At NTI, we're committed to creating safer roads - not only for transport operators but for all road users. That's why we established the National Truck Accident Research Centre (NTARC).
The National Truck Accident Research Centre is an independent research facility wholly funded by NTI Ltd. It's our belief that effective research is crucial for gaining greater insights into serious heavy vehicle crashes. This will allow us to help make sustainable improvements to road safety in Australia.
The NTARC has seen NTI publish several accident research papers and forge relationships with various transport industry bodies to improve road safety. In fact, some of our staff have even been involved in establishing new associations and programs to improve safety!
NTI MAJOR ACCIDENT REPORT RETROSPECTIVE REVEALS IMPROVEMENTS
A review of almost two decades of data since NTI commenced its landmark Major Accident Report back in 2005 reveals significant improvements in the trucking industry’s safety performance, but challenges remain.
What are the NTARC objectives?
- To identify areas and instigate actions that will reduce fatalities in the trucking industry
- To identify areas and instigate actions to improve the overall risk of the truck industry as measured by the overall cost of claims
- To influence governments, regulators, industry, safety bodies, and suppliers to play an active role in the improvement of the trucking industry
- To communicate to the industry, the general public, and other road users the performance of the trucking industry.