What will U do for 2017 Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week (8 to 14 May)
World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic VictimsOn 20 November 2016 we will commemorate the United Nations World Day of Remembrance. The UN has dedicated this day to respond to the great need to victims for public recognition of their loss and suffering. So at midday, remember the more than 1200 Australians killed in the last 12 months... And then spare a moment for their family and friends who are left to forever grieve their loss.
Showcase - The fantastic work by the Northern Territory for NRSWSARAH wishes to thank the NT Department of Transport staff for their tireless work in using Yellow Ribbon NRSW to help improve road safety outcomes in the Territory
Australian icons lit in Yellow 2016 National Road Safety WeekWhat will U do for #NRSW? On 1 May the Commonwealth Minister Hon Darren Chester pre-launched 2016 National Road Safety Week at Parliament House. Thank you to our National Road Safety Week Partners, Australian Automobile Association, Altus Traffic Australia and Road Safety Education, and for their continued national leadership.
Altus Traffic and Team #Win4SarahSARAH joined the Altus Team in St Kilda to speak about why we set up Safer Australian Roads and Highways and our initiatives for road safety. We are very grateful that Altus Traffic Australia is support our National Road Safety Week across its entire business. Thanks to the Altus #Win4Sarah Team.
National Road Safety Week - An event for UN Global Road Safety WeekWill you help promote the Week? Will you become a road safety advocate? Will you Drive So Others Survive? What will you do for NRSW?
This year can U commit to #DriveSOS
Make your 2017 Road Safety Pledge Here!
With ‘Drive So Others Survive!’ as our call to action, and given the increasing role that speed and distracted driving is playing in road trauma, especially for our young drivers, the theme for the 2017 Week will be ‘Drive So Others Survive!’. You can help save a life... Click the image above to see an important video and then PLEASE SIGN the Road Safety Pledge.
What will U do for Road Safety Week?
Thank you to the Governor General for his 2016 Road Safety Statement
We are honoured that His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC (Retd) Governor-General of Australia has provided SARAH with his 2016 Statement in support of Road Safety Week. This will be uploaded and made available on-line for the launch. In the meantime click the image to see the 2015 Governor General's Statement.
Remember the 1200@1200
On Thursday 5th May the Governor General has asked our national community to stop for a moment and remember the 1200 killed and 30,000 injured on our roads last year. The road statistics are not only most distressing but we are now seeing increases, especially for those who are vulnerable. Will you show you care? Click the image above to see the 2015 video and then decide... What will you do for Road Safety Week?
Want a yellow ribbon or sticker to show you Drive So Others Survive?
Will you show your commitment to road safety by wearing a lapel ribbon, and/or attaching yellow ribbons or yellow ribbon stickers to your vehicle. Show you stand in solidarity with those who are vulnerable. Show you care about victims of road trauma. Show that you are a road safety advocate... and that you Drive So Others Survive!
Next year's Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week (8 to 14 May) will be an event of both the United Nations Global Road Safety Week and the international Maio Amarelo (Yellow Ribbon May) international road safety movement.
Make a difference to some else's life and "DRIVE So Others Survive!" #DriveSOS