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Welcome to the Shire of Bruce Rock
What We Do
Towards Zero – Road Safety Strategy for WA 2008-2020
Safe System Approach to Road Safety
Projects & Campaigns
Road Safety Display Trailers
Safe Road Use
Indigenous road safety
Mobile Phone Use
Targeted enforcement signs
Unsafe driving in advertising
Safe Roads and Roadsides
Making roads motorcycle friendly
Road safety around schools
Community safe speed promise
Courtesy Speed Display Signs
Child Car Restraints
Child car restraint fitter courses
Find a Type 1 Fitter
Find a Type 2 Fitter
Frequently asked questions
Hire a child car restraint
Electronic Stability Control
Fleet safety resource kit
Blessing of the Roads
Human Spirit Awards
LG Road Safety Awards
Road Ribbon for Road Safety
Celebrating the RoadWise Network
Tools & Resources
News & Events
RoadWise Road Safety Newsletter
Local Government Involvement
What We Do
What We Do
WALGA’s RoadWise works with communities to take action to reduce road trauma.
Help and assist
Help establish RoadWise or local roads safety committees, attend existing committees and provide ongoing support.
Facilitate local partnerships / local level road safety.
Work with communities and stakeholders to identify and address local road safety issues.
Enable communities to be involved in and contribute to community road safety.
Help coordinate regional road safety effort.
Assist in the development of local road safety action plans.
Plan, develop and coordinate projects and campaigns (e.g. Driver Reviver, Coffee Stop, Road Ribbon for Road Safety® campaign, Blessing of the Roads campaign, road safety awards and road safety signage).
Deliver Type 1 Child Car Restraint Fitter training.
Help establish and support a network of Type 1 Child Car restraint Fitters within each region.
Assist with road safety audits.
Provide advice and guidance
Provide access to road safety information, tools and resources (e.g. Towards Zero Road Safety Trailer and courtesy speed display signs).
Provide road safety advice to Local Governments, RoadWise Committees, community groups and individuals (e.g. child car restraints, Black Spot program grants).
Provide guidance, advice and assistance on the planning, implementation and evaluation of road safety projects, initiatives, campaigns and activities.
Provide advice and assistance in promoting road safety activities to the community.
Provide information to members of the RoadWise road safety network on road safety issues and effective interventions.
Provide advice on regional challenges and opportunities.
Provide advice on workplace road safety.
Liaise with government departments on road safety matters.
Advocate local and regional concerns and initiatives.
Refer road safety enquires to relevant agencies and organisations or research and information services.
Act as a conduit between Industry Road Safety Alliances and RoadWise Committees or networks.
Participate in and provide reports to Regional Road Group meetings.
Recognise and promote
Promote and publicise local road safety actions through WALGA RoadWise communications channels (e.g. WALGA RoadWise Facebook page, RoadWise Road Safety Newsletter).
Recognise local achievements in road safety (e.g. Human Spirit Award, Certificate of Appreciation, Local Government Road Safety Awards).
Research evidence-based and best practice approaches to road safety.
Collect data and reports on local road safety actions / activities.
Research, develop and disseminate tools, resources, campaign materials and communications to assist local road safety actions.