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VicRoads Adds To FFF Sponsors

VicRoads Adds To FFF Sponsors

VicRoads - Victoria's lead government agency for road transport - has joined Fatality Free Friday as a Gold Alliance Partner. Read more...


Central Queensland Mining Company On Pledge Drive

Central Queensland Mining Company On Pledge Drive

Employees at Bowen Basin miner BMA Coal got ready for Fatality Free Friday yesterday with a call to take the pledge in their seven mines and Hay Point Terminal near Mackay. FFF has been promoted by safety officers throughout BMA and its parent BHP Billiton since 2009. Read more...


Brisbane ‘Empty Shoes’ Display

Brisbane ‘Empty Shoes’ Display

Dozens of volunteers worked from before dawn to prepare the Fatality Free Friday ‘empty shoes’ display at Brisbane’s Reddacliff Place. More than 1500 pairs of shoes, representing the lives of men, women and children cut short through road crashes in Australia last year, provided a graphic reminder of the human cost of road trauma. Read more...


Fatality Free Friday 2010

Fatality Free Friday 2010

From one end of the country to the other, community organisations used Fatality Free Friday to encourage better and safer driving on Australia’s roads. Read more...


Townsville ‘Empty Shoes’ Display

Townsville ‘Empty Shoes’ Display

Fatality Free Friday was marked in a big way in Townsville with the city becoming the first regional centre to hold an 'empty shoes' display on Fatality Free Friday. Read more...


Melbourne ‘Empty Shoes’ Display

Melbourne ‘Empty Shoes’ Display

FFF Patron Bev Brock, also Patron for Road Trauma Services in Victoria, racing car driver Mark Winterbottom, Victorian Roads Minister Tim Pallas and Deputy Police Commissioner Ken Lay were the speakers as 1500 pairs of shoes signified lives lost in a Fderation Square, Melbourne display. Read more...


Grace and Jessica’s Road Smart Day

Grace and Jessica’s Road Smart Day

Fatality Free Friday is delighted to support the work of Road Trauma Services Queensland Inc and their new initiative Grace and Jessica’s Road Smart Day on September 12, 2010. The day marks the birthday of the Sunshine Coast twins who, along with their grandmother, were killed in a four car crash at a notorious black spot. This year Grace and Jessica’s family with the support to Road Trauma Services will hold a series of events on the Sunshine Coast. Read more...


Fatality Free Friday in the spotlight at the Australasian Road Safety Conference

Fatality Free Friday in the spotlight at the Australasian Road Safety Conference

Fatality Free Friday founder Russell White was one of the conference speakers at the Australasian Road Safety Conference held in Canberra between August 31 and September 3, 2010. Speaking on the origins and successes of the Fatality Free Friday program, Russell addressed delegates from a wide range of industries and organisations including motor vehicle manufacturers, government agencies, road engineers, educators, emergency services and medical experts. Read more...