Injury Matters will be in Broome from Monday 25 November to Friday 29 November, to conduct a number of activities that aim to reduce the impact of injury within the Kimberley region.
Our Road Trauma Support WA (RTSWA) service will be facilitating an “Understanding and Working with Road Trauma” workshop on Wednesday 27 November for Main Roads WA staff. This workshop will increase participants understanding of, and ways of working with those experiencing, grief, loss and trauma, the impact of road trauma, how to look after self and stay well and how and when to seek professional help following a road traffic crash in WA.
If you are interested in our RTSWA service conducting a similar workshop with your staff members, please call (08) 6166 7688.
To support our new heavy vehicle road safety project, Mentally and Physically Safe on our Roads (MaPS) we will also be consulting with the local community regarding the challenges that local heavy vehicle operators face in maintaining their health and wellbeing. If you are based in the Kimberley region, work in the heavy vehicle industry and are interested in being involved in this consultation process, please contact us to arrange a time to gather your feedback.
Want to know more about MaPS on our Roads? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Our team is also offering a free community falls prevention presentation at the Broome Community Resource Centre (CRC) on Thursday, 28 November at 3:30pm. See the CRC Facebook for more details.
We have times available for any organisation or group who would like us to present to their staff. Injury presentation topics include:
- The incidence of injury in the Kimberley;
- Understanding of grief and loss after road trauma; and
- Supporting yourself or others after road trauma.