Grant-Funded Researcher (B)
Centre for Automotive Safety Research
Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Dr Trevor Bailey is a Research Fellow at CASR, having retired after 18 years with the South Australian Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure where he was a Principal Policy Officer providing policy advice on a broad range of road safety matters to Government Ministers and Executives. In his time at CASR, Trevor has completed literature reviews involving international comparisons with Australian jurisdictions with respect to alcohol ignition interlock policy and usage, reductions in driver licensing rates among younger adults, and the crossover linkages between road safety and occupational health and safety for SafeWork SA. He has also been involved in projects related to motorcyclist safety, penalties for mobile phone use while driving and emergency services’ response arrangements following crashes.
Date Position Institution name 2011 - ongoing Research Fellow Centre for Automotive Safety Research 1993 - 2011 Senior Policy Officer Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
Date Institution name Country Title 2007 Macquarie University Australia Graduate Cerificate in Public Sector Management 2004 Flinders University Australia Doctor of Education
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