Services

 

With experience gained through extensive research and engagement activities with government and industry organisations, international agencies, community and not-for-profit groups, and universities, CARRS-Q offers a range of services to assist you in achieving optimum results. Our staff have expertise in the disciplines of psychology, engineering, behavioural science, computer science, management and education.

Senior CARRS-Q staff are involved in and provide expert opinion to a number of international committees:

Editorial Committees
  • Editorial Board of Transportation Research Part F:  Traffic Psychology and Behaviour
  • Editorial Board & Editorial Advisory Committee of Accident Analysis & Prevention
  • Editorial Board of Rail CRC in the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part F: Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit
  • Editorial Board of Journal of Navigation and Journal of Engineering Technology
  • Editorial Board of ASCE – Journal of Transportation Engineering
  • Editorial Committee of Journal of Construction Management and Economics
  • Editorial Committee of Safety Science
Road Safety
  • EU Cost Action TU1101:  Towards Safer Bicycling through Optimization of Bicycle Helmets and Usage Working Group
  • International Harmonisation Research Activities Working Group
Injury Prevention
  • OECD Global Injury Data Portal (Australian advisor on the Expert Advisory Committee)
  • OECD Consumer Product Safety Work Group Risk Assessment Workshop Planning
  • International Collaborative Effort on Injury Statistics, Executive Steering Group
  • International Traffic Medicine Association
Alcohol & Drugs
  • International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety (ICADTS) Working Groups pertaining to alcohol interlocks, unlicensed driving, and guidelines for reducing alcohol and drug-impaired driving
  • International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety (ICADTS) LMIC Subcommittee
  • International Advisor on Drink Driving Rehabilitation in Thailand
  • International Advisor on the New Zealand Government’s review of drug driving
  • US National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Drug Abuse Community Epidemiology Working Group
  • DRUID (Driving under the Influence of Drugs, Alcohol and Medicines) Integrated Project – involving 36 institutes from 18 European countries.
ITS
  • Holistic Human Factors and System Design of Adaptive Cooperative Human-Machine Systems (HoliDes)
US Transportation Research Board of the National Academies’ Committees
  • Operator Education and Regulation
  • Alcohol, Other Drugs and Transportation
  • Work Zone Traffic Control
  • Motorcycles and Mopeds
  • Statistical Methods
  • TRB Committees and Subcommittees pertaining to alcohol, drugs and traffic safety; roadside safety design; taskforce on roundabouts; improvement of the procedures for the safety-performance evaluation of roadside features; intermodal freight transport; and motorcycle and moped safety.