Understand SAE International automation levels and key terms related to vehicle automation
Describe potential scenarios for use of automated trucks, buses and other fleet vehicles
Recognize how you can use the guidance in the technical report to effectively manage current vehicles with advanced safety features, and plan for management changes so your organization can adapt as more highly automated vehicles become available)
Stephanie Pratt, Ph.D., directs the Center for Motor Vehicle Safety in the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). In her 26 years at NIOSH, she has authored numerous publications and given nearly 100 presentations at professional and industry conferences. Pratt represents NIOSH on the ANSI/ASSP Z15.1 Accredited Standards Committee for fleet safety management and is a member of the Z15.3 subcommittee on automated vehicles. Her research interests include motor vehicle safety management, analysis of crash data, driver fatigue and automated vehicles. She holds a doctorate in political science and public policy from West Virginia University.
Kelly Nantel is a globally recognized strategist and communications thought leader with more than 30 years of experience in executive communications, policymaking and crisis planning and response. Named Vice President of Communications & Advocacy at the National Safety Council in 2015, Ms. Nantel works to improve safety in the nation’s workplaces and homes and on the road.
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ASSP TR-Z15.3-2019 Technical Report: Management Practices for the Safe Operation of Partially and Fully Automated Motor Vehicles
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