Queensland Road Safety Week will run between August 21-25 it is a chance for all Queenslanders to get involved in making our roads safer.
‘Speaking up for road safety’ is the focus and police are encouraging the whole community to have their say on road safety.
Communities, schools and workplaces are being asked to support the week by hosting local events or sharing road safety information among staff, students, colleagues, family and friends.
You can share a personal story, suggest a road safety tip, talk to your kids, family and friends about staying safe, or make a pledge to improve a single road behaviour using the hashtag #RoadSafetyWeek.
On each day of Road Safety Week, a different road safety issue will be highlighted:
Speeding – Monday, August 21
Drink and drug driving – Tuesday, August 22
Distractions, seat belts and child restraints – Wednesday, August 23
Sharing the road, including bike and pedestrian safety – Thursday, August 24
Fatigue – Friday, August 25
To register your event and find out what other events are being run around the state, just go to https://jointhedrive.qld.gov.au/road-safety-week
Download the Road Safety Week Toolkit:
If you need materials for your workplace or school, download the Queensland Road Safety Week Community Kit for posters, screen savers, email signatures, decorations and factsheets.
Speak up. Be heard. Make Queensland’s 2017 Road Safety Week an important event in your community’s calendar.
Queensland Road Safety Week is a Queensland Government initiative, delivered in partnership by the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads and the Queensland Police Service. The RACQ, the Motor Accident Insurance Commission, and the Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety – Queensland (CARRS-Q), are proud supporters of the event.