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

The University Club, The University of Western Australia

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.

 

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.

There will be time to talk to the Commissioner after the presentation. Tea and light refreshments will be provided.

This is a FREE of charge event, but we appreciate your RSVP as seating is limited email: gina.arena@uwa.edu.au

Adrian Warner was recently appointed as the Commissioner of the Road Safety Commission in Western Australia (WA).
Adrian has over 18 years of executive management experience in the WA public sector including four years as a CEO for Workcover WA. He has also held senior executive roles within the Housing Authority and Department of Communities. During 2009-2011, he relocated to Canberra to take up the position of policy advisor to senior Cabinet Ministers in the Rudd/Gillard governments.



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