The TAC supports people injured in transport accidents. We, along with our road safety partners actively campaign to reduce the incidence of road trauma through road safety initiatives.
Motorists in Victoria pay a transport accident charge as part of their registration. This charge funds the TAC, and pays for treatment and support services for people injured in transport accidents.
The TAC is a Victorian-government owned organisation guided by a Board of Management. The BoM comprises experienced and respected Directors from across the Victorian community.
The TAC's Executive Leadership team report to the Board of Management and oversee the TAC's operations.
Find out what values are central to our culture and help us guide how we work with our clients, providers and with each other.
Working in partnership with other like organisations, the TAC undertakes and supports research with two focusses - to improve outcomes for our clients and to help reduce road trauma in Victoria.
The TAC is subject to the Victorian Freedom of Information Act 1982 which gives any person the right to access information. Our FOI team can assist you with FOI requests.
The Protected Disclosures Act 2012 (formerly Whistleblowers Protection Act 2001) supports the Government's commitment to the principles of open, honest and accountable governance and is designed to protect the public interest.
The TAC is committed to protecting the funds and other assets placed under its control and protection for the benefit of the people of Victoria, and will not tolerate fraudulent or corrupt activities.
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