Want to have your say regarding the future direction of road safety in Western Australia?
Then register to attend one of the Road Safety Council’s community forums.
The Road Safety Council is consulting with community and stakeholders on what they are prepared to do to pursue zero deaths and serious injuries on WA roads. Members met earlier this week in Gosnells, following a successful opening forum in Greenwood on 1 July.
If you’re available make the most of this platform and take it as an opportunity to express the views that are affecting you and your fleet.
Upcoming WA forums
- Albany, Wednesday 24 July, 6pm
- Bunbury, 12 August, 6pm
- Broome, 20 August
- Collie, Tuesday 30 July, 4.30pm
- Denmark, Tuesday 23 July, 6pm
- Ellenbrook, 12 September
- Esperance, 7 August, 6pm
- Fremantle, 26 August
- Geraldton, 1 August, 6pm
- Kalgoorlie, 8 August, 6pm
- Kununurra, 22 August
- Kwinana, 19 August
- Manjimup, Thursday 25 July, 6pm
- Margaret River, Monday 29, July 6pm
- Merredin, 29 August
- Moora, 5 August, 6pm
- Narrogin, 03 September
- Northam, 28 August
- Joondalup, 17 September
The forums run for about 1 hour and 45 minutes and are free to attend. However, you must first register online.
Feedback gathered from the forums and online will be used by the Road Safety Council to prepare a draft road safety strategy that will be provided to the Minister of Road Safety for consideration.