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Research and Design for Human Use

20th of February

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia Transport Special Interest Group and Public Transport Victoria Human Factors Team invite you to a morning of talks on application of Human Factors methods and research to inform and optimise the user centred design of public transport systems.

At this event you will hear from researchers from across Australia who are working on tackling current and future issues faced by modern transport systems. This session focuses on aspects of public interaction with the public transport network.

Speaker Program Creating accessible bus journeys for mobility aid users – Prof. Carolyn Unsworth, Central Queensland University Caution. Wet Floor. Does it explain slips, trips and falls on trains and at railway stations? – Dr Gregoire Larue, Queensland University of Technology Normal performance: A new perspective for improving level crossing safety using observations of user behaviour – Dr Gemma Read, University of the Sunshine Coast Practical and operational challenges for tackling rail trespass and suicide in Australia – A/Prof. Anjum Naweed, Central Queensland University  
Feb 20th

Research and Design for Human Use

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The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia Transport Special Interest Group and Public Transport Victoria Human Factors Team invite you to a morning of talks on application of Human Factors methods and research to inform and optimise the user centred design of public transport systems.

At this event you will hear from researchers from across Australia who are working on tackling current and future issues faced by modern transport systems. This session focuses on aspects of public interaction with the public transport network.

Speaker Program Creating accessible bus journeys for mobility aid users – Prof. Carolyn Unsworth, Central Queensland University Caution. Wet Floor. Does it explain slips, trips and falls on trains and at railway stations? – Dr Gregoire Larue, Queensland University of Technology Normal performance: A new perspective for improving level crossing safety using observations of user behaviour – Dr Gemma Read, University of the Sunshine Coast Practical and operational challenges for tackling rail trespass and suicide in Australia – A/Prof. Anjum Naweed, Central Queensland University