Past Events

NSW Chapter AGM 2023

NSW AGM 2023 will be an opportunity for members to network and share their thoughts on road safety in NSW.


ACRS members are warmly invited to participate in the ACRS AGM to be held on Thursday 25 May 2023 from 10:30am - 11:30am AEST.


The ACRS NZ Chapter Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday 23 May 2023 11am – 11.30am (NZST)

ACRS LGN Networking Meeting

The first meeting of the LGN will be a networking session, utilising breakout rooms to connect members to determine future topics in meetings and webinars. Come along and have your say in the direction of the LGN!

NZ Chapter: Safe System Audit

This webinar will discuss the Safe System Audit guidelines released by Waka Kotahi in October 2022 (Safe System audits | Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency ( The panellists will present on the changes in the new guidelines, training and its implementation in New Zealand.

WA Chapter Book Club – November

The next Book Club will be held 11.45 – 1 pm am Wednesday 23rd November at the Don Aitken Centre, East Perth. MS Teams will be available for those that cannot attend in person and members from other Chapters are welcome.

NZ Chapter: ARSC Review, Highlights, and Actions

This post-conference webinar involves a panel of NZ Chapter members discussing observations, themes and emerging issues raised at the conference. The panellists will share their views about the things we need to do differently as an industry to deliver improved road safety outcomes for all road users.

ACRS Local Government Network Webinar

The Australasian College of Road Safety is launching a new network for Local Government Road Safety Practitioners. It will kick off with an inaugural webinar exploring and celebrating road safety strategic planning.

2022 Australasian Road Safety Conference

Join Australasia’s leading road safety and injury prevention researchers, practitioners and policy makers for the Australasian Road Safety Conference 2022.

SA Chapter Lunchtime Seminar/Webinar

Come and hear about how the Lifetime Support Authority delivers the Lifetime Support Scheme, which funds and plans person-centred treatment, care and support for people who sustain serious injuries in a motor vehicle accident regardless of fault.