean NCAP regroups Automobile Associations of Malaysian, Singapore, Philippines, Cambodia and Thailand. In Cambodia, Asean NCAP is associated with AAC (Automobile Association of Cambodia) since 2012.

In January 2013, ASEAN NCAP has published the results of the first phase involving seven popular models in the region market. At this stage, two separate assessments were conducted in the rating scheme: AOP (Adult Occupant Protection) by star-rating and COP (Child Occupant Protection) by percentage-based rating.

As a consumer based organisation, ASEAN NCAP has set six strategic approaches to enhance road safety in the ASEAN region and improve vehicle safety performance. Based on one of these strategic approaches, the theme for the AASF 2016/005 is “Reduce Non-Safe Cars on the Road”, with the objective to overcome the road safety challenges of using vehicles on the road. The forum was officiated by Her Excellency Min Manavy, Secretary of State for the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, Kingdom of Cambodia. Her Excellency is also the Vice President of Cambodia National Road Safety Committee.

During the forum participants had the opportunity to listen to presentations from local Cambodian organisations such as the Institute for Road Safety by Mr. Chariya and the National Road Safety Committee by Ms. Chansokal.

March 2016 - 10th to 13th - CamAuto

March 2016 - 10th to 13th - CamAuto From March 10th to 13th, 2016, the second international auto parts, accessories, service and repair equipment exhibition takes place in Phnom Penh.With over 300,000 cars in the Kingdom it was time to set up such an event.

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