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Road safety in and around schools

This information provides guidance to principals in addressing road safety issues in and around schools through education, infrastructure and collaboration.

Principals, in consultation with the school community and, where appropriate, as part of a SafeST review, are to assess the risks associated with traffic on nearby roads and provide student education or practical demonstrations regarding safe road usage, having regard to these risks.

Any road safety incidences in, and around the immediate vicinity of schools, must be entered in the MyHR workplace health and safety (WH&S) system.

Regional offices will report adverse trends to the Department of Education, Training and Employment's Property Management Unit for consideration with the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR).

Strategies for addressing road safety concerns

To protect students against the risk of injury or harm associated with road use which should have been reasonably foreseen, consider the following to support your school with addressing road safety concerns:

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