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|Title:||Work related road safety|
|Publisher:||Royal Automobile Club of Victoria (RACV)|
|Assignee:||Royal Automobile Club of Victoria|
|Martin Small, Trevor Bailey, Mary Lydon, Tim Davern, Melinda Congiu|
|Abstract:||Work-related road safety is increasingly regarded as a vital issue for a wide range of private companies. Vehicles used in the course of employment are a part of the workplace and it has been estimated that work related road crashes in Australia account for about half of all occupational fatalities and 15% of national road deaths. Further, fleet vehicles are generally sold to private buyers within a few years. This suggests that the safety of a company’s fleet vehicles and the road safety behaviour of its employees is paramount when considering the road safety of the general population. RACV commissioned this report to gain a better understanding of work related road safety. The project includes a review of vehicle technology and driver based safety initiatives; a review of currently available resources that address work related road safety and consultations with a range of organisations. The report concludes by outlining best practice principles and priority actions for managers to improve a company’s road safety profile.|
|Keywords:||road safety; fleet safety; fleet management; fleet safety programs; driver training; fleet vehicles; company vehicles; vehicle safety technology; road trauma; policy; work related road safety|
|Rights:||© Royal Automobile Club of Victoria (RACV) Ltd 2013. This work is copyright. Apart from any use as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, no part may be reproduced by any process without permission in writing from the RACV.|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Automotive Safety Research reports|
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