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A major crash can have a far-
reaching impact, not just on those
involved or at the scene, but also
on family, friends and workmates.
To help those affected deal
with the psychological distress
caused after a major crash, Road
Trauma Support WA (RTSWA) was
launched late last year.
RTSWA is a not-for-profit
support and counselling service
provided by the Injury Control
Council of WA, with funding from
the Road Trauma Trust Account.
Road Trauma Support WA
provides free information,
support, counselling and
prevention education to those
affected by road trauma, including
anyone injured or involved in
a crash, those dealing with a
bereavement, family, carers and
friends or those who may have
caused a road trauma.
It is the first service of its kind
in WA providing dedicated road
trauma support. l
To find out more about the services
offered visit rtswa.org.au,
call 9420 7262, Freecall 1300 004 814
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
for RAC Council
Nominations for election
to the Council of The Royal
Automobile Club of W.A.
(Incorporated) close at
12 noon on Thursday
31 July 2014.
Prospective nominees are referred to Rule 11.3
of the Club which reads:
“11.3 (a) Except in the case of retiring Councillors
who are eligible and offer themselves for election
or re-election under rule 11.3(c) and subject to rule
13.1(b)(ii), a person must be nominated by at least
25 Members who are Voting Members as at the
date of lodgement of the nomination form.
11.3 (b) The procedures to be followed in
conducting the nomination process must be set
out in the By-Laws, including the requirements for
the nomination form and the date by which the
nomination form is required to be lodged.”
By-Law 5.1 provides:
“5.1 (a) The Chief Executive will provide a
nomination form to any Member who requests one.
5.1 (c) The nomination form must be
signed by: (i) each nominator; (ii) each Candidate to
signify his consent to a nomination, as being a true
and correct record of the information provided.
5.1 (d) The duly completed nomination form
must be lodged with the Chief Executive no later
than 12 noon on the last business day of July or
such other date as the Council may decide in the
year of the election.
5.1 (e) If the Candidate’s nomination form is
incomplete or the information provided is false or
misleading, the Returning Officer may declare a
nomination invalid and the Candidate ineligible
Nomination Forms may be obtained on application
to the Chief Executive, RAC, 832 Wellington Street,
West Perth, after 1 July 2014. Nominations to fill
four vacancies on the Council of the RAC will close
at 12 noon on 31 July 2014. Retiring members of
Council are eligible for re-election.
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During a storm, power lines are
at risk of being brought down by
the force of the wind or may be
cut by another structure falling
Motorists who come across a
fallen power line should exercise
extreme caution. Electricity can ‘arc’
or jump up to six metres, so even
if you’re not close enough to be in
contact with the lines, you may still
be at risk of electrocution. Stand a
minimum of six metres away.
You should never touch anything
else that may be in contact with
a fallen power line, such as tree
If your car is in contact with a
power line, if possible remain inside
until the power is switched off. If
you do need to evacuate because
of another danger make sure
you’re not in contact with the car
and the ground as the same time.
You should jump clear of the car
and, once clear, move a minimum
of six metres away. l
If you come across a fallen power line
call Western Power’s 24-hour emergency
number 13 13 51.
Stay safe around
fallen power lines
Free road-trauma support service
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