The agency bodies are the director and Agency Council.
Agency Acting Director:
The agency acting director is Vesna Marinko, Master of Administrative Sciences.
The acting director represents the entire agency. She organises and manages the workflow and business of the Agency, issues legal acts in individual matters, proposes business policies and actions, proposes the work programme, financial plan of the agency and an annual report, prepares proposals of general acts adopted by the Council and other expert bases for their work, performs the work programme and business policy of the agency, signs documents and contracts related to agency business, assures the operation of the agency within legal boundaries, calls meetings of the Council, prepares work and business reports of the Agency, reports to the Council about Agency business and performs other legally defined tasks.
The Agency Council consists of a president and members who are named by the founder of the Agency. These persons are selected on the basis of a public call among user representatives, expert organisations and civil society organisations. Members of the Council are appointed by the government for a duration of five years with the possibility of reappointment.
Members of the Public Traffic Safety Agency Council:
- Jure Prestor, predsednik,
- mag. Emilija Placer Tušar,
- dr. Peter Lipar
- mag. Vesna Kerstin Petrič,
- prof. dr. Marko Polič,
- David Razboršek,
- Zvonko Milkovič,
- Sandi Borec,
- Peter Jevšinek.
The Council ensures that the Agency operates in the public interest, adopts general acts of the Agency and determines a potential rate with consent of the government, adopts the work programme and financial plan, annual and other reports of the Agency, proposes the appointment and dismissal of the director and gives consent to the appointment of the deputy director, gives directions and instructions for work, proposals and opinions about individual issues, appoints expert committees and other positions for processing and studying individual issues, and performs other legally specified tasks.
- Public relations
T: +386 1 478 89 53
- General Affairs Service
Head of the Department: Urška Naglič
T: +386 1 478 89 70
The tasks of this service include the following fields: finances and accounting, organisation and human resources, and IT.
- Vehicles Division
Head of Division: mag. Tomaž Svetina
T: +386 1 478 84 32
The tasks of this division are management of administrative procedures in the work field, selection and authorisation of organisations for performing tasks in the field of vehicles and expert supervision of their work.
- Drivers Division
Head of Division: mag. Saša Jevšnik Kafol
T: +386 1 478 88 10
The tasks of this division are implementation of educational programmes in the work field, selection and authorisation of organisations for performing tasks in the field of drivers and expert supervision of their work.
- Division for development and coordination of road traffic safety
Head of Division: Andraž Murkovič
T: +386 1 478 89 54
The tasks of this division are mostly management, coordination and control of operative national traffic safety processes, coordination of the Resolution on the national road safety programme for the period 2013–2022, and planning, management and coordination of implementation of operative tasks and programmes in road traffic safety required for the execution of the national road safety programme.
- Division for prevention and education in road traffic
Dr. Mateja Markl, head of Division for Prevention and Education in Road Traffic
+386 1 478 88 68
The tasks of this division are management, coordination, contextual preparation and execution of preventive activities in road traffic and in national preventive actions in accordance with strategic documents, as well as development, acceleration and implementation of traffic education programmes.
- Driving Test Division
Head of Division: Robert Gril
T: +386 1 478 88 48
The main task of this division is assuring and conducting of driving tests.
Slovenia has five Driving test areas with altogether 20 main locations where the agency provide driving tests. This division also collaborates with other divisions, especially in the field of prevention and education and training of drivers and experts.