The ATA has today thanked CHEP Australia for their willingness to work with the transport and logistics industry.
Yesterday, major freight rail operator Pacific National banned truck drivers from its toilets, changerooms and kitchens.
The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has thanked Pacific National for changing its policy to allow truck drivers access to its toilets, changerooms and kitchens.
The ATA has called for all customer sites and distribution centres in the transport supply chain to ensure their facilities are safe and accessible to truck drivers during the coronavirus pandemic.
TruckSafe has been recognised for its strong safety management culture and proactive approach to fleet safety, winning two national road safety awards.
The ATA has today announced the finalists for the 2020 National Trucking Industry Awards, recognising businesses and individuals who have gone above and beyond the requirements of their role to improve their workplace and the industry.
The Australian Trucking Association has today welcomed new protocols to that implement the National Cabinet decision to keep truck stops and roadhouses open.
The Australian Trucking Association and transport newspaper Big Rigs have launched a national campaign to encourage truck stops and roadhouses to keep their toilets, showers and driver lounges open.
The National Cabinet’s decision that truck stops can stay open recognises that truck drivers are essential workers and deserve support, Australian Trucking Association Chair Geoff Crouch said today.
The Australian Government’s new JobKeeper payments will support trucking businesses – including up to 28,900 owner drivers – that experience substantial falls in turnover, ATA Chair Geoff Crouch said today.