Fatality Free Friday on Friday 27 May is national campaign encouraging organisations, companies and individuals who can make a significant difference in reducing road trauma to show their support by signing pledges to help reduce the number of fatalities on our roads.
Tragically 75 West Australians have been killed on our WA roads this year, 55 of those on regional and country roads, 10 more than at the same time last year.
ICCWA chief executive, Venessa Wells, Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia and Road Trauma Support presenter and survivor Bev Abela joined paramedics at St John Ambulance headquarters on Wednesday, to highlight the complexities around road safety and trauma and about engendering long term positive behavioural changes.
To date more than 130,000 road safety pledges have been signed around Australia to remind everyone to do their bit to ensure this Friday is fatality free.
Show your support by heading to www.fatalityfreefriday.comand take the pledge to drive safely on Fatality Free Friday.