RAC Foundation research

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Introduction

 
Thank you for taking the time to respond to this survey. The RAC Foundation is interested in understanding how UK behaviour change interventions in road safety, specifically using education, are designed and delivered. These questions are about finding out who is involved and what steps are taken when designing road safety educational behaviour change interventions. 

Your feedback will help us to understand the different processes involved in intervention design and delivery; where support should be provided; and where the evidence gaps are. It is an opportunity for us all to understand how behaviour change interventions are designed and delivered in road safety in 2019.

The survey will run from 10 June 2019 to 15 July 2019.

Print or save a copy of your response
 
When you get to the end of this questionnaire, you will be offered the chance to either print or save a copy of your response for your records. This option appears after you press 'Submit your response'.
 
Save and continue option
 
You have an option to 'save and continue' your response at any time. If you do that you will be sent a link via email to allow you to continue your response where you left off.
 
It's very important that you enter your correct email address if you choose to save and continue. If you make a mistake in the email address you won't receive the link you need to complete your response.
 
Confidentiality and data protection
 
The Department for Transport (DfT) is carrying out this survey in partnership with the RAC Foundation to gather evidence on road safety educational behaviour change interventions. This survey and the processing of personal data that it entails is necessary for the exercise of DfT's function as a government department and for RAC Foundation’s legitimate interest in supporting their charitable aim of exploring issues relating to roads and their users.

As part of this survey we’re asking for your:

1. organisation's name to ascertain the spread of practitioners in current practice
2. details about your role in relation to road safety behaviour change educational interventions
3. your name and email address, but only if you would like choose to attend the focus groups we are offering. You do not have to give us this personal information, however if you do, it will only be used for inviting you to focus groups.
 
DfT’s privacy policy has more information about your rights in relation to your personal data, how to complain and how to contact the Data Protection Officer. 

The RAC Foundation’s privacy policy can also be viewed. 

Your information will be shared only with:

1. RAC Foundation
2. DfT personnel 
3. the private company Agilysis who we have contracted to analyse the responses we receive to this survey  

Your information will be kept securely plus destroyed within 12 months after this survey has been closed. Any information provided through the online questionnaire will be moved to DfT's internal systems within 2 months of the survey end date.