2023 – Safe Travel For All

Nau mai, Haere mai ki Ōtautahi

The first hybrid Australasian Road Safety Conference, and the first to be held outside of Australia, 2022 resulted in the highest delegate numbers that have ever been seen at ARSC.

The conference gave over 700 delegates the opportunity to connect both in-person and online, with three pre-conference events, five concurrent streams, numerous field trips and social dinners, and daily networking activities. The quality of ARSC presentations increase every year and 2022 was no exception. View photos from the conference on Flickr.

ARSC 2022 CHRISTCHURCH, NZ + ONLINE 28-30 SEPTEMBER 2022 CHANGING TODAY FOR TOMORROW

ARSC 2022 Welcome Video

2022 Keynote Speakers

Andrew Coster

Prof. Simon Kingham

Prof. Susan Krumdieck

Kelly Larson

Prof. Claes Tingvall

Dulcie Tauri

2022 Plenary Speakers

Anna Bray Sharpin

Dr Rod Carr

Cr. Mike Davidson

Rāhera Elisaia-Hopa

Prof. Narelle Haworth

Fabian Marsh

Martin Matthews

Beth Robrahn

Nicole Rosie

Michael Nieuwesteeg

Bryan Sherritt

Prof. Juanita Sherwood

Prof. Mark Stevenson

Hon. Michael Wood

Tara McCarthy

Australasian College of Road Safety Awards

The ACRS Fellowship Award was presented to Dr Judy Fleiter.

The 3M-ACRS Diamond Road Safety Award was presented to Trisign Remote Access Multi Message signage, developed by Safetek Solutions with team leader Adam Gardiner.

The ACRS Young Leaders Oration Award was presented to Dr Jamie Mackenzie.

The ACRS Women in Road Safety Award was presented to Dr Liz de Rome.

ARSC 2022 Conference Prizes

The Conference Prizes were presented to:

Best Extended Abstract/Paper by a New Practitioner
An Evidence-Based Approach to Reduce Speed in School Zones: Vietnam
By Jimmy Tang, Le Nguyen, Hong Bui, Quy Linh Nguyen, Mirjam Sidik
AIP Foundation
The winner of this award had also been a recipient of an LMIC scholarship.

Best Extended Abstract/Paper by a New Researcher 
Examining Euro NCAP distraction behaviours in a naturalistic driving dataset
By Megan Mulhall, Kyle Wilson, Shiyan Yang, Jonny Kuo, Tracey Sletten, Clare Anderson, Mark Howard, Shantha Rajaratnam, Michelle Magee, Allison Collins, and Mike Lenné
•    Seeing Machines Ltd
•    Cooperative Research Centre for Alertness, Safety and Productivity
•    School of Psychological Sciences and Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health, Monash University
•    Institute for Breathing and Sleep, Austin Health

Best Extended Abstract/Paper with Implication for Improving Workplace Road Safety Award sponsored by NRSPP Presented by Prof. Judith Charlton
Health in Gear: Improving Health and Wellbeing for Truckies
by Emily Brown, Frank Arsego and Lesa O’Leary
OzHelp Foundation

Special mention: Acknowledgement for the paper “Collaborating for success – the Load Restraint Education Project”
Melanie Suitor from the Parkes, Forbes and Lachlan Shire Councils.

Best Monash Designed Poster
The title of the best poster designed by students in the Design Department at Monash University was
Slower speeds for healthy, liveable and inclusive neighbourhoods

 

Policing Practitioner Award sponsored by Alcolizer 
A new level of intelligence to optimise enforcement
by Sarah Monoury, Kellie Templar, Ryan Irwin
Road Policing Command Victoria Police

Road Safety Practitioners Award
CREP Ease of Use Rating: Field Study Comparing Real-World Misuse 
Bianca Albanese, Tom Whyte, Lynne Bilstona, Sjaan Koppel, Judith L. Charlton, Jake Oliviere, Lisa Keay, Julie Brown
•    Neuroscience Research Australia
•    George Institute for Global Health
•    Monash University Accident Research Centre
•    Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales
•    School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of New South Wales
•    School of Optometry and Vision Science, University of New South Wales

Peter Vulcan Award for Best Research Paper
Normative influences on illegal smartphone use among young drivers
Cassandra Gauld, Andrew Bartlett, and Caitlin Reeves
•    The University of Newcastle

People’s Choice: Presentation that best met the conference theme
A Real-World Examination of Targeted and Randomised Roadside Drug Testing
Levi Anderson, Steven Love, James Freeman & Jeremy Davey
Road Safety Research Collaboration, University of the Sunshine Coast

People’s Choice: Best poster overall, presented by Prof. David Logan,  Sponsored by Monash University
A holistic approach to improving our tamariki travel to school
Ashley Beaton & Georgia Greene
Christchurch City Council

Organising committee

A/Prof Mark King (Chair)

Dr Natalie Watson-Brown (Deputy Chair)

Mr Levi Anderson

Ms Janelle Andrews

A/Prof Lyndel Bates

Ms Jenny Branch-Allan

Dr Judy Fleiter

Ms Emma Jensson (ACRS)

Dr Ingrid Johnston (ACRS)

Mr Simon Kirkpatrick

Mr Darren Mulholland

Mr Michael Nieuwesteeg

Prof Andry Rakotonirainy

Ms Susan Teerds

Dr Shamsunnahar Yasmin

Scientific sub-committee

A/Prof Lyndel Bates (Chair)

Dr Verity Truelove (Deputy Chair)

Dr Vanessa Cattermole-Terzic

Prof Raphael Grzebieta

Prof Narelle Haworth

Mr Craig Hoey

Dr Marilyn Johnson

Ms Emma Jensson (ACRS)

Dr Ingrid Johnston (ACRS)

Dr Sherrie-Anne Kaye

A/Prof Gregoire Larue

Dr Mario Mongiardini

Dr Prasannah Prabhakharan

Dr Amir Sobhani

Dr Kayla Stefanidis

Ms Susan Teerds

Mr Joel Tucker

Dr Shane Turner

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