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
- NRSPP Monthly Focus
- Feature: With My Eyes Closed… : NRSPP Launches Third Road Safety Organisational Campaign
- Blog: Would you drive with your eyes closed?
- NRSPP News
- NRSPP Resources
NRSPP Achievements May 2021
- NRSPP releases its Third Road Safety Organisational campaign on driving tired called, “With My Eyes Closed…”
- NRSPP celebrates turning 7
- NRSPP Program Director, Jerome Carslake, presented at Roads Australia Spotlight on Safety.
- Re:act 2021 is well underway with theme Driver Fatigue. NRSPP is on panels for Western Australia through Curtin University and Victoria through Swinburne University and the midway check in indicated we are in for some fantastic campaigns.
- NRSPP held two collaborative webinars in May with Adjunct Associate Professor David Allen from Drug and Alcohol Solutions Australia (DASA) and Andrew Leibie from Healius with over 250 people:
- A post webinar Q&A Fact Sheet is currently being generated in relation to all of the questions asked.
- The CLOCS-A Working Group met on 28 April and welcomes two new Steering Group Partners, Australian Road Research Board and Bicycle Queensland and four new Supporting Partners, Bicycle NSW, Hanson, SGESCO-Max and Sutherland Shire Council to the Memorandum of Understanding.
- NRSPP welcome two new Program Partners
- Sutherland Shire Council who has joined the CLOCS-A MoU and will develop a case study and webinar to be released in August as part of NSW Local Government Week.
- Chartered Institute for Logistics and Training – Australia who has been leading Suicide in Road Transport Stream 4.a. Impacts on Third Parties, will Chair the CLOCS-A Technical Working Group on Logistics and Planning and conduct a number of short articles on higher productivity vehicles and their safety impacts.