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Development of intervention guidelines for work-related drivers targeting low speed vehicle run-overs of young children (2009 - 2010)

 

This project will research and develop an intervention for work vehicles and drivers (visiting or being housed at home environments) to reduce the risk of low speed vehicle run-overs of young children.  This package will be framed within the workplace health and safety regulatory environment and the employer and employee obligation for the safe operation of work associated vehicles. 

Funding for this research has been provided by the Queensland Injury Prevention Council (Queensland Health).

 

Contact: Jeremy Davey Linked to another web site, Bevan Rowland Linked to another web site or James Freeman Linked to another web site

 

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