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The Trauma Service Westmead Hospital

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P.O. Box 533
Westmead NSW
Australia 2145

Over the previous years, we have developed a fantastic relationship with our interactive display organisations for the bstreetsmart event and their participation is vital in ensuring that bstreetsmart remains the most comprehensive road safety educational forum for high school students. The interactive displays are available over the three days for students and teachers to interact with and obtain current road safety information. The following is a showcase of what interactive displays are available at bstreetsmart.


Licence ready is a digital log book app for learners
The app and your learner account alone are all you need to complete and submit your log book. You can easily record every drive using the app.
Let your supervisor or driving instructor provide their signature to sign-off drives.

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There will be a “Rate the Risks”, “”Agree/Unsure/Disagree”” scenario activity, as well as an Inflatable Blue Datson and a Photo booth/competition Slide Show”

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The Australian Academy of Road Safety will be promoting road safety videos and the new digital log book app for the young drivers including new safety features.

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UbiCar is a safe driver application that measures and scores driving behaviour. We believe that by providing people with real feedback and rewarding good driving, we can make Australian roads safer.
In our first year at bstreetsmart, we’ll introduce ourselves to the next generation of road users and demonstrate how our application can assist them to become safer road users. Plus we have a HUGE prize on offer for the most creative safe driver!
We’ll also have information on hand for teachers to get their school involved in our next Safe Driver Competition to run in Term 4, 2018.

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Synapse

On our display we will have information about Brain Injury that is relevant to Students and Teachers, we will have “Brian the Brain” which will demonstrate parts and functions of the brain, brain shaped lollies and we will have vision impaired glasses and juggling balls for students to experience what life is like for someone who has experience vision impairment as a result of brain injury. Chat to our speakers you have seen in the morning program.

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Drug Health WSLHD

There will be interactive games with students using sporting equipment and beer goggles to show how alcohol and drugs affects our concentration and motor skills.

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State Emergency Service

The NSW State Emergency Service is a volunteer based organisation that assists the community in times of natural disasters such as Storms, Floods and Tsunami’s. The NSW State Emergency Service Display will showcase messages about the dangers of driving through flood waters. The display will incorporate a flood rescue scenario with a casualty trapped in a vehicle. We will also demonstrate using a simulated model “what lies beneath the surface of the flood water”. Volunteers from SES will be on hand to answer any questions relating to the dangers associated with flooding and entering flood water.

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Centre for Road Safety, Transport for NSW

The Centre for Road Safety, Transport for NSW will have number of exciting displays related to road safety including:

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NSW Ambulance Service

Staff from the NSW Ambulance Service of are on hand to answer any questions you may have about the Ambulance Service and can provide you with information on how to call for assistance in a medical emergency and the type of information you will need to provide to Triple Zero (000) ambulance call takers.

How to become a paramedic is a popular question from students. Take a tour of an ambulance.

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Brain Injury Awareness

At the Brain Injury Awareness stand students can speak with people who have experienced brain injury and live with the consequences every day of their lives. Staff from the Westmead Brain Injury Unit and the Brain Injury Association of NSW are available to answer questions.

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Westmead Hospital’s Emergency Department and Intensive Care

Students are given the opportunity to try some of the interventions that need to be performed to safely care for a trauma patient. These include moving a patient with a suspected spinal cord injury, protecting the airway, cardio-pulmonary resuscitation and defibrillation. Blood pumps, fitting of a cervical collar, splinting limbs & initial first aid treatments are also demonstrated.

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Fire & Rescue NSW

Fire & Rescue NSW are on hand to answer questions and display some of the equipment needed to carry out fire fighting and rescue.

This year a mock-up display of a crash involving a severely injured driver, pedestrian & an electrical hazard will give students some new insights.

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NSW Police Force

The Police cars & equipment are very popular displays. There is a LIDAR set up for students to view. We also have a Breathalyzer kit that can be used.

The beer goggles are used as an interactive display where games are played with people wearing the goggles and trying to walk a straight line. This gives a more realistic view of what happens after consuming alcohol.

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Organ and Tissue Donation

SWAHS Organ & Tissue Donation Team & volunteers from DonateLife NSW interact with students to share information about organ and tissue donation. There is an information quiz with the chance of winninga prize. Teacher’s packs are also available for distribution containing fact sheets & contact details.

There will be a photo booth where your photos can be uploaded to havethechat.com

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St John Ambulance Australia

The St John stand demonstrates the value of first aid in the critical minutes before professional help arrives. As students pass by, our narrator invites them to help the casualty on stage, challenging the audience to think about what they could do.

Our message “Learning to Drive – Learn first aid” positively impacts our teenage audience.

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LTrent Driving School

The LTrent Driving Simulation display includes two reflex testers, which show the distance traveled when a driver reacts to a problem such as the car in front stopping suddenly.

The point of the exercise is to emphasize the 3-second following rule and always leave enough space between themselves and the vehicle in front.

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Wheelchair Sports NSW Roadshow

The Roadshow raises awareness of wheelchair sport, creates a greater understanding of people with disabilities, encourages acceptance and integration and includes the “Arrive alive” message and associated road safety messages.

These points are further reinforced by the wheelchair basketball game where students experience what it’s like to be in a wheelchair.

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