Health & Safety – EROAD CaRA
Serious collision or rollover incident is a collision force of greater than 4G or a rollover greater than 60 degrees from the horizontal, both incidents occurring either separately or at the same time.
Why use EROAD CaRA?
Under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 organisations have responsibilities for managing work-related risks that could cause serious injury or even death. Investing in the CaRA solution can help an employer meet relevant legislative requirements under the Act.
Important information about the EROAD CaRA Solution
- The EROAD CaRA Solution does not replace the need for you to ensure emergency services have been contacted directly in the event of a serious collision or rollover incident. It must not be relied on as a life saving device.
- The EROAD CaRA Solution may be unavailable at times due to maintenance, modifications, faults or outages of EROAD services or hardware. The CaRA solution also depends on availability and proper performance of third-party services, systems and networks, such as mobile networks and email services, which are beyond the control of EROAD.
For example, the EROAD CaRA Solution will not send an alert if:
- the cellular network is unavailable, whether due to a network outage or lack of coverage.
Network coverage maps can be accessed here: Vodafone | Spark
- MyEROAD is unavailable due to a scheduled or unscheduled outage;
- the collision force is less than 4G or the rollover is less than 60 degrees from the horizontal;
- you have been advised previously of a heartbeat signal issue through MyEROAD.