Fatality Free Friday

issue1017-fatality-free-fridayOn Thursday 25 May 2017, Eleni Svinos (Year 11) and Alessandra Bicego (Year 11) represented PLC Sydney in support of Burwood Council's Fatality Free Friday event. 
Fatality Free Friday is an Australian annual road safety event on the last Friday each May. Since its inception in 2007, the Fatality Free Friday campaign has continued to expand its operation and is now recognised as Australia’s only national community based road safety program. It has successfully fostered community ownership, complex road safety issues and encourages those who can make a significant difference in reducing road trauma. 
To date over 165,000 road safety pledges have been signed- this is an outstanding result. In addition, we have been inundated with hard copies from around the country so keep referring back to our website to see how many pledges have been taken.
Find out more or take the pledge at www.fatalityfreefriday.com

Image (from left): Eleni Svinos (Year 11), Burwood Police and Alessandra Bicego (Year 11) supporting Burwood Council's Fatality Free Friday event. 

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