Hazard Response



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The recent newspapers have had articles about Dixon's Hazard Response, demonstrating their ability to handle dangerous situations effectively.


On the 31st of march 2024 at 05:45, I received a call for assistance regarding a motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival, I found debris scattered all over the road and the occupants of the vehicle nowhere to be seen. Witnesses informed me that the police had been notified but hadn't attended yet, so I contact them again. A vehicle from Kwinana arrived soon after, impounding the car pending investigation. It was later revealed that the vehicle had been reported stolen on Thursday.

Shortly before 4pm on the 30th of March 2024, I attended to a severe two-vehicle collision on the intersection of Ennis Avenue and Port Kennedy Drive. Upon my arrival, I observed a St John's ambulance and two tow trucks already present at the scene. Police Officers arrived at the same time I did, behind me.

I offered assistance in managing the situation., shutting down the left lane at the traffic lights using my vehicle and cones while also blocking off the right turn lane leading off Port Kennedy drive with additional cones.

The incident thankfully did not result in any serious injuries, however one person was transported to hospital via ambulance for further treatment

On the 30th of Maech I was able to provide assistance to a lady in need. Her car had broken down, her phone was malfunctioning, and she didn't have any money. I offered her my phone so that she could call for help and organize a tow truck to take her vehicle to a nearby holding yard until she could come back and collect it.

Almost 100km away from home and lost without knowing where she was or how to get to her partner, this woman found herself stranded with no means of communication nor transportation but thanks to some random who thought to message me got reunited with them at Cockburn after getting driven there safely by me from Mortimer exit to Armadale Road. 

A message on social media changed everything and helped this lady.

On the 24th of Maech around midnight, I got a distress message from an individual whose car wouldn't start anymore due to battery issues. Since the location wasn't too far away and timing worked out perfectly as I didn’t have any other jobs lined up then – so off went my trusty old jumper cables into action once again!

On the 23rd of March 2024 in the afternoon, I provided assistance to a couple whose vehicle had broken down on the road. I ensured their safety until the RAC Towing Contractor arrived at the scene.

On the 21st of March 2024, I attended a vehicle breakdown on the Kwinana freeway after Mundijong Road. The driver had previously tried to call Main Roads Western Australia to request an Incident Response Vehicle, but unfortunately, they were unable to send someone to assist. Despite this setback, I was available and able to keep them safe while they performed minor repairs on the vehicle.

Early on the 11th of March 2024 I attended a traffic accident on Anketell Road at Abercrombie Road. I kept the towie and drivers safe. 

On the 21st of March Whilst responding to another job I spotted a Single motor vehicle accident on Anketell Road. I kept the driver safe and waited with her for a towing services to attend. 

This driver had lost control and hit the bushland on Anketell Road.


Dixon's Hazard Response started in 2019. I went out one morning and removed lots of hazards. This was what I needed. 2019 was the worst year for me and this service gave me the pick me up I needed. Helping people is a massive bonus. The look on people's face when I help them is priceless.


I possess the necessary training and qualifications to serve as a traffic controller, including certification in basic worksite traffic management and traffic control. Additionally, I hold advanced First Aid credentials and my Heavy Vehicle Pilot Licence. I have completed specialized inductions for organizations such as Western Power, Water Corp, and City of Kwinana and so much more.


My service is more than just a job. Each time I attend a job, I make sure it aligns with my core set of values so I know I can deliver great results. My Values are DEDICATION, TRUST,  COMMITMENT, LOYALTY,  HONESTY,  RESPECT.