Module 2 Safe System objectives for a road transport system
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Module 2: Safe System objectives for a road transport system provides students with an introduction into the Safe System as applied to the road transport industry. Topics will address the adoption and objectives of the Safe System and the physical concepts of harm through energy transfer and the need for energy management in the road transportation system.
Module 2 is aimed towards students with prior learning experience in basic engineering subjects and who have an interest in developing knowledge about road transport engineering.
This module has been designed to be delivered in six parts. All lecture, tutorial and case study content is available for you below to download and use.
Part 1: Why does harm occur?
Part 2: The ethical and moral imperative for change
Part 3: What is a Safe System?
Part 4: Introduction of the Safe System in Australia and New Zealand
Part 5: How are things different under a Safe System?
Part 6: Design that supports harm elimination
Download SS4U Module 2 Project (PDF, 0.19MB)
The tutorials have been developed to allow students to demonstrate the knowledge that they have gained through each module.
Four tutorials are available for Module 2.
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