Membership

 

Current ACRS membership consists of organisations and individuals with expertise, experience and/or interest across a wide variety of road safety sectors and includes the following:

 

The benefits of ACRS membership include:

  1. Being part of a progressive organisation encouraging communication, networking, professionalism and advocacy across all levels of road safety –  policy makers, academics, community organisations, researchers, federal, state and local government agencies, private companies and members of the public;
  2. Member discounts to national and international road safety conferences & events, such as this year’s 2016 Australasian Road Safety Conference – view The ARSC2016 Post-Conference Wrap-Up and ARSC2016 Photo Gallery here.  The organisation of ARSC2017 to be held in Perth next Spring, is well underway, and we anticipate 500 attendees.  ACRS membership provides you with a significantly discounted registration fee;

    | ARSC2017
    |  Perth, Western Australia
    |  Tues 10 – Thurs 12 October 2017
    | Perth Crown Resort

     

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    For ARSC2017, registration pricing is as follows:

    *  Early Bird Registration Fee (Available Until 30 June 2017 ) – $1,320
    *  ACRS Corporate Members Standard Registration Fee – $1,100
    *  ACRS Personal Members Standard Registration Fee – $1,210
    *  Standard Registration Fee (From 1 July 2017)  – $1,485
    *  Student** Early Bird Registration Fee (Available Until 30 June 2017) – $825
    *  Student** Standard Registration Fee (from 1 July 2017) – $935

  3. Weekly e-newsletters (the ACRS Weekly Alert) summarising road safety issues of national and international importance.  An example of last week’s Weekly Alert No.232 can be viewd here;
  4. A quarterly ACRS Journal containing peer-reviewed research and latest news in the road safety sphere;
  5. International recognition of road safety excellence via prestigious Fellowships & Awards;
  6. Access to state and regional Chapters, including the ability to contribute to road safety goals via Committee representation at the Chapter, national and/or international level;
  7. Networking with road safety professionals from all sectors of the field;
  8. Professional Development.

Please don’t hesitate to contact Christine Bethwaite at ACRS Head Office on faa@acrs.org.au or (02) 6209 2509 if you would like any further information.   We look forward to your continuing involvement with the College in our united aim to save lives and injuries on our roads.

 

Register as a Road Safety Professional

Members of the College are eligible to apply for listing on the Register of Road Safety Professionals (RRSP).  The College’s ‘Find an Expert’ service is available to anyone searching for a road safety professional with expertise in the following areas:

Apply to become a Registered Road Safety Professional here