“we establish a Keys Please Kiosk at all Festivals, events & parties at which alcohol and driving are likely to be combined.”
STEER project, with support from an FRRR ABC Heywire Youth Innovation Grant and Transport for NSW, are establishing Keys Please Kiosks at festivals, community events and private parties. Keys Please Kiosks positively influence driver behaviour by creating a person-to-person connection at the ‘coal face’ i.e. where choices about safe drinking and transport are made.
A Simple Plan
- encourage drivers to register as they arrive at a festival, event and/or party;
- offer drivers safe celebrating information, resources and alcohol alternatives;
- encourage drivers to have a breathtest prior to leaving a festival, event and/or party;
- offer drivers safe transport information & resources
We have 3 levels of Keys Please Kiosk:
We made some interesting discoveries at Splendour in the Grass 2014… click here .
To book a Keys Please Kiosk Kit for your private party and event…
To purchase your own pocket breathalyser CLICK HERE.
Fore more information about Keys Please Kiosks please contact Phil Preston:
m – 0414 809 330
e - firstname.lastname@example.org
For access to Mullum Music Festival Keys Please Kiosk Volunteer Information click here.