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SA Chapter Lunchtime Seminar: Community Road Safety Education

This event has been postponed. Rescheduling details will be published once confirmed.

Come and hear about the programs run by the RAA in community road safety education. This is an opportunity to learn and ask questions about aspects of community road safety education.

Kindly hosted by the Department for Infrastructure and Transport

ACRS WA Chapter and Western Australian Centre for Road Safety Research Joint Research Seminar – Driving Change: Challenges and Opportunities

The Commissioner will be discussing Driving Change – WA’s approach to achieving the 50- 70% road trauma reduction target by 2030. Driving Change sets out WA’s Road Safety Strategy over the next 10 years. It outlines a shared vision, priorities and effective implementation areas for government, the private and not-for-profit sectors and the community.

 

WA Chapter Book Club Meeting

The ACRS WA Chapter is hosting a quarterly Book Club. The first meeting will be on 20 May at 4 pm at the Main Roads, Don Aitken Centre. The first discussion item is PACTS What Kills Most on the Roads.

ACRS WA Chapter and Western Australian Centre for Road Safety Research Joint Research Seminar – From preventing problem behaviours to catering for errors

In 2008, the Western Australian Government set a bold aspiration to achieve a 40% reduction in serious road trauma by 2020. For 2030 a target reduction of between 50 and 70% has been set on a journey to “zero” by 2050.

Where have we made progress? Where are the challenges and opportunities going forward? How has research contributed and what do we need in the future?

ACRS ACT & Region Chapter AGM – 28 April 2021

Members and supporters of the ACT & Region Chapter of the Australasian College of Road Safety are invited to attend the 2021 Annual Meeting. This is an important meeting for the Chapter following the restricted year of operation during 2020. The meeting will be held at the Boardroom of the…

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