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TrackSAFE NZ

TrackSAFE NZ is a charitable trust governed by a Board of Directors.

It was incorporated under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957 and aims to raise awareness about rail safety in New Zealand and educate the public on how to keep themselves safe around tracks and trains.

In doing so, TrackSAFE aims to prevent harm and reduce the number of collisions and near collisions on the New Zealand rail corridor.  

TrackSAFE NZ is closely affiliated with harm prevention charity TrackSAFE in Australia.

The two organisations signed a memorandum of understanding which recognises their common interests and commitment to promoting safety and reducing incidents in both countries.  

TrackSAFE NZ predominantly focuses on education and awareness raising activities which include:

  • Rail safety advertising 
  • Publicity and media relations 
  • Awareness raising events and campaigns 
  • Promoting best practice safety education to schools and the rail industry

TrackSAFE also works closely with key stakeholder groups – acting as an advocate for ongoing improvement in the rail and road network to eliminate hazards and reduce incidents.


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Truckies voice safety concerns at level crossings

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Improving safety at railway level crossings will only happen if there is a cohesive and joint effort by central and local Government, rail, road and trucking organisations and Police according to New Zealand’s heavy vehicle drivers.  Read more

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