Thank you for your support of National Road Safety Week and Maio Amarelo (Yellow Ribbon May)

Remember the 1200@1200

Click here to see the video made for UN World Day of Remembrance - Let's honour the 1200 Australians killed and 30,000 seriously injured last year

SARAH thanks all the participants in the 2015 #SaveKidsLives Poster Project

Click here to see the winners and highly commended entries for the 2015 SARAH Road Safety Poster Project Awards. Congratulations to the students of Eastwood Primary School in the 2015 SARAH Road Safety Poster Project Awards.

SARAH thanks all the participants in the 2015 #SaveKidsLives Poster Project

Click here to see the winners and highly commended entries for the 2015 SARAH Road Safety Poster Project Awards. Congratulations to the students of St Joseph's Primary School Leeton in the 2015 SARAH Road Safety Poster Project Awards.

SARAH thanks all the participants in the 2015 #SaveKidsLives Poster Project

Click here to see two highly commended entries for the 2015 SARAH Road Safety Poster Project Awards. Congratulations to the students of Berrigan Primary School in the 2015 SARAH Road Safety Poster Project Awards.

SARAH thanks RSCA TASMANIA & Southern Cross Television

Southern Cross Television produced five advertisements for Road Safety Week. See them here.

Our Commitment to Road Safety is No Accident!

Altus Traffic and Team #Win4Sarah

We joined the Altus Team recently in St Kilda to speak about why he set up Safer Australian Roads and Highways and our work for road safety. We are very grateful that Altus Traffic is working to support SARAH across its entire business and we look forward to working with Altus Team #Win4Sarah. Thank one and all!

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/

Remember the 1200@1200

On Sunday 15 November 2015 the global community will commemorate the United Nations World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. With 1200 Australians killed and more than 30,000 seriously injured each year, the road statistics are most distressing. But these figures tell us nothing about the personal stories of those involved, of our emergency services personnel who become traumatised by what they see, of the parents and partners left to identify their loved ones, and of the sad legacy faced by family and friends for the rest of their lives.

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.
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!"