Engage the Community in Safe Rail Practices

Rail Safety Week 2021

For one week every year in August, a major spotlight is placed on rail safety in the community via the public awareness campaign Rail Safety Week, (RSW). Coordinated by organisations across Australia and New Zealand and supported by the TrackSAFE Foundation, the aim of RSW is to highlight the importance of being safe and acting responsibly on, and around the rail network. The 16th annual RSW will be held 9-15 August 2021.

This Rail Safety Week we are proud to support Vanessa Low, TrackSAFE Foundation Ambassador, Paralympian and world campion and rail accident survivor. From someone who knows more than most that a single moment can change a life for ever, Vanessa asks that you please…Stand back. Look up. Stay rail safe.

Social Media

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This week is Rail Safety Week & we are joining @CanberraMetroLightRail in raising the importance of safety on and around the light rail. Find out more about staying #RailSAFE at cmet.com.au

Stay #RailSAFE –

Stay off the tracks
Avoid distractions
Follow instructions and
Encourage others to be safe

Stand Back. Look Up. Stay #RailSAFE.

E-news/Newsletter Content

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This week is Rail Safety Week. [insert your organisation’s name] has joined Canberra Metro Operations, the ACT Government and key community groups to raise awareness around the issue of safety around light rail in Canberra for Rail Safety Week.

This year we are urging all Canberrans to Stand Back. Look Up. Stay #RailSAFE.

Remember to always:

Stay off the tracks
Avoid distractions
Follow instructions and
Encourage others to be safe

Follow @CanberraMetroLightRail on Facebook & Instagram to find out more about staying #RailSAFE

Other Resources

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the ACT, the Ngunnawal people. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.