Road safety professionals

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Road safety professionals, emergency services and health workers play a key role in working to tackle road crashes and casualties, and helping people bereaved and injured in crashes to access specialist, quality support. We value the opportunity to work with you.

There are many ways you can work with Brake, such as making use of our events and resources, supporting Road Safety Week, and joining us.

Work with us to promote safer road use:

Join Brake ProfessionalBrake Professional is a low-cost international membership service by Brake for professionals working in road safety. It connects, and provides professional development for, people working within the field across the globe, by sharing international research, policy news, practitioner best practice and resources through bulletins, reports and events. Members get our fortnightly news bulletin, Target Zero, plus free and discounted attendance at Brake events, and access to a range of reports and research findings. Membership costs just $120 a year for public and not-for-profit sector professionals. Visit to find out more and join.

Road Safety Week - Brake coordinates national Road Safety Week each May. The event involves hundreds of schools, communities and organisations. Local agencies often team up with schools and community groups to run activities such as roadshows, workshops and enforcement campaigns. Find out more and register for a resource pack.

Work with us to support the victims:

Webinars and seminars for support professionals - Brake offers events to support professionals who work with road crash victims, to share good practice and help you empathetically liaise with this highly vulnerable group. See our events.

Support for crash victims - Brake offers free support resources to people bereaved in crashes, providing emotional support. Find out more.

Sudden - An initiative by Brake sharing best practice among professionals working with people bereaved by a sudden death. Find out more on our Sudden website and sign up for free bulletins.