3rd International Road Safety Conference (3rdIRSC)
|Event Date/Time: Nov 29, 2007||End Date/Time: Nov 30, 2007|
|Registration Date: Nov 27, 2007|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 14, 2007|
|Abstract Submission Date: Jul 31, 2007|
|Paper Submission Date: Sep 28, 2007|
29-30 November 2007, Perth Convention Exhibition Centre
The 3rd International Road Safety Conference is to be hosted by Western Australia's
Road Safety Council, The conference will be held in Perth from 29th to 30th
With its theme of " People Our Future", the 2007 conference will be held at the
Perth Convention Exhibition Centre as an international forum in Road Safety and
will be dedicated to reducing the human and financial losses from road crashes.
The conference will provide information to help delegates improve the road
environment, improve road safety community education and also encourage and
support people and organisations around the globe to seek, develop and share
new and innovative road safety ideas, research outcomes and
The principal aim of the conference is to contribute to the existing body of road safety
knowledge in an effort to reduce road deaths and serious injuries in the world and in Australia in
The conference features a number of keynote speakers. There are also concurrent presentations focusing on
developments in road safety research and practice.
Authors are encouraged to submit abstracts directly through the webpage.
The abstract should indicate the context, the innovative aspects and results of the proposed paper. Industrially
oriented papers are specially welcome as well as industrial case studies. Abstracts will be accepted after a
review process performed by the members of the Conference Technical Programme Committee.
The principal aim of the conference is to provide a venue for discussion of advances in road safety research and
practice and to reduce road crash trauma by ensuring that decision makers are adequately informed about the likely
effectiveness of various road crash countermeasures.
The 2007 conference will provide a stimulating program that aims to achieve the following objectives:
• Identify and address critical issues relating to continued road safety advances.
• Investigate the importance of potential determinants of motor vehicle-related crashes and injuries among young
• Assist in the development of a Safer Driving Policy and implementation of a Safer Driving Program to support the
• Identify risk and protective factors for a range of injury outcomes, including motor vehicle-related injuries.
• Identify areas and priorities for road safety research and development, programs and practices.
• Exchange information on developments and best practices in road safety research, policies and education.
• Improve communication, understanding, and awareness of the issue of driver behaviour to facilitate cooperation.
• Promote and recommend sustainable transport policies and plans of action that could improve road safety and
prevent traffic crashes and injuries using best practice examples from the region and around the world.
• Provide technological advances in safety features and investigate the progress and future directions of road safety.
Who should attend?
The conference will provide a dynamic venue for participant's active in the fields, like:
• Road Safety Managers;
• Road Safety and Accident Prevention Officers;
• Government Officials with vested interests in road safety;
• Educational, Training and Research Institutes;
• Police and Emergency Services;
• Traffic and Safety Engineers and Planners
• Federal and State Government Transport Agency Managers;
• Road Authorities;
• Public-sector decision makers;
• Health Care and Emergency Service Providers;
• Insurance Companies, Health Promotion and Health Educational Professionals;
• Mass-transportation Firms;
• Private Business Sectors with a vested interest in road safety ( Petroleum Companies, Freight, Courier );
• School Teachers and Educators;
• Transport and Tourism Sector Representatives
• Automotive Companies & Representatives;
• System and Service Providers;
• Driver and Rider Trainers;
• Special Interest Groups and
• Key Motoring and Transport Media;
• TV, Media News and Journalists