M8 the Call Can W8 and #AvonLocalsDrivingChange Projects Win

Posted on: Monday, 29 January 2018 at 12:00:00 AM

M8 the Call Can W8 and #AvonLocalsDrivingChange Projects Win Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Awards 2017

Congratulations to Local Governments in the South West region on their local road safety project M8 the Call Can W8 winning the Injury Matters Outstanding Achievement by a Local Government in Injury Prevention or Safety Promotion Award.


This local road safety campaign addresses the dangers of using mobile phones whilst driving and continues to expand each year.

The Northam RoadWise Committee is also celebrating, with their 
 #AvonLocalsDrivingChange project winning the Injury Matters Outstanding Achievement in Regional or Remote Injury Prevention or Safety Promotion Award.

This initiative involves local identities 'voicing' road safety messages for the community, through their places of work, on Facebook and in local press through a series of 'photo-voices'.

Well done also to the City of Mandurah, receiving a Highly Commended, and the Shire of Plantagenet for their project nominations.

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Pictured above: Injury Matters Chief Executive Officer, Sandy Lukjanowski and President Davide Beattie with 2017 Injury Matters Awards winners representing the M8 the Call Can W8 (City of Bunbury RoadWise Committee Chairperson Cr Betty McCleary and Road Safety Advisor Nicola Smith) and  #AvonLocalsDrivingChange projects (Elouise Hawkins, Health Promotion Officer WA Country Health Service Northam and Member of the Shire of Northam RoadWise Committee).

Visit the Injury Matters website at 
https://injurymatters.org.au/tag/awards/ to view the full list of award recipients. Contact Road Safety Advisor Nicola Smith to find out more about the M8 the Call Can W8 project or Road Safety Advisor Cliff Simpsonto find out more about the #AvonLocalsDrivingChange project.

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