Work-Related Road Safety Risk Assessment : Utilisation of Self-Report Surveys to Predict Organisational Risk

@inproceedings{Rowland2008WorkRelatedRS,
  title={Work-Related Road Safety Risk Assessment : Utilisation of Self-Report Surveys to Predict Organisational Risk},
  author={Rowland},
  year={2008}
}
Work-related driving safety is an emerging concern for Australian and overseas organisations. Research has shown that road crashes are the most common cause of work-related fatalities, injuries and absences from work. This study’s objectives were to identify driver characteristics which pose potential risks to work-related driving safety within the organisation, as well as determining the value of such self-reported data to predict crash involvement and general aberrant driving behaviours. This… CONTINUE READING

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