Thank you for your support of National Road Safety Week and Maio Amarelo (Yellow Ribbon May)
National icons lit in yellow across the nationClick here to see what happened during Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week
SARAH thanks the supporters of Yellow Ribbon #NRSWSARAH sincerely thanks the State and Territory Governments for their support of this week's 2015 Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week
Moving video by RACQ for 2015 Launch of Yellow Ribbon Road Safety Week RACQ's promotion of those who are vulnerable, was outstanding, especially those who assist and protect our community.
See what Prime Minister Abbott has to say on Yellow Ribbon #NRSW Thank you for your support of Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week. Click here to see what the Prime Minister Hon Tony Abbott had to say...And remember, we are also promoting road safety internationally,as part of Yellow Ribbon May (Maio Amarelo). Proudly display your ribbons and stickers!
SARAH thanks RSCA TASMANIA & Southern Cross TelevisionSouthern Cross Television produced five advertisements for Road Safety Week. See them here.
Our Commitment to Road Safety is No Accident!
2015 Road Safety Week Tasmania - Video Competition
SARAH partnered with the Tasmanian Government for 2015 Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week with initiatives co-ordinated by the Road Safety Advisory Council, with the involvement of Tasmania Police, the RACT and Southern Cross Television. Southern Cross produced a television commercial for each day of the week. One of their brilliant initiatives was a video competition. See the video by winner and each of the runners up.
2015 Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week - "DRIVE So Others Survive!"
Along with our normal commitment to protecting vulnerable road users, and especially our emergency and first call personnel, Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week supported the United Nations’ 2015 theme of “Children and Road Safety”.
Throughout 2015, we will continue to promote the #SaveKidsLives theme. Join our efforts to support the United Nations Road Safety Collaboration http://www.who.int/roadsafety/week/2015/en/
ACT/NSW #SaveKidsLive Poster Project
Safer Australian Roads and Highways (SARAH) is backing the United Nations 2015 theme of “Children and Road Safety” (#SaveKidsLives). Our intention is to support the curriculum’s promotion of positive on-road safety attitudes by seeking the involvement of Year 5 and 6 students in a Road Safety Poster Project. As the Project will formally commence in Term 3, and SARAH looks forward to your School’s participation.
This year's Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week (3 to 10 May 2015) was an event of both 2015 United Nations Global Road Safety Week and Maio Amarelo (Yellow Ribbon May).
Make a difference to some else's life and "DRIVE So Others Survive!"