Who are IAG?

As a leading motor vehicle insurer in Australia, we see it as a priority to improve and sustain safety on our nation’s roads. The motor risk team at iag in the last year have worked over 200 clients with 70,000+ vehicles.

What does road safety mean to IAG?

Road safety is a priority at IAG, our focus is to make your world a safer place.

We believe that we can make a difference to the number of incidents on the roads but also to the productivity and expenses that impact the businesses, staff and communities over time.

The National Road Safety Partnership Program gives us an opportunity to share our experience and knowledge and improve the awareness of companies engaged in road transport activities.

Our commitment to the program is to provide insight into how we have improved road and employee safety using experience data, benchmarking, training tools and incident management procedures to make tangible improvements in road safety.

We look forward to continuing our involvement in developing a useful knowledge centre focussed on road safety.

Supporting actions delivered by IAG

Industry Australia Group (IAG)'s Contributions to the NRSPP & Points of Contact

  • Katherine Hopman and Peter DivjakinjaRisk Manager - Motor, Safety Institute of ; and National Risk Manager - Motor Australian Underwriting

    IAG recognised as a Founding Steering Committee Partner to the present

    • IAG Hosted
      • Steering Committee Number 8 at its Head Office in Sydney on 19 November 2014.
      • NRSPP Steering Committee Number 10 and the Strategic Planning Day on 9/10 June 2015

    What are IAG’s NRSPP road safety commitments?

    1. Experience and advice on effective road safety engagement
    2. Development of initiatives – polices, practice and advance in technology
    3. Connect fleet managers to the benefits of the NRSPP
    4. Seek continued engagement in the NRSPP Steering Committee
  • Peter DivjakinjaNational Risk Manager - Motor Australian Underwriting

    IAG through Peter Divjakinja helped establish the foundations of NRSPP and attended all of the early meetings of the NRSPP when evolving from the National Transport Commission.

    NRSPP wishes to recognise the contributions of IAG for helping develop the program.

    Peter attended the formal launch of NRSPP on the 5 May, 2014 as part of the UN Decade of Action in Melbourne hosted by RACV.

  • Madeleine Hibberd and Sharon O'NeilManager, Road Safety and Regulatory Policy; and

    IAG through Madeleine Hibberd and Sharon O’Neil joined SUMV which included two core elements, delivery of the guide and the communications and engagement strategy. IAG assisted with featuring as part of the B2B Video seeking to engage other organisations around establishing a safe use of mobiles in vehicle policy, the whole working group delivered:

    Safe Use of Mobiles in Vehicles Insights from head of research at IAG, Robert McDonald

    NRSPP B2B Video: Safer Use of Mobiles in Vehicles

    NRSPP Guide: Developing an Effective Policy for Mobile Phone Use in Vehicles

  • Ceclia WarrenDirector, Research & Development

    IAG identified Safer Vehicles as a key element for organisations in reducing the risk to workers when on the road. They joined the working group and was represented by Cecilia Warren. Their support to the working group was the in house development of a B2B Video advocating for businesses to have a safe vehicle policy, to align with ANCAP and for drivers to understand the technology.

    NRSPP B2B Video: Safer Vehicles are Better Business

  • Peter DivjakinjaNational Risk Manager - Motor Australian Underwriting

    SA Power Network kindly hosted the first NRSPP Utilities Forum on the 22 July 2015 at Oaks Plaza Pier Hotel at Glenelg. IAG attended the forum and shared insights in relation to the Utilities Sector and insurance claims on the road.  What resulted following this forum was the establishment of an amazing network within the utilities sector. The following provides a summary of IAG as part of the NRSPP Utilities Forum.

  • Sharon O'NeilFleet Manager

    IAG  through Sharon O’Neil joined the NRSPP Grey Fleet Working Group. Sharon attended the NSW Workshop hosted by Vodafone to help provide input from the regulator but also as an employer who has grey fleet on the development of a practical guide.

    NRSPP Guide: Grey Fleet Safety Management