Applying systems thinking to the fatal five

Researchers from our Transport and Infrastructure theme recently completed a four-year Australian Research Council funded program of research involving the application of systems Human Factors and Ergonomics (HFE) methods to understand and prevent the fatal five driver behaviours.

The aim of the research was to use HFE methods in an integrated manner to develop new knowledge on the factors which create the fatal five behaviours and to develop and test a series of novel interventions. A summary of the main findings of the research can be found at the link below:

Summary of fatal five research program findings

For further details or for access to any of the peer-reviewed publications derived from this research please contact Professor Paul Salmon.


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