Dr Bevan Rowland
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
Bevan has completed a Bachelor of Further Education and Training at USQ and a Master of Health Science (Occupational Health and Safety) at QUT. He is a certified Workplace Health and Safety Officer and Workplace Rehabilitation Co-ordinator.
He has been employed in industry as a Workplace Health and Safety Officer and Workplace Rehabilitation Co-ordinator, and worked internationally in Papua New Guinea as Training Manager and Manager for Service Operations for the PNG branch of an international company.
Bevan is currently employed at CARRS-Q as a Senior Research Assistant in fleet safety.
- Best fit work-related road safety interventions: Designing, developing and implementing an intervention meeting both safety and industry requirements
The purpose of this research is to identify which driver attitudes and behaviours have an impact on driver safety risk and work-related road safety for industry. As a result, the research will also determine what barriers to the implementation of safety-based interventions exist within industry. Data obtained from the research will inform the development of an intervention targeting work-related driver safety, while meeting the requirements of industry (e.g. practicality, resources, time restraints, etc) and academic rigor.
Psychology, Public Health and Health Services
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- Master of Health Science (Queensland University of Technology)