A train crash that killed a truck driver will be investigated by workplace health and safety regulators.
The 30-year-old driver was towing a low loader trailer when his truck became stuck on a level crossing near Geelong on Monday afternoon.
About 25 passengers onboard the V/Line train were evacuated but none were injured.
WorkSafe confirmed on Tuesday it would investigate the incident.
The man's death was the 61st workplace fatality so far this year.
At the same time last year, there were 71 work-related deaths recorded across the state.
V/Line has provided the train driver and other workers with support following the crash.
The Victorian government has removed 74 level crossings in recent years.