Frequently Asked Questions

How is ARSC 2022 different from previous conferences?

ARSC2022 will be a hybrid event to accommodate delegates face-to-face in Christchurch and virtually, from anywhere in the world. Going hybrid will allow people who, for a variety of reasons, will not be able to join the face-to-face conference in Christchurch to participate. As such, this initiative will bring together road safety stakeholders and decision-makers from Australasia and international jurisdictions to facilitate collaboration and information sharing in a way that has not previously been possible.

Why is ARSC 2022 a hybrid conference?

Making ARSC2022 more accessible helps the conference achieve its underlying mission to facilitate the transfer of knowledge across all sectors, upgrading skills and building road safety capacity and to increase diversity and inclusion across all sectors and communities.

What is the difference between a Face-to-Face Delegate and a Virtual Delegate?

You can find a clear description of each type of registration type and its benefits here.

Once registered as a Face-to-Face Delegate, can I change my registration to a Virtual Delegate? Or vice versa?

Yes, changes either way will be possible, depending on event capacity. We strongly recommend registering as a face-to-face delegate which will give you access all sessions on-demand as well. You can read more about registration terms and conditions here.

What measures are in place to keep ARSC 2022 safe?

We are working closely with the Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre to ensure that measures are in place to keep ARSC2022 face-to-face delegates safe.

Will all sessions be available on-demand?

Yes, all sessions, those recorded remotely and those recorded in Christchurch will be available on-demand to face-to-face and virtual delegates for 6 months from the conclusion of ARSC2022.

What time zones will be used?

The schedules for ARSC2022 will refer to New Zealand Standard Time (NZST) (UTC +12:00). Virtual delegates are urged to join the sessions when they are broadcast live. However, delegates who are unable to join the virtual session when they are scheduled will be able to access the session on-demand.

If you have any further questions regarding ARSC 2022 or registration please contact


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