This Edition Will Cover

  • NRSPP Achievements
  • NRSPP Monthly Focus
  • NRSPP Case Study: Mitchell Services Limited: Drivers In Hire Vehicles And Remote Areas: How Technology Helped Address A Range Of Critical Risks
  • NRSPP News
  • Resources
  • Useful Links
  • Social Media
  • Events

NRSPP Achievements July 2023

  • The NRSPP Governance Board met virtually on 23 June, key outcomes included:
  • Approval of NRSPP Charter Version 7 which  included Vehicle Safety Research Group
    reference, NRSPP current Strategic Plan and Program Performance Reporting.
  • Confirmation of the program’s work program and budget for 2023/24.
  • Confirmation of the organsiational campaign for 2024 which is looking at Fit-for-Duty from a holistic day-to-day approach along with General Practitioner certification.
  • Approval of the 2023/24 NRSPP Annual Report.
  • NRSPP released two organisational campaigns:
  • Respect Traffic Controllers – NRSPP Australia in support of National Road Safety Week.
  • Look Beyond the Truck – NRSPP Australia in support of the 2023 Brisbane Truck Show.
  • The NRSPP Utilities Forum met virtually on the 13 of June an confirmed the progression to Forum 2.0 which will be an ESG based vehicle as a workplace benchmarking program. The 2023 Utilities Forum will be the last in the current model and will evolve in 2024 to the Forum 2.0 and a subscription approach.
  • The Retail and Grocery Safety Forum w(RGSF) as hosted by EY in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and New Zealand and included case study discussions on:
  • Journey Management Planning by Uniting Care’s Mark Stephens
  • Suicide in Road Transport Prevention the power of Language by NRSPP’s Jerome Carslake
  • Bull bars and safer vehicle purchasing for fleets by MUARC’s David Logan.
  • NRSPP Q&A: Workplace Driver Safety Performance – NRSPP Australia was an output
    from the previous RGSF.
  • NRSPP Program Director delivered two workshops for the Amy Gillett Foundation Sharing the Road Safely Course classroom demonstration in Brisbane and Sydney.
  • The On-Demand App Based Forum partners from the vehicle parcel delivery met on 14 June to consider the principles for their forum and adapting it to their services.
  • CLOCS-A has been formerly handed over to CILTA to  be delivered with $300,000 in seed funding provided by Major Transport Infrastructure Authority, Sydney Metro, Queensland Transport and Main Roads, Transport for NSW and Victorian Department of Transport and Planning.
  • Our July Heavy Vehicle Toolbox Talks (HVTBT) release features Journey Management with drivers from Bingo and Holcim.