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Aboriginal road safety stakeholder: implementation manual (2005)

Author

Aboriginal Road User Taskforce

City

Perth

Type

Report

Institution

Road Safety Council of Western Australia

 

Description

In response to over-representation of Aboriginal people in road crash statistics, the Road Safety Council of Western Australia has introduced the Aboriginal road safety stakeholder - implementation manual, as a means of outlining contributing issues and circumstances, and identifying practical strategies for minimising deaths and injuries on Western Australian roads. The Implementation manual is part of the current five-year strategy - 'Arriving safely: Western Australian road safety strategy 2003-2007', which identifies pedestrian safety, unsafe travel, and drink driving, as the main road safety concerns identified in Aboriginal road crash statistics.

The manual and associated resources are designed to assist road safety stakeholders and others to identify priorities for action, and the most appropriate approaches to achieve successful outcomes.

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Contact details

Road Safety Commission
Level 1, 151 Royal Street
East Perth WA 6004
PO Box 6348
East Perth WA 6892
Ph: 1300 999 772
Fax: (08) 6552 0802
Email: info@rsc.wa.gov.au

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Last updated: 15 March 2017
 
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