Show your support

Join us in making roads safer during National Road Safety Week Sunday 5 May until Sunday 12 May. Get involved by participating in our community events, taking the pledge, and wearing yellow to show your support. It’s a powerful way to honour those affected by road trauma and to commit to zero road fatalities and injuries.

Keep safe on the road session

Join us at select State Libraries Tasmania locations throughout May, for our engaging Misunderstood Road Rules program. To register for these free workshops, click on the link below.

Take the pledge

Commit to ending road trauma in Tasmania by pledging to drive so others survive. You can make the pledge by visiting one of our branches or head to the NRSW website.

Official NRSW colouring page

Looking for ways to engage and educate your little ones on road safety? Download or print the poster and colour in the scene, discussing important road safety concepts such as STOP, LOOK, LISTEN and THINK and the importance of always holding an adults hand when near a road.

TAC'S Graham sculpture

Graham is a lifelike sculpture depicting what humans might looks like if we were built to survive crashes on our roads. You can view the full glory of Graham at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery during May - August 2024.

Want to create your own yellow ribbon?

Wearing the nationally recognised yellow ribbon symbol for National Road Safety Week is a great way to support road safety awareness. Follow the instructions below to create your own.

Cut a short piece of yellow ribbon.
Cross over one side to the front to make a bow shape.
Keep your ribbon in place using a safety pin.