The National Road Safety Partnership Program (NRSPP) offers a collaborative network for Australian organisations to build and implement effective road safety strategies in the workplace.
The program offers organisations the resources to improve road safety that best fit their individual operations and, at the same time, improve business productivity through less time and money lost through safety incidents.
The program is not a prescriptive approach but aims to complement existing safety legislation by providing access to a ‘knowledge bank’ from a diverse network of organisations to given them the resources to implement their own initiatives. The tools will help make the business case for organisations shifting their safety focus from 'having' to safety to secure a contract to 'wanting' to because it is simply good business.
NRSPP Monthly Bulletin – August 2023 – No. 104
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NRSPP Monthly Focus
NRSPP Case Study: SA Power Networks: POSITIVE INTENT:How in-vehicle data, driver education and industry partnerships built a strong road safety culture
NRSPP Achievements July 2023
NRSPP welcomed two new Swinburne Communication and Design Interns, Khyati Chandarana and Marama Amity for 2023/24. Their organisational road safety campaign for 2024 will be on fitness-for-duty in the day-to-day sense not just the annual health check.
To close out the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator’s Heavy Vehicle Safety Initiative supported by the Federal Government Round Six funded projects awarded to NRSPP the following close out reports have produced:
The NRSPP Utilities Forum will be hosted by Optus on 13 October in Sydney at their Macquarie Campus. The 2023 forum will be last in the current format as it evolves into the Utilities Forum 2.0 from 2024.
The On-Demand App-Based Working Group – food and small parcel sub-group met on 24 July to review the guidance principles in relation to their sector.
CLOCS-A is now in the capable hands of CILTA 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. Final documents delivered include: