Driving Health Follow-up Survey

Client: Monash University

This survey is a follow-up to the online survey conducted by Monash University in September to October 2019. Participants contacted for the follow-up survey gave permission for the Social Research Centre to contact them at the end of the first online survey.

The follow-up survey will ask some questions on health and well-being to help better understand and improve the health of the workforce.

This survey is being conducted between October and November 2019. Calls to complete the survey will come from 03 8580 2120.

Participation in this study is voluntary, confidential and used for research purposes only. The ethics approval project number is 19191.

The survey is part of Driving Health, a wider research project conducted on behalf of Monash University in collaboration with the Transport Workers Union, Linfox and the Centre for Work Health and Safety.

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This follow-up survey is being conducted to help better understand the work, health, and lifestyle of the workforce. The aim of the Driving Health project is to work towards improving the health of the driving industry.

The Social Research Centre will be calling respondents who have consented to participate in October to November 2019. Interviewers are available during the day and in the evening to conduct surveys at a time that is convenient for you. You can call 1800 023 040 to arrange a time.

Participating in the survey is voluntary. However, your cooperation is important in order to get an accurate understanding of the health of the workforce.

Any information you provide will be completely confidential. Responses are used for research purposes only and are treated in strict confidence. All information provided is protected by strict Commonwealth and State privacy laws.

If you have any questions about your participation in the survey or would like to make a time for an interviewer to call you, please call The Social Research Centre on 1800 023 040 (a free call).