Online Survey of Victorian Road Transport Sector for VicRoads Management of Alcohol and Drug Problems Project
For your input into the survey go into the draw win one of two Free iPad minis
VicRoads is working with the road freight industry to develop a resource to support companies of all sizes to manage drugs and alcohol in the workplace. The project was initiated under Victoria’s road safety strategy Towards Zero 2016/2020. The strategy aims to reduce fatalities to less than 200 by 2020 and reduce serious injuries by 15 percent.
Heavy vehicle crashes are one of the key contributors to road trauma in Victoria, and drug-driving has been identified as a key risk factor. This project is a key component of the strategy.
VicRoads sees industry involvement in this project as crucial to its success and we warmly invite you to contribute your knowledge and expertise ithrough this survey.
VicRoads has engaged the Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) to conduct the survey with industry stakeholders, as well as in-depth consultation. We would appreciate your support in taking the time to answer the survey questions and giving your honest feedback. ARRB will only provide de-identified data to VicRoads, so please be assured that your privacy is protected.
Upon completing the survey, participants can nominate to go into the draw to win one of two iPad Minis and to be involved in the next stages of this project.
Who should answer this survey?
This survey should only be answered by companies which engage in road transport operation in Victoria. The best person to answer this questionnaire is probably the person responsible for health and safety in the workplace. If you are not that person, can you please refer this questionnaire to them.
How long will this survey take?
There are a maximum 34 questions in this survey which will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.
When does the survey close?
8 May by COB
Where do I go to complete the survey?
Should you have any further questions?
If you have any questions about the survey or the project, please contact Victoria Pyta, Senior Policy Officer - Road User and Vehicle Access, VicRoads on 03 9854 2217.