Road Safety Champion Program – Module 2: Anatomy of a Crash –Understanding Human Factors (September 14)

This course is scheduled for September 14, 2023 (9:00–11:00am PT).

The overall Road Safety Champion Program provides a high-level overview of road safety in the United States through seven modules. Core Module 2 allows the non-expert in human factors to more effectively bring considerations of the road user’s capabilities and limitations into policies and practices.

After attending training, you will be able to:

  • Explain road user role as element of a system
  • Identify road user capabilities and limitations
  • Describe how current geometric design and traffic operations practices address human factors

Road Safety Champion Module 2 is an elective course of the Road Scholar Program.


Carrie Brown, MSML has 15 years of experience in public health and human services. She holds a BA in Psychology and Anthropology from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and a Master of Science in Management and Leadership from Western Governor’s University. Carrie has served communities as a Director of Human Services, Tribal Health and Human Services Director, Safety Circuit Rider, and currently, as the Director of the Nevada LTAP under Applied Pavement Technology. Her expertise is in training delivery with a focus on cultural sensitivity. Her mission is to empower Nevada agencies to support and strengthen their communities through transportation countermeasures and safety initiatives.


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Road Safety Champion Module 2: Anatomy of a Crash