The ATA does not support the rollout of voluntary electronic work diaries as proposed by the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator, ATA Safety and Skills Adviser Melissa Weller said today.
The Australian Government should save 148 lives in the coming years by mandating stability control for new trucks and trailers, the Chair of the Australian Trucking Association, Geoff Crouch, said today.
The ATA is now calling for nominations for the 2018 National Trucking Industry Awards.
Australia’s smartest innovators will head to Canberra this April to hack through one of the trucking industry’s most complex safety issues – driver fatigue management.
The Australian Trucking Association’s FatigueHACK will create new technologies, designs, products, partnerships and policy.
Australia’s governments need to put in place long term solutions to road safety as well as undertaking police blitzes, the Chair of the Australian Trucking Association, Geoff Crouch, said today.
The NSW Government and the trucking industry will work together on a plan to improve truck safety.
Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey said industry has the expertise, knowledge and understanding to improve safety and productivity for heavy vehicles and in turn for all motorists.
The Australian Trucking Association with TruckSafe is the latest to join the National Road Safety Partnership Program (NRSPP) as a new partner.
TruckSafe accredited operators should be well positioned to meet changes to the chain of responsibility laws, says Chair of TruckSafe, Ferdie Kroon.
The trucking industry welcomes the Australian Government’s commitment to engaging with industry on road reform, the Chair of the Australian Trucking Association, Geoff Crouch, said today.
The trucking industry welcomes today’s announcement that Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce will be appointed as the new Infrastructure and Transport Minister, the Chair of the Australian Trucking Association, Geoff Crouch, said today.