Contemporary behavioural influences in an organisational setting and implications for intervention development
Rowland, Bevan D., Davey, Jeremy D., Freeman, James E., & Wishart, Darren E. (2010) Contemporary behavioural influences in an organisational setting and implications for intervention development. In Dorn, Lisa, Matthews, Gerald, & Glendon, Ian (Eds.) Driver Behaviour and Training. Ashgate, pp. 213-228.
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Professional drivers and safety Within the industrialised world, work-related crashes are the most common cause of work-related death, injury and reduced productivity (Charbotel et al., 2001; Toscano and Windau, 1994). Likewise in Australia, road crashes are the most common cause of work-related fatalities, injuries and absence from work (Haworth et al., 2000), with the average time lost being greater than any other workplace claim (Stewart-Bogle, 1999). There are obvious costs related to work crashes such as vehicle and property repair costs. There are also many hidden expenses including third party costs, workers compensation, medical costs, rehabilitation, customer-related costs, increased insurance premiums, administrative costs, legal fees and loss of productivity (Collingwood, 1997; Haworth et al, 2000).
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