Announcing the new Ambulance Visibility Reference Library


Ambulance Visibility Reference Library Logo_www.ambulancevisibility.com_John Killeen

The Ambulance Visibility Reference Library logo

It has always been exceptionally difficult to find accurate research without spending hours searching the internet.


The new Ambulance Visibility Reference Library brings visibility and conspicuity research documents and information together in the one place for the first time. The AV Reference Library provides links to a multitude of relevant documents and reports, including a large number of studies and articles that have not been previously available on the internet.  The important research work of David Green, an Australian engineer who was at the forefront of visibility and conspicuity research for emergency vehicles between 1970 and 1990 appears on the internet for the first time.

David Green’s research papers provided guidance to State and Territory emergency service organisations across Australia for many years with his studies and articles remaining an important cornerstone of vehicle conspicuity practise to the present day. You can read copies of his work CLICK HERE.

Documents and studies are catalogued in broad categories by subject and this makes the library resource very easy to use. New documents will continue to be added to the library over the next few weeks. Try the AV Reference Library for yourself – CLICK HERE


About John Killeen (Ambulance Visibility)

John Killeen is a former Intensive Care Paramedic who authors the Ambulance Visibility research website & blog
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