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Safety alert: Trailer brake interlock safety systems

ATA subcommittee the Industry Technical Council has created a safety alert on possible dangers relating to trailer brake interlock safety systems

ATA 2017 Annual Review

The ATA Annual Review details all of the work the ATA has been doing across all business areas across late-2016 to mid-2017.

Guide to braking and stability performance for heavy vehicles

This Guide provides brake and stability performance ratings for truck and trailer combinations, with varying brake technologies. It aims to assist the Australian road transport sector to achieve best practice in the braking and stability performance of heavy combination vehicles.

TAP- CERTIFIED LOAD RESTRAINT CURTAIN SYSTEMS

Certified Load Restraint Curtain - the complete manual and the procedure for compliance. The ATA Industry Techincal Council (ITC) produced this Technical Advisory Procedure (TAP) to provide operators with a better understanding of how to use Certified Load Restraint Curtain (CLRC) systems.

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Many trucking operators have serious concerns about the legal compliance of trucking industry contracts, as well as payment terms and other provisions that require them to accept risks that should belong to customers.
The ATA has listened to those concerns, and is taking action to provide information to the members of ATA associations.

This second edition of the ATA’s Truck Impact Chart shows that higher productivity trucks can reduce road damage and halve the number of trips required to move goods.

A report published by ATA Foundation Sponsor Volvo earlier this year found that Australia has a professional truck driver shortage, but there is a strong support for industry action to find a solution.

Certified Load Restraint Curtain - the complete manual and the procedure for compliance. The ATA Industry Techincal Council (ITC) produced this Technical Advisory Procedure (TAP) to provide operators with a better understanding of how to use Certified Load Restraint Curtain (CLRC) systems.