The Mechanical Services Manager for FBT Transwest in Victoria, John Schulze, is the 2012 winner of the Craig Roseneder Award for Technical and Maintenance Excellence in the Workshop.
Truck technology and maintenance are the focus of attention for 200 trucking industry delegates this week, with the 2012 PACCAR & Dealer TMC now underway at the Automotive Centre of Excellence in the Melbourne docklands.
The Business Tax Working Group’s proposal to remove the statutory effective life caps on trucks and trailers would make it harder for trucking businesses to upgrade their older trucks to safer and more environmentally friendly models, the Chief Executive of the Australian Trucking Association, Stuart St Clair, said today.
The Australian Trucking Association has today announced the three finalists for the 2012 Craig Roseneder Award.
The Craig Roseneder Award recognises technical and maintenance excellence in the workshop by an individual, and celebrates the professionalism of the men and women who work behind the scenes in the trucking industry’s workshops.
The trucking industry’s safety accreditation program, TruckSafe, is pleased to announce the appointment of NatRoad Chief Executive Officer Chris Melham to the TruckSafe Board.
TruckSafe is the trucking industry’s leader in business and risk management and is aimed at improving the safety and professionalism of trucking operators nationwide. Trucking operators accredited under TruckSafe are twice as safe as non-accredited operators.
The Australian Government’s National Land Freight Strategy will boost productivity and safety on the roads, the Chief Executive of the Australian Trucking Association, Stuart St Clair, said today.
The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has welcomed the VicRoads Road to Respect campaign – which presents the ATA’s safety exhibition trailer, the Road Ahead, in an all-new livery.
The national truck laws passed by the Queensland Parliament yesterday are a huge step toward improving safety and reducing red tape for the trucking industry, the Chairman of the Australian Trucking Association, David Simon, said today.
As part of its program for TruckWeek 2012, the ATA hosted a breakfast for politicians at Parliament House this morning, highlighting the dangers and prevalence of sleep disorders in Australia’s truck drivers.
TruckWeek is a week-long national celebration highlighting the achievements of the trucking industry, and runs until this Saturday.
As part of the shared celebrations for TruckWeek 2012 and Hearing Awareness Week, the Australian Trucking Association and the Deafness Forum of Australia have released hearing fact sheets specifically for trucking operators and truck drivers.
TruckWeek 2012 celebrates the achievements of Australia’s trucking industry, while Hearing Awareness Week aims to raise awareness about the 22 per cent of Australians aged 15 and over who are deaf or have a hearing impairment. Both TruckWeek 2012 and Hearing Awareness Week this year run from 19-25 August.