Thousands of residents have been invited to ‘have their say’ in the Toowoomba Region’s biggest safety survey.
Released by the Safer Toowoomba Regional Partnerships (STRP) group, the survey is asking locals what they think are the biggest issues relating to health and safety.
STRP Chair Cr Geoff McDonald said by participating, community members would help shape the region’s future.
“By investing around 10 minutes of your time and completing this survey, you’ll be making an investment in the security of future generations,” Cr McDonald said.
Queensland Police Service Superintendent Mark Kelly said the survey would ultimately make the region a safer and healthier place to live.
Toowoomba Hospital Executive Director Shirley-Anne Gardiner said there was nothing as important as the health, safety and wellbeing of our community members. “Many of the key drivers of health reside in our everyday living and working conditions,” she said.
Information will be collected from residents aged 18 years and over living in the Toowoomba Regional Council area about their perceptions of health and safety in the region.
To take part and help make a difference in your community, visit: https://yoursay.tr.qld.gov.au/
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