A recent spate of in-flight emergency events has prompted the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) to issue a warning to passengers travelling over the holiday season.
Assessing Fitness to Drive, a joint publication of Austroads and the National Transport Commission (NTC), details the medical standards for driver licensing for use by health professionals and driver licensing authorities, but should be on the list of things to read for fleet managers.
Learning how data can be used to zero in on safety concerns about driver behaviour and to develop models for running a safer workplace vehicle fleet will be significantly easier from now on, thanks to an online course being launched at FleetRisk.com.au.
Australian companies that take part in National Safe Work Month this October could receive a reward worth $5000 from Safe Work Australia (SWA) for their troubles.
A new range of virtual seminars from Safe Work Australia (SWA) will make it possible to ensure you are up to date on all things safety, even when you're out in the field. Due for release in October, the series will be available to watch at any time, anywhere on your mobile device.
Safe Work Australia has released three new reports that investigate the likelihood of workers' potential exposure to 38 known or suspected carcinogens found in Australian workplaces, including UV radiation, environmental tobacco smoke, diesel engine exhaust and wood dust.
Toyota Motor Corporation and Toyotal Financial Services have established a US joint venture company with Japan-based Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance. The company will develop products that analyse driver behaviour for the purpose of establishing car insurance rates.
As voice-guided driving becomes more commonplace, a new study shows that adding a personal voice to vehicles can actually cause more accidents.
The Wingmate range of breathalysers from Andatech is aimed at users wanting reliability and accuracy on a lower budget.
An 11% spike in the Australian road toll over the last 12 months is behind a call for the nation's motorists to 'Stop Driving Blind'. In the last year alone, 1200 Australians have lost their lives and 30,000 were seriously injured on our roads, with in-car distraction being identified as a leading cause of crashes.
Is a speed limit set in stone, or is there a tolerance? According to a recent article published by the NRMA, drivers on NSW roads commonly hold a belief that police will turn a blind eye to infringements whereby motorists are caught doing less than 10 km/h above the speed limit. The association gets to the bottom of the issue.
The Gen 6 heated M12 workwear line from Milwaukee includes the 3-in-1 Ripstop Jacket and Ripstop vest, a redesigned women's heated jacket and improved run-time across the range.
The React Sidekick personal panic button enables wearers to reach a wide network in the event of an emergency.
The parameters around workplace safety may seem cut and dried, but a recent ruling may challenge what constitutes a 'workplace', according to an article published by the Health and Safety Bulletin.
The National Road Safety Partnership Program (NRSPP) is hosting a webinar on Friday 31 March on low-level speeding and the impact on safety. While policing of low-level speeding is widely disputed within the community and often seen as a revenue-raising exercise, evidence increasingly suggests that enforcing speed limits delivers greater overall road safety.