Trucking operators and employees who have lost income have just ten days left to apply for the Disaster Income Recovery Subsidy.
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The Australian Government should compare the safety benefits and costs of safe rates against other road safety measures before going ahead with the concept.
Trucking operators across Australia will go to the polls next week in the industry’s 2011 election.
ATA’s National Policy Manager has been invited to speak at one of the world’s leading research facilities into heavy vehicle safety.
The ATA is reminding owner drivers and small fleet operators they have only a week to nominate or register for the 2011 ATA elections.
TruckSafe, the trucking industry’s own business and safety management scheme, has welcomed Queensland trucking manager Darren Nolan to its board.
The Australian Trucking Association, is looking to recognise acts of bravery by the country’s truck drivers during the floods.
Trucking companies should not despatch trucks to south east Queensland or northern New South Wales unless they know their trucks can get through safely.
The trucking industry’s 2011 elections are underway, with nominations and voter registrations now open.
The Australian Trucking Association is urging the industry’s customers to take into consideration the delays caused by flooding.