From the race track to our day to day drives, how F1 has made driving safer for all of us!

On Sunday 26th March the 2017 F1 season opened up in Melbourne, Formula 1 is one of my go to sports, and considering I have made a career from looking to manage risk It may seem strange to some. However, there are a number of F1 Safety measures that have made their way in to our day to day drives, making our road cars early adopters of the technology that has saved a number of race drivers over the last 20 years or so. If you’re a motor sport fan (in general) and of a certain age the names that automatically spring to mind when you put safety improvements & F1 in the same sentence are Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger. Both Senna and Ratzenberger we killed driving F1 cars at the San Marin

Incident at Barangaroo pushes workplace fatalities ever closer to 30 for year to date in Australia.

Yesterday’s reported workplace fatality at the Barangaroo wharf brings the total of Australian workers that have lost their lives at work to 29 for this year. Whilst the investigation is ongoing, and without knowing the full facts around the incident, it would be inappropriate to speculate on the cause, however speculation around the incident is widely reports in the local and national press This most recent event, has shown a significant increase in work place fatalities this year in comparison to the same period to date in 2016. (information taken from Safe Work Australia) The information which is accessible via Safe Work Australia, shows that there were 178 workplace fatalities in Austral

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