Interleasing and SARAH Partner Up for National Road Safety Week

Interleasing recently announced a partnership with the Safer Australian Roads and Highways Group (SARAH) for National Road Safety Week (NRSW), which ran from May 5 to 12.


1,266 people died on Australian roads in 2023. These are more than just numbers, they are people's lives. 


At Interleasing, we are committed to doing what we can to bring those numbers down to zero.


This important venture will help further promote the lifesaving Vision Zero message during NRSW – an initiative from SARAH in partnership with government and road safety advocates that raises awareness of the number of lives lost on Australian roads, and what we can do to make a difference.

Interleasing supported this year’s campaign in the following ways:

This website article and infographic (on the right) promoting important facts about Australian roads and NRSW.

Weekly polls throughout May on the Interleasing LinkedIn page quizzing people on NRSW facts and Australian road safety rules.

A Road Safety Week pledge video that will be promoted on Interleasing’s social media.


Interleasing believes that while everyone has an individual responsibility to make our roads safer, fleet managers have a significant role to play in raising awareness and promoting safe driving among employees. It’s why they support fleet managers through technology platforms that promote safe driving among their employees, including driver safety training, managing driver processes and risk management guidance.


“We’re excited to partner with Interleasing for National Road Safety Week and appreciate their dedication to getting our lifesaving Vision Zero message out to more road users – especially fleet drivers. Together, it’s my hope that we can protect all road users, and make sure more lives are not lost through avoidable crashes on the road,” says Peter Frazer, founder of SARAH. 


With 1,266 people sadly losing their lives on our roads in 2023 – the highest figure since 2010 – drivers are reminded of three simple things they can do to help achieve Vision Zero: slow down for first responders or emergency personnel; maintain a safe distance behind vehicles in front; and check if their vehicle meets road safety standards.


Published Thu, 06/06/2024 - 01:47

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