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Fatality Free Friday Road Safety Foundation Proudly Supports The Decade Of Action For Road Safety 2011 – 2020

Fatality Free Friday Road Safety Foundation Proudly Supports The Decade Of Action For Road Safety 2011 – 2020

The United Nations General Assembly has declared the first ever “Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020” providing an opportunity for global action to reduce the number of road fatalities around the world. The Fatality Free Friday Road Safety Foundation (FFFRSF) has recently registered with the FIA Foundation and is proud to support the UN Decade of Action. Read more...


Australia’s Leading Karters Take The Fatality Free Friday Pledge

Australia’s Leading Karters Take The Fatality Free Friday Pledge

A number of Australia’s leading karters have taken the Fatality Free Friday Road Safety Pledge. Leading the way for the cause by signing the pledge and committing to driving safely and taking extra care on the roads next Friday May 27, are three prominent figures in the CIK Stars of Karting Series. Read more...


Jacobs Well Police supports Fatality Free Friday

Jacobs Well Police supports Fatality Free Friday

The Jacobs Well Police Beat on the Gold Coast is getting right behind Fatality Free Friday (FFF) 2011 and staging its own Road Safety event in the lead up to FFF on 27 May. Read more...


Stop Fatalities – Take the Pledge

Stop Fatalities – Take the Pledge

The Ipswich Crime Prevention Unit in partnership with, the Department of Transport and Main Roads and the Queensland Fire and Rescue Service will promote Fatality Free Friday a National Road Safety Campaign supported by CALTEX, SUNCORP Insurance and Monroe Shock Absorbers at Darcy Doyle Place, encouraging drivers to consider road safety by making a commitment to take the pledge. Read more...


Suncorp renews support of Fatality Free Friday

Suncorp renews support of Fatality Free Friday

As part of Suncorp’s new “Must-Have Safer Queensland Roads” campaign, the insurer has renewed its support of Fatality Free Friday by sponsoring the 2011 event on 27 May. Read more...


ENERGEX a long time supporter of Fatality Free Friday

ENERGEX a long time supporter of Fatality Free Friday

As part of ENERGEX’s commitment to driver safety in and out of the workplace, the Queensland’s leading electricity and energy supplier has renewed its support of Fatality Free Friday (FFF) by again sponsoring the 2011 event on 27 May. Read more...