06 June 2013
Diabetes medical standard updated
The National Transport Commission has amended the Assessing Fitness to Drive medical standards to provide more information
for medical practitioners assessing drivers with insulin-treated diabetes.
Under the standards, a commercial driver with insulin-treated diabetes can hold a conditional licence subject to at least an annual review, taking into consideration the nature of the driving task and information provided by a specialist in endocrinology or diabetes on whether a number of criteria are met, including that the condition is satisfactorily controlled.
The amendment changes the definition of satisfactorily controlled for both private and commercial drivers to read:
When assessing whether the criteria for a conditional licence are met, for the purposes of the assessment diabetes can generally be considered to be “satisfactorily controlled” if there is a glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c) level of less than 9.0% (75 mmol/mol) measured within the preceding three months, as against a general goal of less than 7.0% in people with diabetes. A HbA1c level of 9.0% or higher should usually trigger a formal consultation and assessment by a specialist or
clinician experienced in the management of diabetes, in order to assess fitness to drive. [Amendment bolded]
Because commercial drivers with insulin-treated diabetes must be reviewed by specialists, the revised wording makes it clear that the definition provides guidance only: specialists can make their own clinical judgements about whether drivers are fit to drive.
The amendment also applies to non-specialist medical practitioners conducting driver licensing assessments for private vehicle drivers.
TruckSafe uses Assessing Fitness to Drive as its medical standard. Specialists conducting medical assessments of TruckSafe drivers with insulin-dependent diabetes should apply the new definition now.
27 March 2013
Ron Crouch Transport joins TruckSafe
NSW based Ron Crouch Transport is the latest business to join the TruckSafe industry accreditation program.
Ron Crouch Transport was founded in 1978 by Ronald and Beverley Crouch, and remains 100 per cent family owned. It has more than 750 customers with the company fleet of 30 trucks and 47 trailers.
Based in Wagga Wagga, Ron Crouch Transport also operates depots in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Canberra to provide services right across Australia’s south-east corner.
Managing Director Geoff Crouch said his goal was to always live up to the company motto of ‘transport you can trust.’
“As far as I’m concerned, there’s nothing more important than knowing that our fleet is a safe, professional and reliable fleet,” Mr Crouch said.
“Our clients and staff alike deserve to know they can depend on our equipment and procedures. With training, maintenance, management and workplace health and safety standards, TruckSafe helps us ensure that our fleet is first-rate.”
TruckSafe Chairman Stephen Marley congratulated Ron Crouch Transport on becoming TruckSafe accredited.
“TruckSafe operators take the extra step of making their business as safe as possible,” Mr Marley said.
“Our members are dedicated to providing the safest possible service for their staff, their clients and the community at large.
“I’m delighted to welcome Ron Crouch Transport to the TruckSafe program. It will now join the list of TruckSafe members at http://www.trucksafe.com.au. If you want to deal with safe trucking businesses, use the TruckSafe businesses listed on our website.”
10 March 2013
TruckSafe auditor Nigel Smith has put together a best practice guide to help businesses keep up to date with their risk assessments.
It’s easy to rush through the risk assessment process, or skip it entirely if you and your business are in a busy period. However, it’s critical that you keep your risk assessments current.
It’s much easier to spend the time to do a quick pre-trip vehicle check than to deal with the consequences of a road accident.
Download the best practice risk assessment guide [PDF]
13 February 2013
Formula Chemicals gains TruckSafe accreditation
The TruckSafe industry safety accreditation program is proud to welcome Formula Chemicals (NSW) as its newest accredited member.
Formula Chemicals is one of Australia’s largest, privately owned chemical companies. Founded in 1973, Formula Chemicals provides a wide range of industrial and water treatment chemicals to clients from Albury to Taree.
Leigh Smart, the Director of Formula Chemicals, said the company philosophy has always been to directly service customers using the Formula Chemicals fleet in as safe a manner as possible.
“Safety is of major concern to us – the chemicals we deal with can be dangerous if handled incorrectly, so we make sure we keep up to date with all the latest training and regulations,” Mr Smart said.
“For example, all our trucks are specially designed to contain any spill in the event of an accident, are tracked by GPS, and replaced once they are three years old.
“Joining TruckSafe is one of the ways we go above and beyond the requirements of the law. Although the Formula Chemicals fleet is already NHVAS and RMS Clean Fleet accredited, the TruckSafe program gives us procedures and guidance to make our safety management systems top of the line.
“Our highest priority is keeping our drivers, customers, community and environment safe and healthy. TruckSafe helps us make sure we put safety first.”
The Chief Executive of the Australian Trucking Association, Stuart St Clair, congratulated Formula Chemicals for taking steps to become one of Australia’s safest trucking operators.
“If you use a TruckSafe accredited business, you know you’re dealing with a safe, professional operator,” Mr St Clair said.
“Transporting dangerous goods is an area that requires great care and attention to detail, and it’s great to see a company like Formula Chemicals taking their responsibilities so seriously.”
18 December 2012
TruckSafe welcomes two new members
NSW based Macquarie Valley Transport and Queensland business Australian Heavy Logistics are finishing the year on a high note, having been accepted as the newest members of the TruckSafe industry safety accreditation program.
Australian Heavy Logistics specialises in providing heavy logistics services to the oil, gas and mining industries, as well as undertaking major project work throughout Australia.
Managing Director of Australian Heavy Logistics, Chris Miers said TruckSafe accreditation was the natural progression in their continued efforts to honour their core business values.
“Our specialist staff pride ourselves in our uncompromising dedication to safety, the highest quality equipment, accountability for our actions and service, and integrity in our dealings with all. TruckSafe provides us with guidance on how to improve our performance even further into the future.”
Kevin and Lea Munro, the owners of Macquarie Valley Transport, said they aimed to improve their productivity with the benefits of TruckSafe’s fleet management protocols.
“We’re a general carrier, and transport a lot of farm chemicals for the cotton industry,” Mrs Munro said.
“Joining TruckSafe is our way of moving outside the square and setting our business up to go further in the future.”
TruckSafe Chairman Stephen Marley said he was pleased to welcome the new members to TruckSafe, becoming some of Australia’s safest trucking operators.
“TruckSafe is dedicated to assisting trucking operators to provide safe and professional service to their customers and the community at large,” he said.
“Joining TruckSafe is an action that benefits the operator, their staff and the community. I’d like to congratulate Macquarie Valley Transport and Australian Heavy Logistics on welcoming 2013 as TruckSafe accredited members.”
07 December 2012
Mainfreight Albury and Ballarat join TruckSafe
The trucking industry’s safety accreditation program, TruckSafe, is pleased to announce its newest members: Mainfreight Albury and Ballarat.
The Mainfreight (NZSX: MFT) name is well known, with its international network of road, rail, sea and air transport stretching through America, Asia, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Now, the Albury and Ballarat arms of its road freight network proudly wear the TruckSafe tick, marking them as some of Australia’s safest trucking operators.
TruckSafe Chairman Stephen Marley said he was delighted to welcome Mainfreight into the TruckSafe family.
“TruckSafe strives to improve safety outcomes for operators, and provide safe management systems to cope with the ever-changing business needs of the trucking industry,” Stephen said.
“We are excited to be joined by Mainfreight – a company that is genuinely committed to improving road safety.”
Maureen Kemp, Mainfreight’s National Compliance Manager, said joining the TruckSafe program was an easy choice.
“The TruckSafe program was recommended to us as their team of experts is able to provide us with up to date changes in legislation and advice on all matters concerning road safety,” Maureen said.
“Mainfreight is a company dedicated to making sure every single one of our trucks is a safe truck. TruckSafe helps us to make sure our record keeping is up to date, our vehicles are regularly maintained to the highest standard and our drivers are trained to be the most courteous and compliant on our roads.
“Mainfreight is a global company built on three pillars: Culture, Family and Philosophy. Our team members are passionate about providing the best service possible to our customers.
“Our philosophy is based around caring for the environment and the community, immaculate image and presentation and are we are an enduring company built by many good people not just a few. Our company motto refers to the belief that what sets us apart is the quality of our people and the special Mainfreight culture we are all so proud of.”
21 November 2012
GBR Transport – Australia’s newest TruckSafe member
The trucking industry’s safety accreditation program, TruckSafe, is pleased to announce its newest member, GBR Transport.
GBR Transport is fully Australian owned company with a fleet of 12 prime movers, 6 refrigerated trailers and 6 refrigerated rigid trucks based in Carrum Downs, Victoria.
GBR General Manager Paul English said the company decided to join TruckSafe as an important step toward ensuring they were abiding by all their legal requirements.
“As part of TruckSafe, we’ve changed the way we do a lot of things. The TruckSafe standards give us confidence that our drivers are fit for work, our vehicles are roadworthy, our maintenance is up to scratch and our workshop has clear procedures to follow,” Mr English said.
The Chief Executive of the Australian Trucking Association, Stuart St Clair, congratulated GBR Transport for taking steps to become one of Australia’s safest trucking operators.
“If you use a TruckSafe accredited business, you know you’re dealing with a safe, professional operator,” Mr St Clair said.
“TruckSafe operators are required to meet rigorous standards in management, maintenance, workplace safety and driver health, and training. Being TruckSafe accredited is not just a matter of ticking boxes, but changing the way you do business.
“There are lots of accreditation programs out there, but TruckSafe is the only one that changes a business’s safety culture.
“Independent statistics show that TruckSafe operators are twice as safe as non-accredited operators, while insurance statistics from National Transport Insurance show that TruckSafe operators make a third fewer insurance claims than non-accredited operators.”
TruckSafe is formally recognised in Victoria as an industry code of practice under the state’s road safety law.
03 November 2012
TruckSafe Manager visits Tasmania
National TruckSafe Manager Justin Fleming and TruckSafe Deputy Chairman Owen Driscoll travelled to Hobart last week to attend the Tasmanian Transport Association’s annual dinner.
Justin said the trip was an excellent opportunity to catch up with several of TruckSafe’s Tasmanian members, and has made plans to return in the new year to continue meeting with local operators.
“It was especially good to see Phil, Janice and the team from Lloyd’s North, who were finalists in this year’s John Kelly TruckSafe Memorial Award,” he said.
“I was also able to meet with Minister for Infrastructure, David O’Byrne, who is very supportive of the TruckSafe program in Tasmania.
“I’d like to thank everyone who took the time to meet with Owen and me during this trip, and look forward to seeing all of our Tasmanian members on my return trip with the TruckSafe ute next year.”
02 November 2012
Jacinta McCaulay named Safety Ambassador of the Year
Jacinta Macaulay from Ron Finemore Transport has this week been recognised as the Safe Work Australia 2012 Safety Ambassador of the year.
The award was presented by the Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, Bill Shorten, at a ceremony in Parliament House.
Jacinta is a Return to Work and Claims Officer at Ron Finemore Transport, which has been a member of the TruckSafe industry accreditation program since 2004.
Jacinta received the award in recognition for her work in identifying and creating methods to minimise common truck related injuries, including the development of a Fifth Wheel Coupling Aid and retro fitting of chequer plating to truck access ladders.
She also introduced the ‘Air Hawk Truck Seat’ to minimise injuries for truck drivers and helped develop work health and safety training for new starters
25 May 2012
TruckSafe winners at National Trucking Industry Awards
TruckSafe members found themselves well represented at the 2012 National Trucking Industry Awards, presented at the ATA Foundation Sponsors Gala Dinner in Parramatta on Friday.
The TruckSafe John Kelly Memorial Award, proudly sponsored by Austbrokers AEI Transport, went to Cleary Bros Pty Ltd, based in Port Kembla, NSW. Steve Crandell, Transport Manager, and Les Lipinski, Maintenance Manager, were thrilled to accept the award.
“This award is everything, everything we’ve worked to achieve. John was a driving force to get us into the TruckSafe program to begin with,” Mr Crandell said.
“TruckSafe is making a real difference for putting out for tenders, and we’re building from strength to strength.”
Mr Lipinski added, “I’m proud to have safe trucks on our roads, that’s what it’s all about.”
The Outstanding Contribution to the Australian Trucking Industry Award, sponsored by Foundation Sponsors BP Australia, NTI and Volvo Group Australia, went to Tony McGrath of McGrath Newcastle.
Tony is a TruckSafe Director, and McGrath Newcastle a proud TruckSafe member.
“The industry has been my whole life since I left school. It’s all I’ve ever done and all I’ve wanted to do. The industry has been very kind to me, and tonight’s award makes me a pretty proud truckie,” he said.
The winner of the Highway Guardian Award, sponsored by Continental Tyres Australia, was Tim Chellas from Linfox Linehaul, the first TruckSafe-accredited Linfox division. Tim discovered during his obligatory TruckSafe pre-trip check that his in-cab fire extinguisher was faulty. He replaced the extinguisher, and one month later used it to save a fellow truck driver’s life as his B-double rolled and began to burn.
While Tim said he had just done what anyone would do, Warren Kaeding, Linfox National Compliance Manager, said that the award was a triumph for both Tim and Linfox’s compliance program.
“If Tim had not completed the pre-trip check that is obligatory through our membership in the TruckSafe Industry Accreditation program, we would be telling the horror story of a man burned to death in his cab, not of Tim’s heroic rescue,” Warren said.
See the full list of winners and their stories
09 May 2012
Angus Draheim appointed to TruckSafe Industry Accreditation Council
The ATA has appointed the Assistant Project Director of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) project, Angus Draheim, as a member of the TruckSafe Industry Accreditation Council (TIAC).
TIAC’s primary role is to review and make recommendations about operators wishing to enter or renew with the TruckSafe industry accreditation program. TIAC also makes recommendations to the TruckSafe Board to improve TruckSafe standards and audits.
Angus joined the Queensland Department of Transport in 2001, and has been involved in vehicle, freight and safety engineering roles. Before joining the NHVR project office, he held the roles of Assistant Director of Vehicles and Road Use, and Director of Freight and Vehicle Systems Strategy.
TIAC is chaired by Professor Michael Coper, the Dean of Law at the Australian National University.
“I’d like to welcome Angus to the council, and look forward to working with him,” Michael said.
“He’s very well qualified to carry on the important work of TIAC in promoting high safety standards and best practice in the trucking industry.”
23 February 2012
TruckSafe speed management rules
This week has seen a great deal of media coverage about a police investigation into alleged speed limiter issues at a TruckSafe accredited business.
All TruckSafe accredited businesses are required to comply with stringent speed management rules.
All TruckSafe audits since June 2011 have examined compliance with these rules. All future TruckSafe audits will cover them too.
TruckSafe is the only trucking industry accreditation program that audits compliance with speed management and speed limiter maintenance requirements. We do this because speeding is a major cause of truck accidents. Having an effective speed management policy is essential to running a safe trucking business.
The ATA has separately called this week for the police to take a tougher approach to speed enforcement. The ATA has called for more on-road enforcement, and for the police to issue a defect notice to any truck found travelling on the flat at more than 100 km/h.
The ATA has also called for stronger chain of responsibility enforcement against customers that demand unrealistic and unsafe schedules, and for trucking businesses to be notified when an employee commit a traffic offence in a company vehicle.
You can read the details of the TruckSafe speed management rules in the update sent to accredited businesses today.
22 February 2012
New truck driver medical standards
Truck drivers will be subject to new medical standards from 1 March.
The new standards draw on recent research and expert opinion about the impact of medical conditions on driving ability and crash risk.
They focus on conditions likely to affect a driver’s fitness to drive, including cardiovascular conditions, diabetes, sleep disorders and alcohol and substance misuse.
The standards were developed by the National Transport Commission.
The ATA’s TruckSafe program uses the medical standards in Assessing Fitness to Drive to underpin its driver health module.
From 1 March, all TruckSafe medicals are to be conducted under the new standards, because they reflect the latest medical research.
However, TruckSafe will continue to use its own medical forms for both patients and doctors.
11 October 2011
Victoria recognises TruckSafe as an industry code of practice
The Victorian Government has formally recognised the trucking industry’s safety accreditation program, TruckSafe, as an industry code of practice under the state’s Road Safety Act.
The decision means it will be easier for TruckSafe accredited operators to prove they have taken reasonable steps to prevent breaches of the road safety laws. It recognises that TruckSafe operators are required to meet stringent standards to maintain their accreditation.
The Chairman of the Australian Trucking Association, David Simon, announced Victoria’s registration of TruckSafe as an industry code of practice when he opened the 2011 TruckSafe Forum in Sydney today. The forum is part of the PACCAR and Dealer Technical and Maintenance Conference.
“Under the chain of responsibility laws, all parties in the supply chain must take reasonable steps to prevent breaches of the driver fatigue, speed, and mass, dimension and load restraint rules,” Mr Simon said.
“The Victorian Government’s recognition of TruckSafe as an industry code of practice confirms that complying with the letter and spirit of the TruckSafe standards, rules and code of conduct is a way that businesses can take reasonable steps to prevent road transport law breaches.”
Mr Simon said joining TruckSafe was a major – but worthwhile – business decision.
“The TruckSafe standards are clear and straightforward, but meeting them can require a business to make major changes to the way it operates,” Mr Simon said.
“The rewards, however, are worthwhile. A growing number of industry customers now require firms to be accredited, to meet their own chain of responsibility obligations. Independent statistics show that TruckSafe businesses are twice as safe as non-accredited operators, with far fewer vehicle defects.
“And now the Victorian Government has recognised that proven compliance with the TruckSafe standards is evidence that you have taken reasonable steps to prevent safety breaches in the areas covered by the standards. It’s an extra level of assurance for TruckSafe operators and their customers or prime contractors,” he said.
TruckSafe accredited operators are required to meet special management, maintenance, driver health and training standards. Their compliance with those standards is audited regularly by external auditors.
Operators accredited under TruckSafe automatically meet the environmental criteria to receive the Australian Government’s 15.043 cents per litre fuel tax credit, and automatically meet the Queensland Government’s requirement that all its contractors have quality assurance programs.
15 September 2011
Bob Waldron appointed to TruckSafe board
The trucking industry’s safety accreditation program, TruckSafe, is pleased to announce the appointment of Bob Waldron, the Executive Director of the Transport Industries Skills Centre in the ACT, 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.
TruckSafe Chairman Stephen Marley said Mr Waldron was a valuable addition to the board, with an extensive history of managing safety in the industry.
“Mr Waldron is leading an organisation that is promoting and developing a safety focused driver education system, to help provide a skilled workforce for the transport industry,” said Mr Marley.
“The skills centre is also part of the national Transport and Logistics Industry Skills Council network, and helps develop industry competency standards, which forms the basis of nationally accredited training.
“This is very much in line with the TruckSafe accreditation, which is based on four key standards: training, management, maintenance, and workplace and driver health.”
Mr Marley said the TruckSafe board would be focusing on upgrading the driver health standard over the next few months.
“The Board will be looking at workplace health and safety, driver health screening (including medicals), the role of the medical practitioner, rehabilitation and fatigue management.
“The TruckSafe board is made up of a group of committed and professional individuals and Bob’s appointment, with his extensive experience, will bring another perspective to the ongoing work of the board.”
2 September 2011
TruckSafe Manager appointed to road safety collaboration group
Australian Trucking Association’s TruckSafe Manager, Justin Fleming, has been has been invited to represent the trucking industry on a new road safety body to help fight the road death epidemic.
The ‘33,900: The Australian Road Safety Collaboration’ group, has been established to help fight the number one killer of people aged 10-24 year olds – road crashes.
While the number of fatalities involving heavy vehicles has steadily decreased, the number of accidents involving other vehicles remains at an unacceptable high.
33,900 is the number of Australians who were killed or seriously injured in road crashes in Australia in 2010.
Mr Fleming said it was an honour to work with a dedicated group of people who were working hard to improve safety on Australia’s roads.
“The trucking industry is also working hard to educate, particularly our younger drivers, on how to share the road safely with trucks,” he said.
As the manager for TruckSafe, the industry’s leading risk and safety management system, Mr Fleming said he understood the importance of a holistic approach to the road safety issue and said the group had identified a number of gaps in the national road safety strategy that would benefit from the new collaboration.
“As a group, we have a huge pool of experience and knowledge to help set a clear direction and achieve safer roads. We can make a difference,” he said.
The collaboration forms part of the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety and will focus on creating awareness, assisting road safety agencies and will support road safety activities.
The group is made up of representatives from the areas of road safety management, safer roads and mobility, safer vehicles, safer road users and post-crash response.
6 April 2011
Safer loading and unloading
TruckSafe member company K&S Freighters has led an industry committee to develop best practice guidelines to prevent loading and unloading accidents.
The compliance manager at K&S Freighters, Simon Skazlic, said the safety of truck drivers and other personnel around mobile plant during loading and unloading was a significant safety issue for every business in the supply chain.
“Accidents during vehicle loading and unloading cause severe injuries and deaths every year,” Mr Skazlic said.
“We identified three fundamental principles that should be incorporated into any system for managing loading and unloading. These are:
- forklifts and other equipment used for loading and unloading, and drivers and other pedestrians, should be segregated;
- authority for the area where loading and unloading is occurring should reside with the forklift operator; and
- if the driver ceases to be in the direct line of sight of the forklift operator, then activity should immediately stop until line of sight is re-established.
“The LUEZ (loading, unloading exclusion zones) guidelines provide best practice controls for implementing these principles.
“These controls include using standard colours to mark no-go and safe zones, so visiting drivers and employees who change jobs can see at a glance where they are safe. At the moment, the industry is all over the place,” he said.
Mr Skazlic will deliver a keynote presentation about the guidelines at the 2011 Australian Trucking Convention, which will be held at the National Convention Centre, Canberra, from 25-28 May.
“As a result of my presentation, delegates will be able to apply these best practice controls as soon as they get back to work on Monday. They’re not expensive. They work,” he said.
“I will also talk about how our LUEZ Steering Committee worked together to develop these guidelines, as a great example of how the industry can work with government to improve safety.
4 March 2011
Stephen Marley appointed as TruckSafe chairman
The General Manager of Marley’s Transport, Stephen Marley, has been appointed as the new chairman of TruckSafe, the trucking industry’s safety accreditation scheme.
Mr Marley said one of his objectives as chairman would be to encourage more operators to join TruckSafe.
“As chairman, I want to follow on the good work already done and try to encourage more operators to join Trucksafe for the benefits it offers their business and for the satisfaction of knowing they are in the top percentage of carriers in the country,” Stephen said.
“Trucksafe is the premier risk management system for road transport in Australia. I have now been on the board of Trucksafe for over 10 years. I have found it rewarding to be involved with fellow operators and industry representatives who want to raise the safety standards in our industry, as well as protect operators from changes in legislation.
“My thanks go to outgoing chairman Bernie Belacic on a job well done,” he said.
TruckSafe Chief Executive Stuart St Clair said TruckSafe accreditation was a straightforward way for trucking businesses and customers to manage their obligations under the chain of responsibility laws.
“Companies in TruckSafe are twice as safe as non-accredited ones. They have responsible work practices, well maintained vehicles, healthy and trained drivers and management systems to meet their customers’ needs,” Stuart said.
Marley’s Transport (www.marleystransport.com.au) is one of the largest grain transporters in the southern hemisphere. The company transports about 10 per cent of Western Australia’s grain harvest, with more than 40 trucks and 100 trailers.
21 January 2011
TruckSafe welcomes new board member
TruckSafe, the trucking industry’s own business and safety management scheme, has welcomed Queensland trucking manager Darren Nolan to its board.
Mr Nolan is the Compliance Manager of Nolan’s Transport, one of Australia’s largest and most respected trucking companies.
Based at Gatton in Queensland, Nolan’s Transport is known as a leader in safety and efficiency.
In his role, Mr Nolan oversees all quality and food safety related activities, audits, investigations, fatigue, claims, legislation and business processes.
Mr Nolan has presented papers across the world about truck driver fatigue and systems, and has worked extensively with transport agencies and associations to improve the road transport industry.
TruckSafe Chief Executive, Stuart St Clair, said Mr Nolan’s addition to the TruckSafe Board will help ensure the program remains at the forefront of safety and business management.
“Through his work at Nolan’s, Darren has shown he is committed to continually improving safety in the trucking industry,” Mr St Clair said.
“I have no doubt he will bring that commitment to his work on the TruckSafe board.”
TruckSafe is the trucking industry’s business and safety management scheme. Hundreds of companies use the procedures in the TruckSafe manuals to become safer and more competitive, with independent statistics showing that TruckSafe companies are twice as safe as non-accredited companies.
TruckSafe website continues to grow
23 September 2010
Austbrokers AEI Insurance joins with the ATA for safety award
- documented driver retention improvements;
- measured improvements in LTI or road accidents;
- that it has won or retained work contracts because of accreditation; and
- a reputation for integrity and ethical behaviour in trucking.
30 March 2010
Keep an eye out for the new TruckSafe ute
To help promote the brand, TruckSafe has unveiled a new vehicle bearing the TruckSafe logo. Manager of TruckSafe, Justin Fleming, will use the ute in his travels around Australia. If you see it on the road, make sure you give Justin a wave.