Improving the identification of fatigue-related crashes in the Australian Capital Territory

Armstrong, Kerry, Haworth, Narelle, Watling, Christopher N., & Trenorden, Janelle (2011) Improving the identification of fatigue-related crashes in the Australian Capital Territory. NRMA-ACT Road Safety Trust.

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Abstract

It has been well established nationally and internationally that fatigue-related driving is an important contributory factor in fatal and serious injury crashes. The purpose of this report was to survey a large, representative sample of residents living in both the NSW and ACT to ask about their experience of fatigue and their involvement in fatigue-related crashes and incidents. This will provide valuable data about the number and characteristics of fatigue-related crashes and incidents of ACT residents. Specifically this study assessed the prevalence of incidents of fatigue-related driving for residents of NSW and the ACT, the characteristics surrounding the incident, if the report would fit within the NSW, QLD, or ATSB proxy definition or if it would fall outside of the proxy definition...

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ID Code: 83239
Item Type: Report
Refereed: No
Additional Information: Report to the NRMA-ACT Road Safety Trust, Canberra.
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Deposited On: 15 Apr 2015 23:20
Last Modified: 21 Apr 2015 05:53

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