As part of the NZTA’s commitment to the government’s Safer Journeys Strategy, we provide a range of crash analysis reports. These reports provide information at a variety of levels (national, regional and territorial authority) and across a number of key road safety themes.
Getting it Together is published by Western Australian agency SDERA. It outlines the whole-school approach to road safety education, covering curriculum, organisation and community. This model was adopted for New Zealand.
The Guidelines for assessing Road Safety Education for young people provide New Zealand schools with useful questions to assess Road Safety Education initiatives and programmes being offered to their school and community. Links to presentations and further research included.
Driving and fatigue are a dangerous mix. This infographic demonstrates the consequences of fatigue, how it can affect you, early warning signs to look out for, common myths to combat fatigue, and provides basic steps that can be taken to ensure fatigue is managed effectively before you drive.
The Difference Between Life and Death – a 20 minute film The safe system approach recognises that people make mistakes and are vulnerable in a crash. It reduces the price paid for a mistake so crashes don't result in loss of life or limb. Mistakes are inevitable - deaths and serious injuries from road crashes are not. Learn more about NZ’s safe system approach by watching this short video. www.saferjourneys.govt.nz