Who Are We

Board and Management

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DES ALFIREVICH

Chairman
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ANTON FOUCHE

Deputy Chairman
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KEITH MCALLAN

Commissioner
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MICHAEL NICHOLLS

Commissioner
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CHRIS BENNETT

Commissioner
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BRAD LUDLOW

Commissioner
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LAWSON DIXON

General Manager
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CECILIA CAMARRI

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JANE EVANS-RULAND

Executive Assistant

Risk and Audit Committee

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ANTON FOUCHE

Chairperson
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CHRIS BENNETT

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MICHAEL NICHOLLS

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DES ALFIREVICH

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LAWSON DIXON

Safety, Training & Education Committee

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BRAD LUDLOW

Chairperson
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DES ALFIREVICH

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ALLAN BAIN

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RAY HALE

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ROBERT GODDARD

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GLEN VINCENT

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CHAD DOUGLAS

Steward Committee

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KEITH MCALLAN

Chairman
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DEBRA VAN DEN BOGERT

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MARTIN LAUGHTON

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PETER GRIFFITHS

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ROB INGRAM

About WA Speedway Commission

The WA Speedway Commission is a not-for-profit sporting association appointed as State Sporting Association for Speedway in Western Australia. The Commission is a democratically formed body, made up of a Board, Advisory Committees, management and office administration support.

 

  • The Commission is directly answerable to the WA State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries
  • The Commission is responsible for delivering safety oversight and training processes for the sport of Speedway in WA

 

The Commission provides services to a broad range of speedway stakeholders, including:

  • Clubs / promoters
  • Associations and racing divisions
  • Local government and/or land owners
  • Government insurers (local and state level)
  • Industry insurers

Vision

To become the Peak Body for Safety Education in Speedway across Western Australia

 

Mission

Delivering Safety Education and Training in Speedway across Western Australia. Our business is to implement the Four Pillars of Safety developed in the Speedway Safety Governance Framework.

What we do

The role of the WA Speedway Commission is to:

  • Promote and assist in delivery of safe speedway across WA
  • Provide independent and impartial advice, and work with speedways to continually improve safety
  • Provide advice and information to Clubs and Associations, but also to local government land owners and other stakeholders about risk and possible areas of liability
  • Develop and promote systems, specifications and guidelines for consistency in speedway safety procedures across WA
  • Deliver speedway training and accreditation programs across WA for stewards, officials and scrutineers.
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