Go-kart-related injuries and fatalities in Australia: International Journal of Crashworthiness: Vol 18, No 4

Go-kart-related injuries and fatalities in Australia

Go-kart-related injuries and fatalities have been investigated in several international studies over the past two decades, yet few have focussed on their crashworthiness. Go-karts are a unique racing and recreational vehicle that require careful consideration in terms of crashworthiness issues.

Go-kart-related injuries and fatalities in Australia

Go-kart-related injuries and fatalities have been investigated in several international studies over the past two decades, yet few have focussed on their crashworthiness.

SafetyLit: Go-kart-related injuries and fatalities in

Furthermore, no studies have been reported investigating Australian go-kart-related injuries and fatalities. To address this gap, the pattern of hospitalised morbidity and death associated with go-kart-related injuries in Australia were analysed.

Published in: International Journal of Crashworthiness · 2013Authors: Raphael H Grzebieta · Rebecca J Mitchell · R Zou · George RechnitzerAffiliation: University of New South Wales · Monash UniversityAbout: Human factors and ergonomics · Injury prevention · Suicide prevention · Crashworthi…

Go-kart-related injuries and fatalities in Australia – TRID

Go-kart-related injuries and fatalities in Australia. Go-kart-related injuries and fatalities have been investigated in several international studies over the past two decades, yet few have focussed on their crashworthiness. Go-karts are a unique racing and recreational vehicle that require careful consideration in terms of crashworthiness issues.

Published in: International Journal of Crashworthiness · 2013Authors: Raphael H Grzebieta · Rebecca J Mitchell · R Zou · George RechnitzerAffiliation: University of New South Wales · Monash UniversityAbout: Human factors and ergonomics · Injury prevention · Suicide prevention · Crashworthi…

Go-kart-related injuries and fatalities in Australia

Go-kart-related injuries and fatalities in Australia, International Journal of Crashworthiness Article in International Journal of Crashworthiness 18(4):397 · January 2013 with 39 Reads

Publications – Accident Investigation & Forensic

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Reconstruction of a go-karting fatality | International

Rebecca Mitchell is a Senior Research Fellow at TARS, UNSW, and at the Falls and Injury Prevention Group at Neuroscience Research Australia. She is a psychologist and injury epidemiologist and has extensive experience in analysing large injury-related data collections (such as hospital admissions, emergency department presentations, trauma and mortality data) and linked data collections to …

Towards a harmonised approach to reducing quad‐related

Objective: This study compares the patterns of quad-related fatal injuries between Australia and New Zealand (NZ). Method: Fatal injuries from July 2007 to June 2012 involving a quad (quad bike or all-terrain vehicle) were identified from coronial files. Data described the socio-demographic, injury, vehicle and environment factors associated with incidents.

Road safety in less-motorized environments: future

Deaths from road traffic injuries were also among the 15 leading causes of death for those aged 0–4 years (13.7 deaths per 100 000) and those aged 45–59 years (22.8 deaths per 100 000). The global burden of disease due to road traffic injuries is expected …