If you are yet to visit the beautiful city of Adelaide, then the 2019 Australasian Road Safety Conference (ARSC2019) is the ARSC conference for you! The Australasian College of Road Safety (ACRS) & Austroads, and our co-Chair organisations CASR – University of Adelaide invite you to attend the largest road safety-dedicated conference in the Southern Hemisphere. ARSC2019 will be held in Adelaide on the banks of the vibrant Torrens River at the beautiful Adelaide Convention Centre complex, from 25 to 27 September 2019.
With a theme of “Leading the Way – Towards Zero!”, ARSC2019 will showcase the regions’ outstanding researchers, practitioners, policy-makers and industry spanning the plethora of road safety issues identified in the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety:
- Road Safety Management;
- Safe Vehicles;
- User Behaviour, and
- Post-Crash Care.
ARSC2019 will bring with it a special focus on engaging all levels of government and community, from the city to the bush, to Leading the Way. The comprehensive 3-day scientific program will showcase the latest:
- Policing programs;
- Policies and management strategies;
- Technological developments in the field;
- National and international keynote speakers;
- Oral and poster presentations;
- Expansive stakeholder exhibition; and
- Workshops and interactive symposia.
ARSC2019 is expected to attract between 600-800 delegates including researchers, policing and enforcement agencies, practitioners, policymakers, industry representatives, educators, and students working in the fields of behavioural science, education and training, emergency services, engineering and technology, health and rehabilitation, policing, justice and law enforcement, local, state and federal government, traffic management, and vehicle safety.
Please join us in Adelaide in September 2019 to help us all to maintain this positivity and momentum – there is so much more than all of us are capable of, especially when we are working in a collaborative and supportive environment such as the one that was evident at ARSC2018.