Innovative, high impact research into the causes and prevention of accidents
Centre for Human Factors and Sociotechnical Systems
Research centre at USC where research focuses on the development of a leading capability in human factors and accident and safety-related research.
Adolescent Risk Research Unit
The Adolescent Risk Research Unit focuses on improving adolescent safety, particularly on the road.
USC Road Safety Research Collaboration
USC Road Safety Research Collaboration was established as a strategic collaboration between the Queensland Government, the Motor Accident Insurance Commission and USC.
The Centre for Human Factors and Sociotechnical Systems (CHFSS) examines the interaction between people, technology and the environment and what can and does go wrong. The Centre brings together experts from various disciplines to conduct collaborative research on issues impacting safety and productivity.
The award-winning Adolescent Risk Research Unit aims to understand the nature of adolescent risk taking – particularly in the area of young novice driver road safety – by examining social influence, mental health and other contributing factors.