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					HAWAII TRAFFIC S A F E T Y F O R U M




NOVEMBER 29,1999 -- DECEMBER 3, 1999
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                  Conference Planner




S P O N S O R E D B Y T H E S T AT E O F H A W A I I D E P A R T M E N T O F T R A N S P O R T A T I O N
                                              EXECUTIVE CHAMBERS
                                                   HONOLULU




                       MESSAGE FROM GOVERNOR BENJAMIN J. CAYETANO
                       TO HAWAII TRAFFIC SAFETY FORUM PARTICIPANTS

    Aloha and welcome to Hawaii's first Traffic Safety Forum, hosted by the Department of Transportation.

          As an island-state, Hawaii is a relatively new participant in traffic safety forums. Up until the
          middle of this century the Islands were, for the most part, residential neighborhoods with
          more in common with U.S. Mainland rural communities than cosmopolitan centers. Our econ-
          omy was based on agriculture and our lifestyle relatively uncomplicated. All of that changed
          with statehood in 1959 and the dramatic growth of tourism, our population and the state's
          economy as a whole.

          Today, our roads and highways reflect that growth. And we share the same concerns and
          require the same kind of safety management skills as others involved in traffic and highway
          safety in other states.

    To manage traffic safety wisely and prudently, we need to bring together all aspects and all parties
    involved in ensuring highway safety, including those in the areas of engineering, education and
    enforcement. We need input and the best ideas from our law enforcement officers, judges, prose-
    cutors, engineers, driver education teachers, injury prevention specialists, corporate safety experts,
    community groups, and others. In short, we need all of you to not just attend and listen, but to
    actively participate and contribute your thoughts and suggestions.

    During these sessions and workshops, I hope you will do just that. If you do, I can promise that we
    will all walk away with valuable information and insights to take back to our respective jobs and
    professions. More importantly, we will collectively leave a blueprint for helping to make Hawaii's
    roads and highways safer for everyone.

    My thanks to all of the participants and attendees for taking the time and effort to help us reach
    this goal.




    Benjamin J. Cayetano
    Governor, State of Hawaii




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                                            STATE OF HAWAII
                                      DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION




                   WELCOME TO HAWAII’S FIRST TRAFFIC SAFETY FORUM

Aloha. As the host of the Hawaii Traffic Safety Forum, we are pleased to welcome all of the
participants and attendees to this first of its kind conference in Hawaii. We hope that your week
will be filled with the best practices from our many speakers from across the United States.

For years, many who are attending today's sessions have labored in their respective fields
to do their specific jobs to the best of their ability. Common to all is an underlying assump-
tion that one of the measuring sticks for how well your jobs are done is the level of safety
that can be subsequently found on our roads and highways. In the past, what has been
missing is our ability to share our thoughts on highway safety in a setting that brings all the
players to a common table.

In doing that, we hope not only ideas will be shared, but also new insights will be generat-
ed, creating excitement and a level of energy to help us convert those ideas into real pro-
ductive actions.

During the forum we will be covering everything from child restraint seats to drug and alcohol use
issues and new design techniques to make our roads safer. We also have some of the most
knowledgeable experts in their fields who will share their own insights and best practices. In all,
we believe you will find the sessions to be fertile ground for new ideas, as well as the basis for
making valuable contacts with those in other traffic safety related fields.

I would like to thank Governor Ben Cayetano for his strong support of this program and all of you for
participating in the first Hawaii Traffic Safety Forum.


Mahalo,



Kazu Hayashida
Director of Transportation
Governor’s Highway Safety Representative




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        9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.       Hawaii Traffic Statistics                                                                          q
        9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.       The Higher Risk Driver                                                                                      q
        9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.       Overview of NHTSA Safe Community Program                                                                             q
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       Aggressive Driving/Road Rage (NETS)                                                                                                    q
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       The Basics of Effective Drug Recognition Expert Testimony                                 v
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       Motor Carrier Supervisor Training on Controlled Substance & Alcohol Testing                                                                                       q
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       Highway Engineering for Non-Engineers                                                                                                                    s
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       Prosecuting the Drugged Driver                                                    v
        9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.        First Responders (Undeployed Air Bag Issue)                                                                                                     q
    11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.          Is There Help and Hope for the High Risk Driver? (Panel)                                                    q
    11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.          Judiciary Program for Car Seat Violations: One Year Later                                                                     q
    11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.          Older Drivers and Traffic Safety                                                                   q
    11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.          Spectrum of Prevention                                                                                               q
    12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.           Lunch                                                                         ❖
        1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.        Getting the High Risk Driver Off the Road (Panel)                                                           q
        1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.        Is your CMV Driver Qualified?                                                                                                                                     q
        1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.        Update on Child Passenger Safety in Hawaii                                                                                    q
        1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.        What’s Happening in Hawaii’s Safe Communities (Panel)                                                                q
        1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Driving Under the Influence of Drugs – Mock Trials                                vv                                                   v                 v
        1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Human Factors and Highway Safety                                                                   s
        3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Crashes = Big $$$                                                                                                                                                 q
        3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Hands on Child Restraint Check-up Station                                                                                     q

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    9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.       Driving Under the Influence of Drugs – National Issues (Panel)                                                                                           v
    9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.       Overview of NHTSA Occupant Protection Program                                                               q
    9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       Bicycle Safety                                                                                                       q
    9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       Motor Carrier Supervisor Training on Controlled Substance & Alcohol Testing                                                                                       q
    9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Designing for the Older Driver                                                                s
    9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.        First Responders (Undeployed Air Bag Issue)                                                                                                     q
    9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Judicial Seminar - Driving Under the Influence of Drugs                           v
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.          Driving Under the Influence of Drugs – Hawaii Issues (Panel)                                                                                             v
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.          Judiciary Program for Car Seat Violations: One Year Later                                                                     q
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.          Traffic Occupant Protection Strategies Program (TOPS)                                                       q
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.           Lunch                                                                         ❖
    1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.        Driving Under the Influence of Drugs - Hawaii Law and Practice                                                                                  v
    1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.        Is Your CMV Driver Qualified?                                                                                                                                     q
    1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.        Update on Child Passenger Safety in Hawaii                                                                                    q
    1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol                                                                                                 v
    1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Pedestrian Safety Road Show                                                                                          s
    1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Road Safety Audit                                                                                  q
    1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Traffic Calming                                                                                             s
    3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Crashes = Big $$$                                                                                                                                                 q
    3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Gamma Hydroxy Butyrate (GHB)                                                                                                                             v
    3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Hands on Child Restraint Check-up Station                                                                                     q

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        9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.         Pedestrian Safety Workshop                                                                                                                                s
        9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.         Roles of Government                                                                                 q
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.         Aggressive Driving and Road Rage                                                                                               q
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.         Fostering Parent Involvement in Hawaii’s Driver Education Program                                                                                q
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.         General Hazardous Materials Awareness                                                                                                                              q
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.         Prosecuting the Drugged Driver                                                     v
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.         The Basics of Effective Drug Recognition Expert Testimony                                  v
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.         What Your Service Provider Should be Doing - DOT Regulatory Requirements                                     q
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.         Workplace Traffic Safety Program (NETS)                                                                                                 q
        9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.          Safety Management Systems                                                                                             s
    11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.            Why Are We Here? The Reason Our Work is Vitally Important (Panel)                                                                                         q
    12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.             Lunch                                                                      ❖
        1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.          The Vision of Intelligent Transportation Society (ITS) of America                                                                       s
        1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.          Vehicle Safety Management                                                                                                                                          q
        1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.          Driving Under the Influence of Drugs – Mock Trials                                 vv                        v                                            v
        1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.          Fifteen Good Habits to Empower Drivers                                                                                                           q
        1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.          Helmet Promotion                                                                                                               q
        1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.          Red Light Running                                                                                   q
        3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.          CMV Enforcement (Panel)                                                                                                                                            q
        4:00 p.m.                      Governor’s Highway Safety Council Quarterly Meeting                                                                                     q
        5:00 p.m. – 7:00p.m.           Reception                                                                  ❖

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    8:30 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.        Opening Session                                                          ❖
    9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.       Driving Under the Influence of Drugs – National Issues (Panel)                                                                             v
    9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.       Graduated Licensing – Why Hawaii Needs More                                                                                                         q
    9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.       Share the Road                                                                                         q
    9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       From Confiscating the Car to Giving Them the “Boot” (Panel)                                                     q
    9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       Update on Hazardous Material Regulations                                                                                                                     q
    9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Establishing Safe Communities                                                                                                     q
    9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Incident Management – Part I                                                                  s
    9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Judicial Seminar – Driving Under the Influence of Drugs                      v
    9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Work Zone Safety                                                                                                         s
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.          Driving Under the Influence of Drugs – Hawaii Issues (Panel)                                                                               v
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.          Hawaii’s New Driver Licensing Law                                                                                                                   q
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.           Lunch                                                                    ❖
    1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.        Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol                                                                          v
    1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.        Overview of NHTSA Occupant Protection Program                                                          q
    1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.        Vehicle Safety Management                                                                                                                                    q
    1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Driving Under the Influence of Drugs – Hawaii Law and Practice                       v
    1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Gamma Hydroxy Butyrate (GHB)                                                                                                               v
    1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        National Driver Education Teacher Certification Program                                                                                             q
    3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        BikeEd Hawaii                                                                                                   q
    3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        CMV Enforcement (Panel)                                                                                                                                      q
    3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Traffic Occupant Protection Strategies Program (TOPS)                                                  q

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        8:30 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.        Opening Session                                                                 ❖
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       The Basics of Effective Drug Recognition Expert Testimony                               v
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       Incident Management – Part II                                                                               s
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       National Model for the Statewide Application of Data Collection                                                             s
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Program                                                                                   s
        9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       Prosecuting the Drugged Driver                                                                   v
    12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.           Lunch                                                                           ❖
        1:30 p.m.                    Pedestrian Fact Finding Task Force Meeting                                                                                          ❖
        1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Driving Under the Influence of Drugs - Mock Trials                                      vvv vv

    q EDUCATION s ENGINEERING v LAW ENFORCEMENT               ❖ ALL


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         OPENING SESSIONS, CORAL BALLROOM 4                                        LUNCH SPEAKERS, CORAL BALLROOM 4


Monday, November 29, 1999                                                Monday, November 29, 1999
W ELCOME                                                                 S AFER BY C HOICE : P ERSUADING THE C OMMUNITY
Speakers:                                                                Speaker:
s Kazu Hayashida, Director, Hawaii Department of Transportation,         s Dr. Edward Ogden, Consultant, Clinical Forensic Medicine,
    Honolulu, Hawaii                                                          Victoria Police Department, Victoria, Australia
s Adele Derby, Associate Administrator, State and Community
    Services, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration,            Tuesday, November 30, 1999
    Washington, D.C.                                                     H AWAII ’ S R OLE IN D EFINING T RAFFIC S AFETY FOR THE PACIFIC
s Julie Anna Cirillo, Office of Motor Carrier Safety, Washington, D.C.   Speaker:
s Peter Carlisle, Prosecuting Attorney, City and County of Honolulu,     s Dan Burden, Director, Walkable Communities, Inc., High Springs,
    Honolulu, Hawaii                                                          Florida
s Lee Donohue, Chief of Police, Honolulu Police Department,
    Honolulu, Hawaii                                                     Wednesday, December 1, 1999
s Jeffrey Smith, Ph.D., Vice President, Research, Mattson Sunderland,    PARTNERING FOR H IGHWAY S AFETY
    Honolulu, Hawaii                                                     Speakers:
    “What Hawaii Thinks: Community Attitude Survey on Traffic Safety”    s Julie Anna Cirillo, Office of Motor Carrier Safety, Washington,
                                                                             D.C.
Tuesday, November 30, 1999                                               s Adele Derby, Associate Administrator, State and Community
D RIVING S AFELY                                                             Services, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration,
Speaker:                                                                     Washington, D.C.
s Jack Burkert, Senior VP, Safety, Lancer Insurance Company,
     Millersville, Maryland                                              Thursday, December 2, 1999
                                                                         A LAKA’ I H IGHWAY S AFETY AWARDS L UNCHEON
Wednesday, December 1, 1999                                              Honoring leaders in highway safety education, engineering and law
T HE I NTELLIGENT WAY TO T RAFFIC S AFETY                                enforcement.
Speaker:
s John J. Collins, President and CEO, Intelligent Transportation
     Society (ITS) of America, Washington, D.C.                                        RECEPTION, CORAL BALLROOM 4

Thursday, December 2, 1999
K ICKOFF FOR H AWAII ’ S N EW T RAFFIC S AFETY P ROGRAM                  Wednesday, December 1, 1999
Speakers:                                                                H AWAII T RAFFIC S AFETY F ORUM R ECEPTION
s Marilyn Kali, Public Affairs, Hawaii Department of Transportation,     Hosted by State Farm Insurance Companies
     Honolulu, Hawaii
s David Wilson, Partner, McNeil Wilson Communications, Inc.,
     Honolulu, Hawaii

Friday, December 3, 1999
E FFECTIVE C OMMUNICATION OF O UR T RAFFIC S AFETY M ESSAGES
Speaker:
s Mickey Nall, Senior Vice President, Ogilvy Public Relations,
     Washington, D.C.



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                                                                                                                      CMV E NFORCEMENT PANEL
                                                    SESSIONS                                                          Moderator:
                                                                                                                      s Ashford Kekaula, Safety Director, Hawaii Transportation Association, Honolulu, Hawaii
                                                                                                                      Speakers:
     A GGRESSIVE D RIVING                 AND      R OAD R AGE                                                        s Robert Brown, Hazardous Material Program Manager, Western Resource Center, San Francisco,
     Speakers:                                                                                                           California
     s Leon James, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Hawaii, Honolulu,                        s Wendy Burke, US Department of Transportation, Office of Motor Carrier Safety, Honolulu, Hawaii
        Hawaii                                                                                                        s Donald Carr, Drug & Alcohol Technical Advisory Group (TAG) Chair, Office of Motor Carrier,
     s Sgt. Robert Lung, Honolulu Police Department, State Department of Transportation,                                 Moreno Valley, California
        Honolulu, Hawaii                                                                                              s Alex Kaonohi, Motor Vehicle Safety Manager, Hawaii Department of Transportation, Motor
     s David Manning, Ph.D., Regional Administrator, National Highway Traffic Safety                                     Vehicle Safety Office, Honolulu, Hawaii
        Administration, San Francisco, California                                                                     s Petty Officer Duncan McAndrews, US Coast Guard, Marine Safety Office, Honolulu, Hawaii
     This session will cover law enforcement initiatives to curb aggressive driving, summarize a Three-Step           This panel discussion will give attendees the opportunity to ask Federal, State, and local enforcement officials ques-
     Program for lifelong driver self-improvement and what other states are doing about aggressive driving and        tions, concerns, clarifications and posing questions on CMV issues.
     road rage. The audience will be able to fill out or take home a test called “Are you RoadRageous?”               Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – Ti Leaf
     Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – Sea Pearl 5 & 6                                                                    Thursday, December 2, 1999 – Ti Leaf

     A GGRESSIVE D RIVING /R OAD R AGE (NETS)                                                                         C RASHES = B IG $$$
     Speaker:                                                                                                         Speaker:
     s Sheila Shakur, Ph.D., California Institute of Transportation Safety, Department of Civil and                   s Jack Burkert, Senior VP, Safety, Lancer Insurance Company, Millersville, Maryland
        Environmental Engineering, San Diego State University, San Diego, California                                  This session will evaluate the financial side of the equation, from the initial costs of a crash, to the issues of negli-
     This session will discuss the “Kool Operator” program that deals with aggressive driving and road rage in        gence and liability as seen through the eyes of the fleet manager. Insurance as a cost and a payment mechanism
     the workplace.                                                                                                   will also be reviewed, as well as the implications of crashes (minor and serious) on the costs of insurance.
     Monday, November 29, 1999 – South Pacific 1                                                                      Monday, November 29, 1999 – Ti Leaf
                                                                                                                      Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – Ti Leaf
     T HE B ASICS OF E FFECTIVE D RUG R ECOGNITION E XPERT T ESTIMONY
        (R ESTRICTED TO LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL ONLY )                                                              D ESIGNING          FOR THE         O LDER D RIVER
     Moderator:                                                                                                       Speaker:
     s Thomas Page, Consultant, Former Director, LAPD DRE Office, Los Angeles, California                             s Keith J. Harrison, Safety/Geometric Design Engineer, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA),
     Speakers:                                                                                                           San Francisco, California
     s Shermon Dowkin, DRE Instructor, Honolulu, Hawaii                                                               This session covers the findings and recommendations of a FHWA multi-year research project that investigated the
                                                                                                                      effects of the aging process on driver performance and ability of individuals over the age of 65. The results of the
     s Darrell Fisher, Nebraska State Police, Lincoln, Nebraska
                                                                                                                      research, documented in the recently published “Older Driver Highway Design Handbook,” pointed to a number of
     s Henry Lombardi, Newport Police Department, Newport, Rhode Island                                               design enhancements intended to better accommodate the diminished capacities of older drivers.
     s Jim Mock, Consultant, Former Director, Torrance Police Department DRE Office, Torrance,                        Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – Nautilus 2
        California
     s Doug Thooft, Minnesota State Patrol, St. Paul, Minnesota                                                       D RIVING U NDER              THE I NFLUENCE OF                A LCOHOL
     Judges in Hawaii have ruled Drug Recognition Experts (DREs) can testify as expert witnesses. This session        Speaker:
     will provide DREs with the tools they need in order to prepare for trial and to effectively testify regarding
                                                                                                                      s William Luat, Sergeant, Honolulu Police Department (HPD), Honolulu, Hawaii
     their opinions. Techniques on handling cross-examination will also be provided.
                                                                                                                      This session will cover the HPD’s enforcement process regarding driving under the influence of alcohol.
     Monday, November 29, 1999 – Nautilus 2
                                                                                                                      Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – South Pacific 1
     Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – Nautilus 2
                                                                                                                      Thursday, December 2, 1999 – Sea Pearl 3 & 4
     Friday, December 3, 1999 – Iolani 1 & 2

     B ICYCLE S AFETY                                                                                                 D RIVING U NDER              THE I NFLUENCE OF                D RUGS – H AWAII I SSUES ( PANEL )
                                                                                                                      Speakers:
     Speaker:
                                                                                                                      s Cullen Kau, Honolulu Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) Coordinator, Honolulu, Hawaii
     s Nick Carr, Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Coordinator, Department of Parking and Traffic,
                                                                                                                      s Jayson Kozaki, Hawaii DRE State Coordinator, Wailuku, Hawaii
        San Francisco, California
     This session will cover bicycle education, engineering, enforcement, and policies and programs based on          s Ryan Nishibun, Honolulu DRE Coordinator, Honolulu, Hawaii
     local data.                                                                                                      s David Sandler, Deputy Prosecutor, City and County of Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii
     Tuesday, November 3, 1999 – Sea Pearl 3 & 4                                                                      This session will explore the DRE program in Hawaii. Panelists will share their ideas regarding the program and its
                                                                                                                      direction.
                                                                                                                      Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – South Pacific 4
     B IKE E D H AWAII
                                                                                                                      Thursday, December 2, 1999 – South Pacific 3
     Speaker:
     s Eve DeCoursey, Hawaii Bicycling League, Honolulu, Hawaii
     This session will cover the history and statistics, as well as national recognition. Also to be discussed is a   D RIVING U NDER              THE I NFLUENCE OF                D RUGS – H AWAII L AW                    AND
     description of the program, how BikeEd fits into the League’s overall mission and the expansion of the pro-         P RACTICE
     gram.                                                                                                            Speakers:
     Thursday, December 2, 1999 – Sea Pearl 3 & 4                                                                     s Lisa Conino, National Association of Prosecutor Coordinators, Raleigh, North Carolina
                                                                                                                      s David Sandler, Deputy Prosecutor, City and County of Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii

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s Clifford Wong, Ph.D., Director of Toxicology Services, Clinical Laboratories of Hawaii, Ewa                       Discussion on identifying traffic injury problems within the community, where you can go for help, and
  Beach, Hawaii                                                                                                     understanding the best practices for a safe community.
This session is primarily designed for prosecutors and law enforcement personnel who want to gain addition-         Thursday, December 2, 1999 – South Pacific 1
al knowledge regarding the Hawaii DUI-Drug law and the license revocation procedures for drug impaired
drivers. This session will also explore issues regarding drug testing and toxicology. In addition, the recently
                                                                                                                    F IFTEEN G OOD H ABITS                  TO   E MPOWER D RIVERS
produced National Highway Transportation Safety Administration media kits will be distributed, and discus-
sions will be held regarding working with the media and community organizations on DUI matters. Grant
                                                                                                                    Speaker:
opportunities for prosecutors will be announced.                                                                    s Frederik R. Mottola, Professor, Southern Connecticut State University; Executive Director,
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – South Pacific 4                                                                           National Institute for Driver Behavior, Cheshire, Connecticut
Thursday, December 2, 1999 – Nautilus 2                                                                             This session will cover how to empower yourself and your students with fifteen good habits to help drivers
                                                                                                                    gain lifetime risk prevention behaviors. Dr. Mottola will share several mini-activities that can be used in the
                                                                                                                    classroom and in-car teaching.
D RIVING U NDER THE I NFLUENCE OF D RUGS - M OCK T RIALS                                                            Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – South Pacific 3
   (R ESTRICTED TO PROSECUTORS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
   PERSONNEL ONLY )                                                                                                 F IRST R ESPONDERS (U NDEPLOYED A IR B AG I SSUE )
Speakers:                                                                                                           Speaker:
s Mary Anderson, Esq., Deputy District Attorney, Bend, Oregon                                                       s Dave Long, RN, NREMT-P, B.S.A.S., Air Bag Coordinator/Resource Educator, North
s Maureen Boyle, Esq., Assistant Director, Resource Center on Impaired Driving, University of                          Memorial Health Care, Brooklyn Center, Minnesota
   Wisconsin Law School, Madison, Wisconsin                                                                         This session will cover the dangers of an undeployed air bag for first responders to an auto crash.
s Shermon Dowkin, DRE Instructor, Honolulu, Hawaii                                                                  Monday, November 29, 1999 – South Pacific 3
s Darrell Fisher, Nebraska State Police, Lincoln, Nebraska                                                          Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – South Pacific 3
s Honorable Kim Frankel, Judge, Portland Oregon
s Tricia Gould, Esq., Director, National Traffic Law Center, Alexandria, Virginia                                   F OSTERING PARENT I NVOLVEMENT                            IN   H AWAII ’ S D RIVER E DUCATION
s Henry Lombardi, Newport Police Department, Newport, Rhode Island                                                     P ROGRAM
s Honorable Daniel H. Mabley, Judge, Hennepin County District Court, Minneapolis,                                   Speaker:
   Minnesota                                                                                                        s John Harvey, Traffic Safety Education Regional Coordinator, Department of Education,
s Jim Mock, Consultant, Former Director, Torrance Police Department DRE Office, Torrance,                              Olympia, Washington
   California                                                                                                       This workshop will provide the background rationale and need for parent involvement in Hawaii’s driver
s Sheila Nitta, Esq., Deputy Prosecutor, City and County of Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii                              education program. Participants will receive information on written communication, parent’s night, and par-
                                                                                                                    ent evaluation to support existing programs. Recent nationally developed parent involvement programs to
s Thomas Page, Consultant, Former Director, LAPD DRE Office, Los Angeles, California
                                                                                                                    increase behind-the-wheel time will be reviewed. The Washington Parent Involvement Resource Guide will
s David Sandler, Esq., Deputy Prosecutor, City and County of Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii                             be distributed along with the results of the Washington statewide survey on parent involvement.
s Doug Thooft, Minnesota State Patrol, St. Paul, Minnesota                                                          Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – South Pacific 3
Individuals who have completed a prior training session for prosecutors or law enforcement personnel will be
given the opportunity to practice their courtroom skills. Participants will receive individualized attention, and
                                                                                                                    F ROM C ONFISCATING THE C AR TO G IVING T HEM THE “B OOT ” -
will be videotaped and critiqued.
Monday, November 29, 1999 – Nautilus 1, Nautilus 2, South Pacific 1, South Pacific 4                                   V EHICLE S ANCTIONS FOR THE R EPEAT O FFENDER (PANEL )
Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – Nautilus 1, Nautilus 2, Sea Pearl 1 & 2, South Pacific 4                              Moderator:
Friday, December 3, 1999 – Iolani 1 & 2, Iolani 3 & 4, Iolani 5, Iolani 6, Sea Pearl 1 & 2                          s Paul Snodgrass, Alcohol Coordinator, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration,
                                                                                                                       Region IX, San Francisco, California
D RIVING U NDER             THE I NFLUENCE OF               D RUGS – N ATIONAL I SSUES                              Speakers:
                                                                                                                    s Paul Marques, Ph.D., Director of Drug Programs, National Public Services Research
   (PANEL )
                                                                                                                       Institute, Landover, Maryland
Speakers:
                                                                                                                    s Officer Robert Mattox, Coordinator, STOP (SF Traffic Offender Program), San Francisco
s Ernie Floegel, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Drug Evaluation and
                                                                                                                       Police - Traffic Bureau, San Francisco, California
   Classification Program National Coordinator, Hopewell Junction, New York
                                                                                                                    s Robert Shearouse, Esq., Director of Public Policy, MADD - National Office, Irving, Texas
s Sandy Richardson, Traffic Law Enforcement Division, National Highway Traffic Safety
                                                                                                                    s Karen Sprattler, State Program Administrator, Minnesota Department of Public Safety,
   Administration, Washington, D.C.
                                                                                                                       Office of Traffic Safety, St. Paul, Minnesota
s Karen Tarney, Founder, Citizens Against Drug Impaired Drivers (CANDID), Milwaukee,
                                                                                                                    This workshop will discuss a variety of vehicle sanctions available to states that want to separate the high risk
   Wisconsin                                                                                                        driver from his/her vehicle. Topics will include: Interlock ignition devices - are they really effective?; License
Panelists will discuss the status of the Drug Recognition Expert program on the national level, what’s working      plate impoundment with revocation of vehicle registration; Confiscation of the vehicle and Vehicle immobi-
and what’s not. The extent of the drugged driving problem will be discussed along with a victim’s perspective       lization as in “The Club” or “The Boot.”
of being victimized by a drug impaired driver.
                                                                                                                    Thursday, December 2, 1999 – Sea Pearl 3 & 4
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – South Pacific 4
Thursday, December 2, 1999 – South Pacific 3
                                                                                                                    G AMMA H YDROXY B UTYRATE (GHB)
                                                                                                                       (R ESTRICTED TO LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL ONLY )
E STABLISHING S AFE C OMMUNITIES
                                                                                                                    Speaker:
Speaker:
                                                                                                                    s Jim Mock, Consultant, Former Director, Torrance Police Department DRE Office, Torrance,
s Jack Champlin, Manager, Regional Program, National Highway Traffic Safety
                                                                                                                       California
   Administration, San Francisco, California
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     Participants will learn the history of GHB and the symptoms and effects of GHB that can be observed during       H AWAII A SSOCIATION                   OF    S AFETY       AND     T RAFFIC E DUCATORS M EETING
     a DRE evaluation. User profiles will also be discussed as well as related toxicology issues.
                                                                                                                      Thursday, December 2, 1999 - South Pacific 4
     Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – South Pacific 4
     Thursday, December 2, 1999 – South Pacific 3
                                                                                                                      H AWAII T RAFFIC S TATISTICS
                                                                                                                      Speaker:
     G ENERAL H AZARDOUS M ATERIALS AWARENESS
                                                                                                                      s Alvin Takeshita, State Traffic Safety Engineer, Hawaii Department of Transportation, Honolulu,
     Speaker:
                                                                                                                         Hawaii
     s Robert Brown, Hazardous Material Program Manager, Western Resource Center, San
                                                                                                                      This session will be a presentation of traffic safety statistical trends in Hawaii. Discussion of traffic safety con-
        Francisco, California                                                                                         cerns and issues of Hawaii’s roadways.
     This session will cover the basic requirements of hazardous material communication such as “Do you know          Monday, November 29, 1999 - Nautilus 3
     what a shipping paper is? Do you know what is required on a shipping paper?” (i.e., proper shipping
     description, emergency response number, and shipper certification)
     Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – Ti Leaf                                                                            H AWAII ’ S N EW D RIVER L ICENSING L AW
                                                                                                                      Speaker:
     G ETTING THE H IGH R ISK D RIVER OFF THE R OAD                                 AND INTO A
                                                                                                                      s Marilyn Kali, Public Affairs, Hawaii Department of Transportation, Honolulu, Hawaii
                                                                                                                      This session will cover Hawaii’s new driver licensing law that becomes effective January 1, 2001.
        P RODUCTIVE E NVIRONMENT (PANEL )                                                                             Thursday, December 2, 1999 – South Pacific 4
     Moderator:
     s John Rybczyk, Ph.D., Training Administrator, Hawaii Department of Public Safety,
                                                                                                                      H ELMET P ROMOTION IN L OW I NCOME AND E THNICALLY D IVERSE
        Honolulu, Hawaii
     Speakers:
                                                                                                                         C OMMUNITIES : T HE P ITTSBURG , C ALIFORNIA M ODEL
     s Lilly Burns, Clark County District Attorney’s Office, DUI Team and Serious Offender                            Speaker:
                                                                                                                      s Nick Carr, Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Coordinator, Department of Parking and Traffic, San
        Program Specialist, Las Vegas, Nevada
     s Richard T. Robinson, Therapeutic Community Program Manager — KASHBOX, Department                                  Francisco, California
                                                                                                                      This session will cover bike helmet safety education, helmet promotion and distribution, enforcement of the hel-
        of Public Safety, Corrections Program Services Division, Waiawa Correctional Facility,
                                                                                                                      met issue, data collection and maintaining helmet use rates.
        Waipahu, Hawaii                                                                                               Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – Sea Pearl 5 & 6
     s Jock Waldo, Vice President of Sales, BI, Inc., Boulder, Colorado
     This session will showcase a successful program for serious offenders in Las Vegas, Nevada and a minimum
     security rehabilitation program in Hawaii. It will also explain the technology for electronic home monitoring
                                                                                                                      T HE H IGHER R ISK D RIVER
     with remote monitoring of breath alcohol concentration.                                                          Speaker:
     Monday, November 29, 1999 – Sea Pearl 1 & 2                                                                      s Robert Shearouse, Esq., Director of Public Policy, MADD - National Office, Irving, Texas
                                                                                                                      This workshop will define the “Higher Risk Driver” — also known as the hard core drinking driver — and
                                                                                                                      explain the rationale for a three part program for removing the high risk driver from the road, rehabilitating the
     G OVERNOR ’ S H IGHWAY S AFETY C OUNCIL Q UARTERLY M EETING                                                      offender and providing restitution to the community and the possible victims.
     Speaker:                                                                                                         Monday, November 29, 1999 – Sea Pearl 1 & 2
     s Harvey Shapiro, Co-Chair, Governor’s Highway Safety Council, Honolulu, Hawaii
     The meeting will cover statewide safety topics.
                                                                                                                      H IGHWAY E NGINEERING                     FOR     N ON -E NGINEERS
     Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – South Pacific 1
                                                                                                                      Speaker:
                                                                                                                      s Keith J. Harrison, Safety/Geometric Design Engineer, Federal Highway Administration
     G RADUATED L ICENSING – W HY H AWAII N EEDS M ORE
                                                                                                                         (FHWA), San Francisco, California
     Speaker:
                                                                                                                      This session will cover a brief overview of the highway design process. By minimizing the use of technical jar-
     s Frank J. Gruber IV, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Technology, College of                           gon in the presentation, even the layperson can glean a better understanding of and appreciation for many of
        Engineering and Engineering Technology, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois                        the basic principles and practices of the highway engineer. (i.e., How sharp can a curve be? How wide should
     This session will relate the basic premises and components of a Graduated Driver Licensing system, tying         a lane be? How can roadsides be made safer?)
     these to the new Hawaii driver licensing law. Also to be discussed are the inner workings of the 1997 Illinois   Monday, November 29, 1999 – South Pacific 4
     graduated driver licensing law and the ways Hawaii might wish to proceed based on the Illinois experience.
     Thursday, December 2, 1999 – South Pacific 4
                                                                                                                      H UMAN FACTORS                 AND      H IGHWAY S AFETY
                                                                                                                      Speaker:
     H ANDS       ON    C HILD R ESTRAINT C HECK - UP S TATION                                                        s Beth Alicondri, Manager, Human Factors Laboratory, Federal Highway Administration,
     Speakers:                                                                                                           Washington, D.C.
     s Robyn Carl, Car Seat Training Coordinator, Injury Protection and Control Office, Honolulu,                     This session will cover the basics of human factors and the importance of including human needs in highway
        Hawaii                                                                                                        design. Topics to be addressed include the driving task, human needs and capabilities as they relate to high-
     s Karen Tessier, Car Seat Training Coordinator, Injury Protection and Control Office,                            way design, and incorporating human factors principles into highway design decisions. Exercises and exam-
        Honolulu, Hawaii                                                                                              ples are a critical aspect of the workshop.
     This session includes a car seat demonstration and hands-on practice.                                            Monday, November 29, 1999 – Nautilus 3
     Monday, November 29, 1999 – Sea Pearl 5 & 6
     Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – Sea Pearl 5 & 6                                                                     I NCIDENT M ANAGEMENT
                                                                                                                      Speakers:
                                                                                                                      s Les Jacobson, Senior ITS Specialist, PB Farradyne Inc., Seattle, Washington




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s John O’Laughlin, Director of Incident Management Services, PB Farradyne Inc., Seattle,                      J UDICIARY P ROGRAM                 FOR    C AR S EAT V IOLATIONS : O NE Y EAR L ATER
  Washington                                                                                                  Speaker:
This session will cover the latest and best techniques for managing all types of roadway emergencies from
                                                                                                              s Carolyn Wilcox, Driver Education Specialist, Judiciary, Driver Education Program, Honolulu,
disabled vehicles to fatal accidents involving trucks and hazardous materials. The course focuses on the
safety and operational efficiency of the responding agencies, and gives a wide range of specific methods in      Hawaii
use throughout the nation.                                                                                    The session will cover what has occurred and the impact of the mandatory training for child seat violators.
Thursday, December 2, 1999 – Nautilus 3 (Part I)                                                              Monday, November 29, 1999 – Sea Pearl 5 & 6
Friday, December 3, 1999 – Iolani 5 (Part II)                                                                 Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – Sea Pearl 5 & 6


I S T HERE H ELP        AND      H OPE     FOR THE       H IGH R ISK D RIVER ? (PANEL )                       M OTOR C ARRIER S UPERVISOR T RAINING                              ON     C ONTROLLED S UBSTANCE
Moderator:                                                                                                      AND A LCOHOL T ESTING
s Robert Shearouse, Esq., Director of Public Policy, MADD – National Office, Irving, Texas                    Speaker:
Speakers:                                                                                                     s George Ellis, President, Greystone Health Sciences Corporation, La Mesa, California
s William Haning, M.D., University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii                                                This session will be for the supervisors of CDL drivers who are subject to the Part 382 of the Federal Motor
s Thomas Nochajski, Ph.D., Director, Research Institute on Addictions, Buffalo, New York                      Safety Regulations. The participants will receive the minimum required 60 minutes each of training on alcohol
                                                                                                              misuse and controlled substance use. The training will include physical, behavioral, speech and performance
s Terence Wade, Ph.D., Substance Abuse and Treatment Administrator, Counselor, Honolulu,                      indicators of probable alcohol misuse and use of controlled substances.
   Hawaii                                                                                                     Monday, November 29, 1999 – Ti Leaf
This panel will provide information about drug and alcohol problems and addictions, methods of effectively
                                                                                                              Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – Ti Leaf
assessing the severity of the problem, and a look at various treatment options including those available in
Hawaii.
Monday, November 29, 1999 – Sea Pearl 1 & 2                                                                   N ATIONAL D RIVER E DUCATION T EACHER C ERTIFICATION P ROGRAM
                                                                                                              Speaker:
I S Y OUR CMV D RIVER Q UALIFIED ?                                                                            s A.O. “Brad” Bradshaw, Ph.D., Executive Director, American Driver and Traffic Safety
Speaker:                                                                                                         Education Association (ADTSEA), Highway Safety Center, Indiana University of Pennsylvania,
s Donald Carr, Drug & Alcohol Technical Advisory Group (TAG) Chair, Office of Motor                              Indiana, Pennsylvania
                                                                                                              This workshop is designed to present the system, challenge the participant’s knowledge about new driving tech-
   Carrier, Moreno Valley, California
                                                                                                              niques and technologies and discuss the implementation of Hawaii’s driver education program. A system of
This session will cover qualifications of drivers who are subject to 49 CFR parts 391 and 382 of the FMCSR.
                                                                                                              quality, standardized teacher preparation in driver education is crucial to preparing the novice driver for the
This will include documentation requirements on medical exam, drug and alcohol tests, annual reviews and
                                                                                                              challenges of Hawaii’s highway transportation system. The Coalition for Road and Traffic Safety, the American
other driver qualification items.
                                                                                                              Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association have developed and implemented such a system.
Monday, November 29, 1999 – Ti Leaf
                                                                                                              Thursday, December 2, 1999 – South Pacific 4
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – Ti Leaf

                                                                                                              N ATIONAL M ODEL FOR THE S TATEWIDE A PPLICATION OF D ATA
J UDICIAL S EMINAR – D RIVING U NDER                          THE I NFLUENCE OF             D RUGS
                                                                                                                 C OLLECTION AND M ANAGEMENT T ECHNOLOGY TO I MPROVE
   (R ESTRICTED TO JUDGES ONLY )
                                                                                                                 H IGHWAY S AFETY
Moderator:
                                                                                                              Speaker:
s Maureen Boyle, Esq., Assistant Director, Resource Center on Impaired Driving, University of
                                                                                                              s Terry Dillinger, Director, Office of Driver Services, Iowa Department of Services, Des Moines,
   Wisconsin Law School, Madison, Wisconsin
                                                                                                                 Iowa
Speakers:
                                                                                                              This session will cover the national model for the statewide application of data collection and management
s Darrell Fisher, Nebraska State Police, Lincoln, Nebraska
                                                                                                              technology to improve highway safety, a partnership project between Federal Highway Administration and
s Honorable Kim Frankel, Judge, Portland Oregon                                                               the state of Iowa that is used to demonstrate the successful integration of technology for the improvement of
s Henry Lombardi, Newport Police Department, Newport, Rhode Island                                            highway safety. The project provides an opportunity to share a single state’s technology integration
s Honorable Daniel H. Mabley, Judge, Hennepin County District Court, Minneapolis,                             experence, so mistakes can be avoided and successes can be taken advantage of.
   Minnesota                                                                                                  Friday, December 3, 1999 – Sea Pearl 1 & 2
s Jim Mock, Consultant, Former Director, Torrance Police Department DRE Office, Torrance,
   California                                                                                                 O LDER D RIVERS            AND     T RAFFIC S AFETY
s Thomas Page, Consultant, Former Director, LAPD DRE Office, Los Angeles, California                          Speakers:
s Doug Thooft, Minnesota State Patrol, St. Paul, Minnesota                                                    s Karl Kim, Ph.D, Professor, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii
s Clifford Wong, Ph.D., Director of Toxicology Services, Clinical Laboratories of Hawaii, Ewa                 s Harvey Peltz, State Coordinator, 55 Alive, AARP, Honolulu, Hawaii
   Beach, Hawaii                                                                                              This session will cover AARP’s mature driving program and how it helps reeducate older drivers.
This seminar is being presented by the Resource Center on Impaired Driving, University of Wisconsin Law       Monday, November 29, 1999 – Nautilus 3
School. This seminar will provide judges with information regarding the 12-step Drug Influence Evaluation
and the Drug Recognition Expert Program. It will also provide judges with information regarding the DUI-      O VERVIEW OF N ATIONAL H IGHWAY T RAFFIC S AFETY
Drug case law in Hawaii and the mainland. In addition, judges who have experience in handling cases in
this area will share their knowledge and expertise.                                                              A DMINISTRATION (NHTSA) S AFE C OMMUNITY P ROGRAM
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – Nautilus 1                                                                       Speaker:
Thursday, December 2, 1999 – Nautilus 1                                                                       s Jack Champlin, Regional Program Manager, NHTSA, San Francisco, California
                                                                                                              This session will cover the Safe Community concept that was developed by NHTSA.
                                                                                                              Monday, November 29, 1999 – Sea Pearl 3 & 4




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     O VERVIEW OF N ATIONAL H IGHWAY T RAFFIC S AFETY                                                                     R ED L IGHT R UNNING
        A DMINISTRATION (NHTSA) O CCUPANT P ROTECTION P ROGRAM                                                            Speaker:
     Speaker:                                                                                                             s Aida Berkovitz, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)/National Highway Traffic Safety
     s Don Uelmen, NHTSA, San Francisco, California                                                                          Administration Safety Liaison, FHWA, San Francisco, California
     This session will cover the various programs offered by the agency dealing with occupant protection.                 This session will cover the FHWA’s national Red Light Running campaign.
     Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – Sea Pearl 1 & 2                                                                         Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – Nautilus 3
     Thursday, December 2, 1999 – Sea Pearl 1 & 2
                                                                                                                          R OAD S AFETY A UDIT
     P EDESTRIAN /B ICYCLE S AFETY P ROGRAM                                                                               Speaker:
     Speaker:                                                                                                             s Gene Wilson, Director, Wyoming Technology Transfer Center, Wyoming
     s Charles V. Zegeer, Associate Director, University of North Carolina, Highway Safety                                The workshop will present an overview of Road Safety Audit (RSA) practice from a global perspective and
                                                                                                                          then focus on US applications. A RSA is an emerging tool in the US safety program. Worldwide the RSA is
        Research Center, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
                                                                                                                          a commonly accepted safety tool. The RSA concept was introduced into the US in late 1996. Today apply-
     This session will summarize the results of a $5.5 million research contract for the Federal Highway
                                                                                                                          ing RSAs is gaining wider use. The concepts of different RSAs will be presented along with case studies. The
     Administration (FHWA) that will include reports, CD’s User Guides and other information on pedestrian and
                                                                                                                          case studies will also include a workshop for the attendees to conduct a sample audit as a team. The session
     bicyclist research. It will also include a description and update on the new Pedestrian and Bicycle
                                                                                                                          will be tailored to emphasize the types of audits most beneficial to the audience.
     Information Center that the University is managing for FHWA.
                                                                                                                          Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – Nautilus 3
     Friday, December 3, 1999 – Iolani 6

     P EDESTRIAN FACT F INDING TASK F ORCE M EETING                                                                       R OLES      OF    G OVERNMENT
     Friday, December 3, 1999 – Sea Pearl 3 & 4                                                                           Speakers:
                                                                                                                          s Julie Anna Cirillo, Office of Motor Carrier Safety, Washington, D.C.
     P EDESTRIAN S AFETY R OAD S HOW                                                                                      s Adele Derby, Associate Administrator, State and Community Services National Highway
     Speakers:                                                                                                                Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, D.C.
     s Aida Berkovitz, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)/National Highway Traffic Safety                              s Kazu Hayashida, Director, Hawaii State Department of Transportation, Honolulu, Hawaii
        Administration (NHTSA) Safety Liaison, FHWA, San Francisco, California                                            s Cheryl Soon, Director of Transportation Services, City and County of Honolulu, Honolulu,
     s Jack Champlin, Regional Program Manager, NHTSA, San Francisco, California                                              Hawaii
     This session will cover what helps towns and cities identify pedestrian safety problems and develop strategies       This session will cover the government’s role as safety leaders.
     to resolve them.                                                                                                     Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – Nautilus 3
     Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – Sea Pearl 3 & 4
                                                                                                                          S AFETY M ANAGEMENT S YSTEMS
     P EDESTRIAN S AFETY W ORKSHOP                                                                                        Speaker:
     Speaker:                                                                                                             s John J. Zogby, President,Transportation Safety Management Systems, Duncannon,
     s Charles V. Zegeer, Associate Director, University of North Carolina, Highway Safety                                   Pennsylvania
        Research Center, Chapel Hill, North Carolina                                                                      This session will cover Mr. Zogby's paper, "A Transportation Safety Planning Model," which examines the
     This session will consist of a presentation of the results of some new research findings on pedestrian facilities,   State of Practice of Safety Management Systems (SMS) with respect to their management and systems impli-
     new recommended guidelines for crosswalks and sidewalks, an evaluation of traffic calming and innovative             cations for the nation's transportation system in the new millennium. The SMS, as envisioned in the
     pedestrian signs, and a discussion on the new Pedestrian User Guide. The audience will be asked to present           Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (ISTEA), was intended to be integrated with the
     specific types of pedestrian problems they face. Ensuing discussion will open up the session to input and            planning and implementation of other transportation management systems to assure program efficiency and
     interaction from audience members and allow sharing of information and ideas.                                        effectiveness.
     Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – South Pacific 4                                                                        Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – Sea Pearl 3 & 4


     P ROSECUTING            THE    D RUGGED D RIVER (R ESTRICTED                         TO PROSECUTORS                  S HARE      THE     R OAD
        ONLY )                                                                                                            Speakers:
                                                                                                                          s Rick Carter, Safety Specialist, Hawaii Transportation Association, Honolulu Hawaii
     Speakers:
     s Mary Anderson, Esq., Deputy District Attorney, Bend, Oregon                                                        s Chris Sayers, Bicycle Coordinator, City and County of Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii
     s Maureen Boyle, Esq., Assistant Director, Resource Center on Impaired Driving, University of                        s Grace Yoshizawa, Transportation Assistant, Office of Motor Carrier Safety, Honolulu,
        Wisconsin Law School, Madison, Wisconsin                                                                             Hawaii
                                                                                                                          This session will inform DriverEd instructors and other driving professionals about sharing the road with bicy-
     s Tricia Gould, Esq., Director, National Traffic Law Center, Alexandria, Virginia
                                                                                                                          cles. With today’s increased traffic congestion and growing numbers of bicyclists it is more important than
     s David Sandler, Esq., Deputy Prosecutor, City and County of Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii                              ever for motorists and bicyclists to learn how to "share the road." A video will be shown. Also to be dis-
     In 1998, a law went into effect in Hawaii requiring drivers who appeared impaired on drugs to submit to              cussed, are the special rules for sharing the road with a car, truck, bus or other large vehicle on Hawaii’s
     drug testing. Since this law went into effect, the number of arrests for Driving Under the Influence of Drugs        roadways.
     has increased dramatically. This session will provide prosecutors with the materials and information they            Thursday, December 2, 1999 – Sea Pearl 1 & 2
     need to successfully prosecute cases in this area.
     Monday, November 29, 1999 – Nautilus 1
     Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – Nautilus 1
                                                                                                                          S PECTRUM          OF    P REVENTION
                                                                                                                          Speaker:
     Friday, December 3, 1999 – Iolani 3 & 4
                                                                                                                          s Larry Cohen, Executive Director, Prevention Institute, Berkeley, California
                                                                                                                          This session will cover the levels of intervention of injuries.
                                                                                                                          Monday, November 29, 1999 – Sea Pearl 3 & 4



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                                         HAWAII TRAFFIC SAFETY FORUM WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS




T RAFFIC C ALMING                                                                                                   W HAT Y OUR S ERVICE P ROVIDER S HOULD B E D OING F OR Y OU :
Speaker:                                                                                                              DOT R EGULATORY R EQUIREMENTS
s Dan Burden, Director, Walkable Communities, Inc., High Springs, Florida                                           Speaker:
This session will use a highly visual multi-screen format to discuss the safety, operations and neighborhood        s George Ellis, President, Greystone Health Sciences Corporation, La Mesa, California
development potential of traffic calming. Traffic calming often reduces crashes by 50 percent.                      This session will review what the role and requirements are for the Collection Sites, Laboratories, Medical
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – Sea Pearl 1 & 2                                                                        Review Officers (MRO), and Substance Abuse Professionals (SAP).
                                                                                                                    Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – Sea Pearl 1 & 2
T RAFFIC O CCUPANT P ROTECTION S TRATEGIES (TOPS) P ROGRAM
Speaker:                                                                                                            W HAT ’ S H APPENING IN H AWAII ’ S S AFE C OMMUNITIES –
s Don Uelmen, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, San Francisco, California                               A S AMPLE OF S UCCESSFUL S AFE C OMMUNITY P ROGRAMS
This session will cover the TOPS program, which is used to increase the knowledge of police                         Speakers:
officers on why they should enforce the occupant protection laws.                                                   s Aida Berkovitz, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)/National Highway Traffic Safety
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – Sea Pearl 1 & 2
                                                                                                                       Administration, FHWA, San Francisco, California
Thursday, December 2, 1999 – Sea Pearl 1 & 2
                                                                                                                    s Kelvin Dang, Director, Maui Safe Community Program, Wailuku, Hawaii
                                                                                                                    s Mary Anne Long, Koolauloa Traffic Safety Coalition (KTSC), City Council, Honolulu, Hawaii
U PDATE       ON     C HILD PASSENGER S AFETY                     IN    H AWAII                                     s Linda Rosen, M.D., Injury Prevention and Control Office, Honolulu, Hawaii
Speakers:
                                                                                                                    s Joanne Swearingen, OASIS System Group, Department of Education, Honolulu, Hawaii
s Lt. Charles Hirata, Maui Police Department, Traffic Section, Wailuku, Hawaii
                                                                                                                    The panel will discuss their successful Safe Community coalition, how it was developed and why it worked. The
s John Kaizuka, Department of Health, Hilo, Hawaii                                                                  KTSC will share its experiences in forming a “Safe Communities” program to address the alarming number of
This session will be an overall description of the problem regarding child passenger safety in Hawaii, includ-      traffic fatalities from 1990-1997 along Kamehameha Highway (from Kaaawa through Kahuku). The coalition
ing data from recent observations and check up clinics, which have been conducted in various communities            viewed the problems and solutions in three areas: people (attitudes, education, etc.); highway (design, engi-
over the past two years. Also to be discussed, is the various strategies by each county to address the prob-        neering); and laws/enforcement.
lem, as well as current and future plans. The latest information from the National Highway Transportation           Monday, November 29, 1999 – Sea Pearl 3 & 4
Safety Administration will be presented, and the latest development, the new Federal Motor Vehicle Safety
Standard, which requires child restraints to be equipped with tethers. There is also a requirement to install
universal child restraint attachment points in future vehicles.
                                                                                                                    W HY A RE W E H ERE ? T HE R EASON O UR W ORK                                       IS   V ITALLY
Monday, November 29, 1999 – Sea Pearl 5 & 6                                                                           I MPORTANT (PANEL )
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 – Sea Pearl 5 & 6                                                                        Facilitator:
                                                                                                                    s Donna Tyler, Program Coordinator, MADD – Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii
U PDATE       ON     H AZARDOUS M ATERIAL R EGULATIONS                                                              A panel of impaired driving victims will demonstrate the role of impact panels in the criminal justice system and
                                                                                                                    as an educational program for high school students. The stories from panel members will make the value of
Speaker:
                                                                                                                    traffic safety efforts abundantly clear.
s Robert Brown, Hazardous Material Program Manager, Western Resource Center, San
                                                                                                                    Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – South Pacific 4
   Francisco, California
This session will cover the latest revisions and new requirements of hazardous material regulations, which
includes the HM-200, HM-225, and a question and answering session on the latest changes to the haz-                 W ORK P LACE T RAFFIC S AFETY P ROGRAM , N ETWORK                                         OF   E MPLOYERS
ardous material regulations.                                                                                          FOR T RAFFIC S AFETY (NETS)
Thursday, December 2, 1999 – Ti Leaf                                                                                Speaker:
                                                                                                                    s Sheila Shakur, Ph.D., California Institute of Transportation Safety, Department of Civil and
V EHICLE S AFETY M ANAGEMENT                                                                                           Environmental Engineering, San Diego State University, San Diego, California
Speakers:                                                                                                           This session will cover how traffic safety can play a big role in the work place.
s Wendy Burke, US Department of Transportation, Office of Motor Carrier Safety, Honolulu,                           Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – South Pacific 1
   Hawaii
s Byron Canha, Motor Vehicle Safety Officer, Hawaii Department of Transportation, Motor                             W ORK Z ONE S AFETY
   Vehicle Safety Office, Honolulu, Hawaii                                                                          Speaker:
This session will cover what to expect during a roadside inspection, the consequences and the Federal paper         s Gene Wilson, Director, Wyoming Technology Transfer Center, Wyoming
work requirements to be in compliance with 49 CFR Part 396.                                                         This work zone safety session will focus on issues to enhance safe practice in planning, designing, installing and
Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – Ti Leaf                                                                               maintaining work zone traffic control. Topics will emphasize safe flagging practice and short term traffic con-
Thursday, December 2, 1999 – Ti Leaf                                                                                trol issues. A design workshop will be included.
                                                                                                                    Thursday, December 2, 1999 – Sea Pearl 5 & 6
T HE V ISION         OF I NTELLIGENT             T RANSPORTATION S OCIETY (ITS)                          OF
   A MERICA
Speaker:
s John J. Collins, President and CEO, Intelligent Transportation Society (ITS) of America,
   Washington, D.C.
This session will cover the vision of ITS in the United States and current applications. The results of strategic
ITS planning activities that have redefined the role of the organization will be described, as well as the six
strategic goals of the Society. Also to be discussed, is the current activities of ITS America, and suggestions
on how companies and organizations in Hawaii can work with other states and at the national level to pro-
mote ITS solutions.
Wednesday, December 1, 1999 – South Pacific 1


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A HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM                  OF THE     STATE    OF   HAWAII DEPARTMENT                                     OF       TRANSPORTATION




                                                                      PLANNING COMMITTEE
            E X H I B I T O R S                                       Marilyn Kali, Chair, Department of Transportation
                                                                      Carol McNamee, Mother's Against Drunk Driving, Co-Chair, Education
                                                                      Susan Klekar, Federal Highway Administration, Co-Chair, Education
                     AAA Hawaii                                       David Sandler, Honolulu Prosecutor's Office, Chair, Enforcement
                    Air Bag Service                                   C. S. Papacostas, Hawaii Local Technical Assistance Program, Chair, Engineering
                         BI, Inc.                                     COMMITTEE
              City & County of Honolulu                               Diane Beirne, AAA Hawaii
    Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands                      Wendy Burke, Office of Motor Carrier Safety
                                                                      Rick Carter, Hawaii Transportation Association
            Department of Transportation                              Maj. Charles Chai, Hawaii Police Department
          Federal Highway Administration                              Jim Fulton, Prosecutor's Office, Honolulu
                                                                      Gordon Hong, Safe Communities, Department of Transportation
            Guam Office of Traffic Safety                             Shaylene Iseri-Carvalho, Prosecutor's Office, Kauai
      Hawaii Local Technical Assistance Program                       Lt. Gordon Isoda, Kauai Police Department
                 Kustom Signals, Inc.                                 Ass't Chief Robert Kane, Honolulu Police Department
                                                                      Wayne Kaneshiro, Federal Highway Administration
                Laser Technology, Inc.                                Alex Kaonohi, Motor Vehicles Safety Office, Department of Transportation
                   Lockheed Martin                                    Collin Kau, Drug Recognition Expert Unit, Honolulu Police Department
                                                                      Sen. Cal Kawamoto, Senate
       Mother's Against Drunk Driving (MADD)                          Blaine Kawamura, Highways, Department of Transportation
             Nestor Traffic Systems, Inc.                             Ashford Kekaula, Hawaii Transportation Association
                     Red Flex, Inc.                                   Juli Kobayashi, Hawaii Local Technical Assistance Program, University of Hawaii
                                                                      Sgt. Jayson Kozaki, Drug Recognition Expert Coordinator, Maui Police Department
             Safety Systems Hawaii, Inc.                              Gordon Lum, Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization
                     Sun Industries                                   Sgt. Robert Lung, Safe Communities Coordinator, Honolulu Police Department
                                                                      Donna Maiava, Department of Health Emergency Medical Services
                                                                      Rep. Barbara Marumoto, House of Representatives
                                                                      Jan Meeker, Department of Education Traffic Safety
                                                                      Anna Minimishin, Department of Transportation Services, Traffic Safety, City & County of Honolulu
                                                                      Mark Miyahira, Prosecutor's Office, Maui
                                                                      Sgt. Ryan Nishibun, Drug Recognition Expert Unit, Honolulu Police Department
                                                                      Sheila Nitta, Prosecutor's Office, Honolulu
                                                                      Larry Oshiro, Motor Vehicles Safety Office, Department of Transportation
                                                                      Dr. Linda Rosen, Keiki Injury Prevention Coalition
                                                                      Chris Sayers, Bicycle Coordinator, Department of Transportation Services,
                                                                      City & County of Honolulu
                                                                      Gareth Sakakida, Hawaii Transportation Association
                                                                      Nichole Shimamoto, Prosecutor's Office, Honolulu
                                                                      Joanne Swearingen, Driver Education, Department of Education
                                                                      Alvin Takeshita, Highways Traffic Safety, Department of Transportation
                                                                      Eric Tash, Injury Prevention, Department of Health
                                                                      Ass't Chief Robert Tam Ho, Maui Police Dept.
                                                                      Pamela Tober, AAA Hawaii
                                                                      Mike Udovic, Prosecutor's Office, Hawaii
                                                                      Judge Marcia Waldorf, Administrative Judge
                  EXHIBITOR AREA                                      Capt. Brian Wauke, Traffic Division, Honolulu Police Department
                                                                      Wally Weatherwax, Honolulu Liquor Commission
                                                                      Elaine Wilson, Alcohol & Drug Abuse Division, Department of Health
                                                                      Paul Won, Department of Transportation Services, City and County of Honolulu
                                                                      Sgt. Clyde Yamashiro, Honolulu Police Department




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