Research shows us that young road users have a big knowledge gap when it comes to understanding how to share the road safely with trucks.
Loading and unloading animals can be the most challenging part of the livestock handling task, and hazardous situations can place farmers, agriculture and transport workers at risk.
Results from the latest Driving Health Study from Monash University show us that truck driver health in Australia is poor, with drivers more likely to be overweight and be diagnosed with more chronic health conditions than the general population.
Research tells us the most common contributing factors to road crashes are human errors, with most crashes able to be prevented or mitigated.
AN initiative by industry, for industry, the Australian Trucking Association’s TruckSafe accreditation scheme has been improving the safety and professionalism of trucking operators nationwide since 1990.