TrackSAFE’s activities are focussed on advocacy, prevention and supporting the wellbeing of the rail workforce through training and resources.

TrackSAFE partners with leaders like Lifeline Australia to promote community-based crisis services, and advocates for mental health awareness amongst the rail workforce, providing training in mental health first aid and trauma management. TrackSAFE delivers events and education to raise community awareness of safety on and around rail.

Accidental Counsellor Training

For people who would like to be able to safety and effectively support those who are in distress.

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Mental Health First Aid Training

Mental Health First Aid standard course for groups of 10 – 22 adults.

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Suicide Prevention

Activities that aim to reduce access to the rail corridor, encourage individuals in crisis to seek help and encourage others to intervene if there is someone in distress.

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Trauma Management Framework

For the rail industry providing the basis for training and other awareness resources.

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Stand Back Look Up (Metro)

Resources available for different age groups as well as information for teachers, parents, community members and rail staff. 

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Watch Out For Trains (Regional)

Whether you’re a local or just passing through…Expect the Unexpected. Watch out for trains on regional roads.

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Level Crossing Safety

TrackSAFE works with governments and rail operators to reduce the risk of incidents at level crossings.

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School Education

Resources for school students about how to stay safe around and on trains, trams and the light rail.

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A self-help App to help you manage stress and build long term resilience.

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