About Us

TRANSAFE WA is a not-for-profit industry initiative with the vision of aiding the delivery of safer transport industry workplaces and roads by fostering and promoting safer practices. We deliver events and projects for both the road transport industry and the general public focused on safe heavy vehicle operations and interactions.

To date, TRANSAFE WA has held Road Transport Industry Safety Forums in Perth, Geraldton, Albany, Bunbury, Kalgoorlie, Karratha, Port Hedland and Esperance.

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TRANSAFE WA offers a range of memberships options from Individual Memberships & Safety Supporter Memberships to Safety Partnerships.

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Our Sponsors

The TRANSAFE WA Committee of Management and Staff would like to acknowledge our generous sponsors. The commitment and support from our sponsors allows us to deliver our great road transport industry safety initiatives.


These pages contain information specific to safe heavy vehicle operation and interaction in WA:

Our Road Transport Industry Safety Forums

TRANSAFE WA holds Road Transport Industry Safety Forums across Western Australia. Focusing on education for drivers, best practice in safety, sharing case studies, and the industry needs and risks.

Our Industry Safety forums have provided an opportunity for members of the industry to network, and interact directly with industry decision makers. The aim of these events is to collectively make a difference to road transport industry safety and professionalism in WA.

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Latest News


The Waroona Show: 5th of October – This event is proudly sponsored by The Waroona Ag Society & Mitchell’s Livestock Transport

The TRANSAFE WA Safety Truck iNSTRUCKTA! will be at The Waroona Show on the 5th of October 2024. Come and visit iNSTRUCKTA! at the show and learn how to safely interact with trucks via our virtual re

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The June 2024 edition of WA Transport Magazine. Click here to read the full magazine.

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More Than Just Games

Click here to read this article written by Ezra Kaye from Curtin University about how research has found an interesting link between playing video games and better driving performance.

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Rob Sharpe, Executive Officer