CARRS-Q is an active member of the Australasian College of Road Safety (ACRS), the region’s peak membership association for road safety professionals, advocates, and members of the public who are focused on saving lives and serious injuries on our roads.
The College provides a rich, collaborative environment promoting communication, networking, professionalism & advocacy across all spheres of road safety – including policy, advocacy, research, application & dissemination. ACRS membership includes experts from across all areas of road safety: policy makers, academics, community organisations, researchers, federal, state and local government agencies, private companies and members of the public.
On behalf of the Queensland Chapter of the ACRS, CARRS-Q hosted “The Safe System – Demolishing the Silos” seminar at Queensland Department of Transport & Main Roads on Tuesday 5 June 2018.
Click here to watch the seminar.
On 12 December 2017, the work of the College’s members over the last 30 years was recognised by the prestigious Prince Michael International Road Safety Award, presented at London’s Savoy Hotel. ACRS President Lauchlan McIntosh AM FACRS and CEO Claire Howe were delighted to represent all ACRS members in accepting this well deserved award (pictured above from left: Dr Chika Sakashita (ACRS Journal Managing Editor), Mr Lauchlan McIntosh AM FACRS (ACRS President, Chair Global New Car Assessment Program), HRH Prince Michael, Ms Claire Howe (ACRS CEO), Professor Narelle Haworth FACRS (Director, CARRS-Q), Dr Soames Job FACRS (Global Road Safety Lead, World Bank, Washington DC).
Professor Narelle Haworth was presented with the 2013 Australasian College of Road Safety (ACRS) Fellowship at the annual ACRS Conference. The Fellowship was presented “For her outstanding contribution as an internationally recognised researcher in the road safety field and for her major contribution as a policy advisor at the state, national and international level”.
Australasian Road Safety Conference 2019
With a theme of “Leading the Way – Towards Zero!”, ARSC2019 will showcase the regions’ outstanding researchers, practitioners, policy-makers and industry spanning the plethora of road safety issues identified in the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety:
- Road Safety Management;
- Safe Vehicles;
- User Behaviour, and
- Post-Crash Care.
Save the date: 25-27 September 2019, Adelaide
Visit the website for more details.
CARRS-Q researchers at ARSC2018.