Should you be driving?

Aussie drink-driving laws have similar penalties, but our BAC level is still at .05. This will be moved to .02 in the coming years.
Be safe for you, your family and the person you may injure because, you thought you were ‘ok to drive!’

SHOULD YOU BE DRIVING? DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE....EVER!

TEST YOURSELF NOW

Did you get your copy of the
FenceBuilder Newsletter?

You can view the newsletter here.

View the eNews Update Special - RBT Celebration

View all Past Issues here

THE IMPACT OF ALCOHOL MARKETING ON CHILDREN

The alcohol industry knows that if you want a customer for life, you need to get them young.
 
Coles-WorldCup-Landingpage-Header2In Australia, alcohol advertising is self-regulated by the industry - yes that's right,  as unfathomable as it may seem, the 'safe cracker is in charge of installing the safe!' - The current system is untenable and not only legislation needs to be introduced, but also a bottom up approach to changing how you and I see this 'amenity' fitting in our culture. One vehicle that can assist in helping lobby for changes that bring a legislation into place that will actually hold Alcohol industry to account and get alcohol advertising off the air and out of sport, is to use the AARB process. As members of the National Alliance for Action on Alcohol (NAAA) The Dalgarno Institute encourage everyone to use the Alcohol Advertising Review Board to make complaints about booze ads that impact schools, neighbourhoods, communities and of course on media, particularly online.
 
We encourage you to go to http://www.alcoholadreview.com.au/ (put it in your favourites). If you see an advertisement that you think is inappropriate, especially when it may impact kids, then go straight to this site and click on ‘MAKE YOUR COMPLAINT’.
 
The following clip is a great parody on the issue, and also check out one of Coles latest booze promotions using World Cup

View Video