Delivery Riders

Delivery riders (i.e. bicycle/scooter riders) are individuals who are currently working as a delivery rider, reside in Victoria, Australia and deliver perishables and/or consumables via any gig economy platform (for example, Menulog, Uber Eats or Amazon).

Delivery riders are invited to participate in a 4-hour workshop with up to ten (10) other delivery riders. During the workshop you will be asked to provide your perceptions on the factors that influence on-demand gig economy delivery rider behavior and safety.

We would like to enable equal participation of male riders, female riders, and riders who identify as non-binary when commenting on the factors relating to incident causation. Therefore, we will be holding two workshops, one for male delivery riders, and one for females and non-binary delivery riders.

Workshop Details:

Male Delivery RidersFemales and Non-Binary Delivery Riders
Date: Monday 11 October, 2021
Time: 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: Melbourne CBD/online
Date: Monday 11 October, 2021
Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: Melbourne CBD/online

* The research team aim to hold workshops in-person. However, if Government restrictions relating to COVID-19 are in place, workshops will be conducted via an online meeting platform (e.g. Zoom or Microsoft Teams).

Please click here to view the Research Project Information sheet for detailed information about participation.

Do not hesitate to contact the research team if you have any questions about the study.

Research Team

Dr Bhawana K C

bkc@usc.edu.au