Established in 2005, the Foundation has supported over 10,000 transport families through our 24/7 national 1300 support line; mobile health & support units which traverse transport corridors providing preventative health checks/general support; and our national respite facility. We also have support network across the country to assist those in need of critical incident response.
Our services are diverse, from assisting widows, families and workmates following accidents to supporting drivers suffering road trauma or other issues which can affect their ability to drive. Our work has proven to save lives, make our roads healthier and in turn saving company’s time, money and reduce the possibility of accidents/incidents.
The foundation’s goal is that all transport personnel are aware of our service and know about us without ever needing us, rather than one day needing us and not know about us.
In association with GP2U Telehealth we also offer an Online Doctor service available anywhere from Bourke to Timbuktu