The Office of Road Safety participates in a number of forums to advance road safety in Australia. The Office works to ensure that road safety concerns are more widely considered in Australia.
National Stakeholder Engagement
The Office of Road Safety is organising national stakeholder forums to consult with industry, businesses, community and other stakeholders.
The roundtable meetings are hosted by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development, the Hon Michael McCormack MP and the Hon Scott Buchholz MP, Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport. They provide an opportunity for stakeholders to discuss challenges for road safety in their region and develop cooperative solutions.
Keep up to date with the latest newsletters published by the Office of Road Safety.
National Drug Driving Working Group
The National Drug Driving Working Group (NDDWG) is a cross-jurisdictional working group established in late 2017 to progress the development of best practice approaches towards drug testing in Australia.
Joint Select Committee on Road Safety
The Joint Select Committee on Road Safety was established by the Federal Parliament to provide connection and linkages to road safety across all areas of Government. The Committee, chaired by Mr Pat Conaghan MP, will inquire and report on steps that can be taken to reduce Australia’s road accident rates, trauma and deaths on our roads. The Terms of Reference are available here.
The Ministers' media release can be found at: New committee to drive road safety action.