Ms Lori Mooren
BA in Sociology and Government (EWU), MSocSc
Senior Research Fellow, UNSW Injury Risk
Management Research Centre
Building G2, Western Campus Drive, The University of NSW, Sydney NSW 2052
She holds a Masters degree in Social Science from Dalhousie University, Canada, and a Bachelors degree in Sociology and Government from Eastern Washington University, USA.
Lori has been working in road safety for more than 20 years. She worked as a senior road safety policy and program manager for the RTA, NSW from 1989 until 2000,
ultimately filling the role of General Manager, Road Safety.
Lori was the Project Manager for the production of a Global Good Practice Manual on Speed Management, co-logoed by the World Health Organisation, World Bank, FIA Foundation and Global Road Safety Partnership.
She is the Chair of the Fleet Safety Project Group of the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration (UNRSC), Member, Road Traffic Injury Researchers Network (RTIRN)
and is Secretary of the Sydney Chapter of the Australasian College of Road Safety (ACRS).
Since joining the Injury Risk Management Research Centre, she has established a research program that aims to develop and test safety management systems and interventions to improve work related road safety, particularly in heavy vehicle transport operations.
Her thesis work will be the first phase of a study entitled, “Safety Management System for Heavy Vehicle Transport”, a collaborative project funded by an ARC linkage grant, with
industry partners including the Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW, Motor Accidents Authority, Zurich Financial Services, Transport Certification Australia and the National