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On April 11-12, 2019, the Sixth Global Meeting of Road Safety Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) took place in Crete under the auspices of the #StopTheCrash-Partnership. This time the focus was on the life-saving benefits of Autonomous Emergency Braking System (AEB). Over 270 participants from 76 countries participated in live demonstrations of this crash avoidance technology. Continental is one of the partner companies of the "StopTheCrash-Initiative" of the Global NCAP.
What is risk management for sustainable business?
Sustainability risk management (SRM) is a business strategy that aligns profit goals with a company's environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies. The goal of SRM is to make this alignment efficient enough to address potential risks and realize opportunities that come with sustainability.
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Constant population growth is resulting in a greater volume of vehicles – consequently increasing the urgency and fundamental need for mobility to be made safer, especially in poorer regions of the world. Continental, too, feels obligated to pursue this objective and has for years been committed to a world without traffic fatalities as part of its “Vision Zero”. Since 2015, Continental has also been a partner of the global information campaign “Stop the Crash” by Global NCAP (New Car Assessment Program), an international vehicle safety association. This organization, based in the United Kingdom, evaluates the safety of new vehicles and campaigns for establishing accident prevention systems and increased tire safety worldwide.
Global NCAP and its partners have, for instance, undertaken to significantly reduce the number of traffic fatalities by clarifying and introducing improved safety standards. With this objective in sight, Continental is also continuing to support campaigns under the umbrella of “Stop the Crash” in countries such as Brazil, Chile, Malaysia, Uruguay, Thailand, China and Argentina. Last year, “Stop the Crash” was launched in India – likewise with the support of Continental. In 2019, it was also launched in Greece.
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