Developing PBF Presenters

RAC recently hosted a training and personal development day for the PBF Road presenters in WA, facilitated by Symon Still.

RYDA 3.2 is here!

There is no better time than now to equip young people with the tools and knowledge they need to stay safe on the road.

The Ripple Effect

When you are faced with a choice you should think about the possible outcomes for others - I was fortunate to have a second chance.

Attitude Shift

I know why workplace safety is vital because I live with the consequences of being blasé about safety.

Love Your Life

Donations such as those from ABACUS ALS enables PBF Australia to help people with spinal cord injuries conduct tasks as simple as elevating their own feet.

Termite Protectors Protecting Their Workforce

Every single day approximately 273 Australians, family members, loved ones are involved in a serious workplace incident.

Switching On Safety

TAFE Queensland is constantly working to improve its safety culture and through the partnership with PBF Australia has taken a step in the right direction.

Your Goals In 2017

When someone incurs a spinal cord injury (SCI) there are many aspects of their life that are effected. Making financial ends meet is not one that is spoken about.

I Just Wanted To Run

One of PBF's goals is to demonstrate that life can and does go on after a spinal cord injury. James is living proof.

Stay Safe These Holidays

The Christmas/New Year holiday period in Australia represents one of the highest risk periods for incurring a spinal cord injury.