1. STOP RABS!
- Ensure that the RABS Bill remains a Bill!
- Remain gatekeepers of the Portfolio Committee of Transport (PCoT) for any RAF and RABS matters.
- Keep engaging all relevant Members of Parliament and Governmental bodies on finding solutions for the RAF system.
2. RAF RESCUE
- Change primary focus to RAF solutions.
- Expand Parliamentary interaction to various committees now.
- Circulate a framework ‘RAF Rescue’ plan & distribute it for review by all stakeholders.
3. PUBLIC SUPPORT
- Website: ‘Need Help’ functionality in English, Afrikaans, Xhosa, Zulu, Tswana.
- Social media: Promote awareness, share information and ‘Need Help’ via Facebook.
- Advertise: Targeted radio and print media; to achieve the above.
4. STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT
- ID, map and plan for stakeholders – people, groups or organisations that could affect RAF/ RAF Rescue plan & RABS.
- Design, implement and monitor an engagement plan to achieve the required support.
- Continue to try and move beyond doing the bare minimum on a shoe-string budget.
- To prevent RABS and to facilitate positive and sustainable change in the medico-legal field, we need money!
- Expand social media reach – emphasis on APRAV’s strategy & positive content and support.
- Create specific content – including some audiovisual.
- PR through focused media exposure – national and regional.
Aprav is a non-profit and voluntary association that seeks to interact with the following stakeholders:
- Road accident victims and their families.
- The tax payers/public in general
- The Road Accident Fund.
- Relevant professional bodies.
- Other interested organisations, i.e. human rights organisations
- The legal and medico-legal fraternities (attorneys, medical experts, actuaries, administrators, etc.)
- The Government of the Republic of South Africa, political parties and associated bodies
- The media