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MUARC researchers have contributed to a landmark road safety event aimed at curbing fatalities in Victoria. The Victoria Police: Driving Road Safety forum saw over 150 police from across Victoria joined by keynote speakers and leading experts.
MUARC researchers will form part of next week's Australasian Road Safety Conference in Cairns.
MUARC research has taken a step towards gaining an understanding of the factors contributing to workplace violence. The research applies a systems perspective to map factors that exist across the entire workplace system, ranging from the
In-depth crash investigation data has been used to identify how specific safety countermeasures can prevent serious injuries on the roads.
New research has highlighted the need for a better understanding of self-harm among people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in Victoria. Self-harm rates were compared between Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) groups
Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) reduce non-night-time multi-vehicle crash involvement by 8.8%, new MUARC research has found.
The number of crashes involving young drivers will substantially reduce when the fitment of driver-assist technologies is maximised in Australia, a MUARC report has found.
MUARC has found significant potential to reduce trauma incidents through Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) and Forward Collision Warnings (FCW) in light vehicles.