Development of a specialist investigation standard for heavy vehicle fatal collisions in

@inproceedings{Bugeja2007DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a specialist investigation standard for heavy vehicle fatal collisions in},
  author={Lyndal Bugeja and Mark Symmons and Lisa Ruth Brodie and Noel Osborne and Joseph Elias Ibrahim},
  year={2007}
}
The Work Related Liaison Service (WRLS) of the Victorian Coronial Services Centre was established in July 2005 to enhance injury prevention and control. The primary role of the WRLS is to assist the Coroner by reviewing work-related deaths, developing evidence-based information on injury risk factors and countermeasures and facilitatating effective inter-agency collaboration. In the 2005-2006 financial year, the WRLS noted that 29% of the deaths meeting their inclusion criteria involved a heavy… CONTINUE READING

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