Saving Lives Together

National Road Safety Week 2020

Sunday 15th

  • Road Safety Week is launched.
  • Remember the 1200. Today we pause at 12pm to remember the 1200 people who died on our roads in 2019.
Sunday 15th

Monday 16th

  • Morning tea. Host a morning tea and make a pledge to drive so others survive.
  • Take the pledge. Take the pledge and lead the way by promising to drive so that you and others survive.
Monday 16th

Tuesday 17th

  • Safe driving to work. Support your employees to drive so others survive.
  • School Traffic Warden day. Thank your local school traffic warden with a certificate of road safety appreciation.
Tuesday 17th

Wednesday 18th

  • Move over slow down. Clubs WA Industry Forum and Trade Expo. Emergency services, roadside assist and roadside workers risk their lives every day to help us. When you see the flashing lights move over and slow down to keep them safe.
Wednesday 18th

Thursday 19th

  • Protecting every life. It's not just people in cars who are victims of traffic trauma. Drive safely to protect every life along the road including pedestrians.
Thursday 19th

Friday 20th

  • Shine a light Community participation. Turn your headlights on for road safety and protect your mates so everyone gets home safe.
Friday 20th

Saturday 21st

  • Cyclists and motorcyclists. Tandem Cycling Muster Inaugural Event - Western Australian Tandem Advisory Council.
Saturday 21st

Sunday 22nd

  • Arrive home safe for your loved ones. MRAWA Motorcycle Emergency First Aid Course - Motorcycle Riders Association of WA.
Sunday 22nd

Acknowledgement of Country

The Government of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community.
We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.

The Road Safety Commission is a portfolio within WA Police Force. It reports to the Minister for Road Safety, Hon. Michelle Roberts MLA.