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About Us

ACRS is the peak membership association for road safety professionals, advocates, and members of the public who are focused on saving lives and serious injuries on our roads.

8 Chapters

Millions of lives saved annually

Our Patron

His Excellency General the Honourable David John Hurley AC DSC (Retd) (2019 - Current)

David Hurley was sworn in as the Governor-General of Australia in July 2019. His Excellency was very happy to accept the role of Patron of the Australasian College of Road Safety, taking over from the previous Governor-General, Sir Peter Cosgrove. David Hurley is a graduate of the Royal Military College…

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Chapters

The state and regional chapters are where most of the Australasian College of Road Safety activities occur. Each chapter has its own chapter committee that organises local events.

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Our President

Mr Martin Small (2019 - Current)

Martin has been working in road safety since the late 1990s, holding senior positions in New Zealand and Australian governments, and now consulting in both markets and internationally. During his time with the Government of South Australia, Martin signed up his Department as a corporate member of the College, introduced…

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UN Decade of Action

As the peak regional body for road safety professionals, advocates, and members of the public who are focused on saving lives and serious injuries on our roads, the Australasian College of Road Safety strongly supports the aims of the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020, the Brasilia Declaration on Road SafetyAustralia’s National Road Safety Strategy 2010-2020, and the New Zealand Road Safety Strategy 2010-2020. The College as a whole, together with each stakeholder under our broad membership umbrella, is working hard to meet the goals of the UN Decade of action, the NRSS and the NZRSS.

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