Publications Routes/Roads Risk management
This page lists Routes/Roads articles of PIARC in the field of risk management. These publications are classified chronologically.
Improving Road Safety and Heavy Vehicle Operation on the South Eastern Freeway through engagement with industry stakeholders and the community
This paper discusses how engaging differently with industry stakeholders and the broader community in the development, prioritisation, scoping and implementation of a suite of road safety initiates ranging from driver education and training, heavy vehicle maintenance and operation and road safety infrastructure in order to answer more effectively and transparently to industry and public concern.
A new beginning in organizational risk management
This article describes how the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) in South Australia has settled a framework which provides the foundations to assist the department to embed risk management into the organisation's culture, practices and decision making processes.
The Queensland Experience of the Summer of 2013 - Toward a culture of resilience
This article describes the established and well-practiced disaster response and recovery process that Queensland's Department of Transport and Main Roads (DTMR) has completed after major flood events in 2010, 2011 and 2012.
Adelaide's North-South Corridor Project Development through Risk Management Decison Making
This article describes the SA TSMF which supports and guides decision-making in transport system planning and development, in pursuit of SA's goals, high-level transport system objectives, and the governments' priorities. It has a whole-of-system focus, with a multi-modal perspective that considers both infrastructure and non-infrastructure options as solutions to the state's various transport-related challenges.
Civil protection planning and actions for managing hazards due to snowfall and frost
This article describes the planning and actions of the different parties involved in emergency situations in order to ensure a better coordination and response to emergency.
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