Who is Nestlé?

Nestlé is the world’s largest food and beverage company. It is present in 189 countries around the world, and its 4000,000 employees in Australia are committed to Nestlé’s purpose of enhancing the quality of life and contributing to a healthier future.

Nestlé recognises the role they can play in improving road safety and reducing transport risk in Australia, as its people in Sales, Supply Chain and Operations take to the roads. Nestlé owns or leases over 350 vehicles ranging from tool of trade vehicles for the sales team, through to heavy vehicles delivering chocolate and other products.

Chain of Responsibility is also a critical focus area as the business relies heavily on heavy vehicles and primary freight to move products throughout the supply chain.

What does road safety mean to Nestlé?

Nestlé makes it a priority to make sure their people and other road users make it home to their family each and every day.

What sector does Nestlé operate in?

Food and beverage manufacturing with 300 plus vehicles in Australia and extensive supply chains.

Nestlé's Contributions to the NRSPP & Points of Contact

  • Luke ByrnesSHE ManagerCommencement Date: 04/10/2018Sector: Global Food Manufacturerhttps://www.nestle.com.au/en

    What are Nestlé’s NRSPP road safety commitments?

    1. Participate and support NRSPP leadership and initiatives
    2. Australasian Road Safety Conference 2018 – Symposium Panel Member, “The workplace, why does road safety management vary so much?”
    3. NRSPP Utilities Forum 2018 Partner and ANCAP Crash Test
    4. Suicide in Road Transport Workshop

    Supporting actions that have been delivered by Nestlé

    Key sharing include:

    Nestlé Australia Distracted Drivers: how to engage drivers in workplace road safety and stop mobile phone use while driving

    Webinar: Talking Mobile Phone Use In Vehicles with Nestlé

  • Luke ByrnesSHE Manager

    To assist Nestlé in is road safety journey a request was made to join the NRSPP Utilities Forum to assist with knowledge sharing and learning. The Utilities Forum Executive welcome the opportunity to include Nestlé:

  • Luke ByrnesSHE Manager

    Nestlé has helped design and contribute to the development of Empowr Mobility which is NRSPP’s first social innovation. More to come.

  • Luke ByrnesSHE Manager

    In 2017, NRSPP held the inception co-design workshop for Suicide in Road Transport (SiRT) which Nestlé attended and actively contributed to. Nestlé has continued as a partner of the SiRT National Working Group since it was started.

    Nestlé has continued to contribute to SiRT which is now in stage 2 with a major national project funded by Austroads and being delivered collaboratively by NRSPP.