Campaigns

The Industry Road Safety Alliance South West is committed to running at least four education and awareness campaigns focused on local road safety topics each year.

Campaign materials primarily target the workforces of Alliance members, many of whom commute long distances by road to and from work each day. Combined members have more than 6,500 direct employees and contractors. Some campaign materials also target the public.

To date, campaigns have focused on topics relevant to the Alliance road network such as driving to local conditions, different types of road users sharing our roads safely, fatigue, speed, and the importance of safe vehicles. Campaign materials have included workplace road safety presentations and guest speakers, locally-produced videos and animations, roadside billboards, and practical resources such as tyre tread depth gauges.

Campaign materials primarily target the workforces of Alliance members, many of whom commute long distances by road to and from work each day. Combined members have more than 6,500 direct employees and contractors. Some campaign materials also target the public.

To date, campaigns have focused on topics relevant to the Alliance road network such as driving to local conditions, different types of road users sharing our roads safely, fatigue, speed, and the importance of safe vehicles. Campaign materials have included workplace road safety presentations and guest speakers, locally-produced videos and animations, roadside billboards, and practical resources such as tyre tread depth gauges.

Latest Campaign

Road Safety Children’s Artwork Competition

Hey kids! Want a chance to win $500?

We’re seeking talented young artists to help spread the road safety message in our annual Road Safety Calendar Competition. Children and youths of all ages are encouraged to enter, with categories for entrants up to 18 years of age. Enter now! https://industryroadsafety.com.au/artwork-comp/ But hurry! Entries close on 25 September 2020. Terms and conditions apply. Thanks to the Road Safety Commission, the Road Trauma Trust Account and the Minister of Road Safety.

Online entry form