Dr Tamara Street
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
BiographyTamara joined CARRS-Q in 2002 after achieving her Bachelor of Psychology (First Class Honours) and Masters of Organisational Psychology. She is a registered Psychologist and a certified Workplace Health and Safety Officer. With her expertise in the areas of change management, motivation, training and performance management, she has worked as a consultant for both private business and public sector clients. Tamara is currently completing a PhD and managing a project in the area of fleet safety.
Organisational models applied to fleet safety
In recent years demand for fleet safety information has grown as government and industry have become increasingly aware of workplace health and safety issues and the impact of fleet safety on business effectiveness. To achieve cost effective road safety interventions, it is crucial to understand which types of organisational structures and management approaches are associated with effective fleet safety practices/policies and low road incident frequencies/costs. This project will assess trends in relation to organisational structures and management approaches and fleet safety outcomes. Based on the findings of this study, several predictions could be drawn regarding the potential cost-benefits of safety interventions as a function of organisational structures and management approaches. This project will make a substantial contribution to the Australian literature in the area of fleet safety research.
Public Health and Health Services, Transportation and Freight Services
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
Doctor of Philosophy (Queensland University of Technology)