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parents

Youthsafe helps parents support their kids to better manage risk as they grow to adulthood, particularly with learning to drive and increasing independence.

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teachers and instructors

Youthsafe offers risk and safety classroom sessions for primary and high school students. Training for Safer Driver Course providers, learner driver mentors and sports coaches.

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Businesses

Youthsafe customises training for supervisors and workers to support behavioural change for improved workplace safety culture and HSE outcomes.

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community organisations

Youthsafe trains disadvantaged youth cohorts in their community to be responsible road users; supporting them with driving lessons and helping with the licensing process.

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FREE school sessions

Brought to you by WestConnex | Transurban, Youthsafe’s road safety sessions for young drivers and passengers help students navigate the road safety risks they face.

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parents

Youthsafe helps parents support their kids to better manage risk as they grow to adulthood, particularly with learning to drive and increasing independence.

Slide 1

teachers and instructors

Youthsafe offers risk and safety classroom sessions for primary and high school students. Training for Safer Driver Course providers, learner driver mentors and sports coaches.

Slide 1

Businesses

Youthsafe customises training for supervisors and workers to support behavioural change for improved workplace safety culture and HSE outcomes.

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community organisations

Youthsafe trains disadvantaged youth cohorts in their community to be responsible road users; supporting them with driving lessons and helping with the licensing process.

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WestConnex school sessions

Brought to you by WestConnex, Youthsafe’s road safety presentations for young drivers and passengers help students navigate the road safety risks they face.

Injury is the leading cause of death and disability of young people in Australia. (AIHW 2011)

Young drivers constitute 15% of all licence holders while being almost 25% of annual road fatalities.
(Transport for NSW 2022)

On average, every 4 minutes and 24 seconds a young person is injured in an Australian workplace.
(Safe Work Australia 2013)

The rate of sports injury hospitalisations is highest in the 18-24 year age group. (AIHW: Kreisfeld et al. 2014)

Youthsafe partners to prevent the ‘accidental’ injury of young people (14-26 years) where they are most at risk: on roads, in workplaces, playing sport and socialising.

Our evidence-based resources and award-winning face-to-face and online training build the capability of young people and their key adult influencers to achieve safer outcomes.

Who we work With

Areas We Focus On

Roads

Youthsafe is committed to improving road safety by supporting novice drivers, their passengers and other road users.

We conduct safety sessions and provide resources to driving course providers, mentors, and Driver Licensing Access Program volunteers.

Work

Youthsafe is committed to enhancing workplace safety cultures by focusing on worker attitudes and behaviour.

We conduct sessions for students transitioning to work, for employees, and for supervisors new to supervising young workers. 

Sport

Youthsafe supports sports coaches to better engage with teenage
players for retention, wellbeing and enhanced safety.

Coaching Teens is an interactive workshop for coaches of any sport, conducted online or face-to-face, to help improve safety.

Socialising

Youthsafe helps young people take responsibility for managing social harm.

We provide training and resources for senior students or youth groups on ways young people can proactively plan and manage their widening social lives while keeping safe.

Our Partners

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