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Role Of Centres/Division & Units

MIROS is headed by a Director General and administratively organised into three Centres and a Division. The centres are the Road Engineering and Environment Research Centre, Road User Behavioural Change Research Centre, and the Vehicle Safety and Biomechanics Research Centre, while the division is the Management Services Division.


Director's General Office (DGO)

Units under the Director's General Office are:  

Road Safety Engineering and Environment Research Centre (REER)

The Road Safety Engineering & Environment Research Centre (REER) is organised into three units: Some of the major objectives of this Centre are to:
  • Provide for a continuously updated national accident and injury database;
  • Map accident data using geographical codes, Road User Movement (RUM) accident code and digital code;
  • Undertake diagnostic analysis on road accidents and assessment of safety interventions;
  • Undertake research on safer road designs and road environment;
  • Develop traffic models on traffic and transportation fa-cilities and;
  • Carry out survey on vehicle which operate annually to assess Vehicle Kilometer Travelled rate (VKT) and Passenger Kilometer Travelled (PKT).
 

Road User Behavioural Change Research Centre (RUBC)

RUBC performs in-depth research to help convert negative behaviour road user. From administrative aspect, this esearch centre has 3 units. Each unit has its own focus and specific scope of research in contributing to the general objective of enhancing road safety through positive behaviour . Administratively the Centre is sub divided into: The major objectives of this Centre are to:
  • Undertake research into the effectiveness of road safety campaigns, traffic calming measures, sociology of transport, enforcement, and psychology of road user behaviour,
  • Assess the effectiveness of road safety knowledge through education, and
  • Oversee and accredit driving institutes nationwide.
 

Vehicle Safety and Biomechanics Research Centre (VSB)

Administratively, to ensure smooth work flow, the Centre is divided into three units: The major objectives of the Centre are to:
  • Carry out crashworthiness investigation in the mechanics of injury, biomechanics and human tolerance to crash, including reconstruction of injury-related crashes;
  • Undertake research on trauma care, post-injury treatment, emergency response and pre- and post-crash medical health;
  • Review policies and current approaches towards improving Standard Opera-ting Procedures, Code of Practice and Industrial Standards through technical reports and publications as well as recommendations;
  • Carry out validation tests on the impact of accidents; and
  • Monitor and audit implementation of SHE.
 

Management Services Division (MSD)

The Management Services Division consists of the following four (4) units: The Management Services Division is responsible for matters pertaining to administration and general management including as a secretariat for high profile committees such as Board of MIROS and procurement activities. 
 
Among the functions of the Management Services Division are:
  • To ensure the efficient and effective implementation of proper management of integrated service for planning and administration needs of the organization and its customers.
  • To ensure the Management Services Division is sensitive and responsive to the current needs and requirements.
  • To be the reference point and expert provider in management services related matters for the wellbeing of MIROS.
  • Prepare, propose and implement continuous improvement plans for the benefit of customers.
  • To plan, administer, implement, monitor, control and manage related activities.
  • To administer the monitoring system in ensuring the efficient and effective implementation of projects under the jurisdiction of the Management Services Division.