Transafe WA Road Transport Industry Safety Forums are your opportunity to learn from case studies and best practice presentations, network, interact directly with industry decision makers, and collectively make a difference to road transport industry safety and professionalism in WA.
We encourage the participation of all road transport industry stakeholders. You don’t have to be a member to attend, but if you are a member or employed by a member organisation, you always attend for FREE.
“The Transafe WA Forum was another great opportunity to hear from industry leaders about a range of topics that have a potential to affect our organisation. The quality of presenters on the day was truly excellent… and the topics I initially thought had the least relevance to my organisation actually had the most.” – Forum 2 Participant
“… it was exceptional… it’s a ‘must attend’ in my calendar. You provide a great service to the transport industry.” – Forum 4 Participant
“It was well worth it, thoroughly enjoyed the presentations. Keep up the good work.” Forum 16 Participant
FREE Webinar |#2
A Life Changed Forever:
Giving focus to National Work Safe Month
Wed 30 September 2020
Rollo Craib was a truck driver until a road accident changed the course of his life. Rollo will share his story.
Katie from PBF will add perspective around work safety in this COVID-19 world.
To register email firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE Webinar |#3
Case Study Seeing Machines/MGM Bulk
Date tba October 2020
45 mins includes Q&A
Transafe WA sponsor Connect Source, distributors of fatigue technology Seeing Machines team up with Transafe WA member organisation MGM Bulk to deliver a case study of the successful application of this technology.
Transafe WA Forum 24
Wednesday 23 September, 2020
Auditorium, Bendat Community Centre
36 Dodd Street, Wembley
Morning tea and lunch included
Members free, others welcome at $49pp
WA Safety Truck preview
Main Roads, Road Safety Commission updates
Update on Senate Enquiry to Road Transport Industry
Launch of HV driver health and well-being program
Safety Hypothetical – Critical Conversations