Saving Lives Together

Hold a morning tea and pledge to drive so others survive

06 Nov 2020

Workplaces, community groups and schools around Western Australia are encouraged to hold a special morning tea in support of National Road Safety Week from 15 - 22 November.

Keeping the appropriate social distance, the Road Safety Commission encourages everyone to join colleagues, friends and family in a road safety conversation over tea and scones, use the opportunity to identify local road safety issues, or just share how life has been impacted by road trauma.
You could even host a virtual morning tea online or catch up over a cuppa with a couple of close friends and family.
You can also honour those who have lost their lives on the road and pledge to make the roads safer for everyone.
The first 100 people to register their morning tea through the Road Safety Commission website will receive a free promotional kit, which includes ribbons, posters, stickers and factsheets. Digital resources are also available to download.  
We also encourage you to share a photograph of your event on social media by using the hashtags #NRSW #driveSOS #Roadsafety #Savinglivestogether.
Further information is available on the Road Safety Commission and National Road Safety Week websites.
If you or someone you know has been affected by road trauma, contact Road Trauma Support WA on 1300 004 814 or visit Road Trauma Support.
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