Fog Light Education

Funding Needed for Bypass

Dumb Ways to Die

Head Light Education

3-2-1 Green Reflector

Awards

Winner 2015 Queensland Road Safety Innovation Award.

Heavy Vehicle Camera Decal Project.

Presented by the Queensland Minister for Main Roads, Road Safety and Ports – the Hon. Mark Bailey, MP

 

2015 Australia Day Awards  Community Group of the Year.

Presented by Cr. Deirdre Comerford, Mayor of Mackay Regional Council

Australian Road Safety Awards

Gold Coast 27 November 2014

Winner:  Community Awards Program

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Sydney 23 November 2011

Finalist: Innovation Awards

 

Queensland Road Safety Awards

Winner:   2013 Queensland Industry & Business Category

Truckie Reviver Survey

2013 Queensland Trucking Association (QTA) Awards Finalist

2013 3M/ACRS Awards – Projects Highly Recognised
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2011 Queensland Road Safety Awards
 

 Recognition and Achievement Award For Ongoing Work In Road Safety


Hon Annastacia Palaszczuk MP

Minister for Transport and Multicultural Affairs

Presenting award to Graeme Ransley Road Safety Coordinator

2008 Commended

Ripple Effect

Road Accident Action Group (Mackay) and David Russo, Queensland Fire and Rescue Service


2007 Trophy Recipients

Road Safety Strategy


Central Queensland Road Safety Strategy – Mining Industry Road Safety Alliance / Road Accident Action Group. The program is an education and awareness strategy which targeted key messages each month based on relevant issues to that time period. Topics focused on the major risks associated with driving the highways in the Bowen Basin, such as open road driving including fatigue, over-taking, speed and securing loads, sharing the highway with wide loads, by educating mine employees and thewider community.

2006 Premier’s Award Recipient

The Road Accident Action Group Fatigue Management Team - Road Safety and Fatigue Awareness program

Road Safety and Fatigue Awareness program representatives

To address accidents through fatigued drivers associated with the mining industry in Central Queensland, the Fatigue Management Team is dedicated to working with industry and communities to address fatigue-related issues. As part of their work the team delivers presentations to mining industry workers about the risks and consequences of driving when fatigued. The Fatigue Management Team in working with industry have been integral in bringing organisations together to form the ‘Mining Industry Road Safety Alliance’, which provides ongoing support to the Fatigue Management Team activities.

 

2004 Trophy Recipients

Mackay Road Accident Action Group – Young Drivers Community Network

Young Drivers Community Network poster

This initiative was developed to encourage young drivers to help address the over-representation of young drivers involved in accidents on Mackay’s local roads. The initiative aims to break down barriers between young drivers and government authorities and also to educate young drivers of safe driving practices. A series of events and meetings attended by the Youth Network, authority group representatives and the community all helped to break down the communication barriers and develop relationships.

2003 Trophy Recipients

Mackay Road Accident Action Group – Fatigue Sucks

The Fatigue Sucks Initiative involved the police and Queensland Transport officers intercepting Central Queensland motorists to provide a lolly pack and fatigue information. Once again, this is a positive initiative targeting a very real road safety issue!