NRSPP Monthly Bulletin – March 2024 – No. 110

Welcome to the latest newsletter from the National Road Safety Partnership Program (NRSPP). NRSPP is a government-supported, industry-led collaborative network which aims to support Australian businesses and organisations to develop a positive road safety culture and help protect their workers and the public, not only during work hours but also when staff are ‘off-duty’.

This Edition Will Cover

NRSPP Achievements

Heavy Vehicle: Weather Conditions

NRSPP Monthly Focus

Monthly Features: NRSPP Case Study


NRSPP Quick Fact – Easter Road Safety: The Fatal Five


Social Media

NRSPP Resources



NRSPP Monthly Achievements February 2024

NTARC2.0 held a preliminary deep dive session on what trends, insights and data is emerging for the 2024 Major Incident Report and subsequent deep dives.

Utilities Forum2.0 met and confirmed they will continue as a subscription model beyond the 2023 pilot which will continue to be based workplace road safety benchmarking based around ESG Reporting.

The Swedish Transport Administration presented to the Austroads Road Safety Taskforce on Suicide in the transport system – a preventable epidemic. The presentation was a recommendation from the collaborative Austroads/NRSPP Suicide in Road Transport Prevention project.

The Australian Automobile Association Heavy Vehicle Vision Project Expert Advisory Group met for their second meeting finalising the literature review and laying out the next steps in the project.

NRSPP Program Director attended virtually the NSW Road Safety Forum 2024.

NRSPP has a number of upcoming webinars in the pipeline: