RescuED is a road safety and education initiative of the Fire & Rescue NSW where firefighters with experience in motor vehicle rescue, deliver an innovative motor vehicle accident prevention program to potential learner drivers in high schools.

RescuED aims to reduce the frequency and severity of the tragedy and trauma caused by motor vehicle accidents within 17 — 25 year olds.

It also represents an extension of FRNSW community risk management activities beyond fire safety into road safety and reaches an important audience of potential learner drivers in high schools.

For more information visit the FRNSW website.