One of the most exciting parts of my role is the opportunity to meet with industry and discuss the latest in safety standards and technology.
The review of the national truck law has proved to be a waste of time and money. We need to start again.
October was a rather busy month for Transport Women Australia Limited even though we had to again postpone our Driving the Difference Conference, the new dates are June 3-5, 2022.
As our larger jurisdictions in Sydney and Melbourne re-open their economies after months of lockdown, it is vital that civic leaders do as much as possible to attract people back to the cities for work and recreation to support and rejuvenate crippled businesses.
It is a hard day for transport workers, when two of the major transport companies across Australia, take on a hard stance against those who work for them.
Mental health is a significant issue for the Australian road transport, warehousing and logistics industries. With one in five truck drivers aged under 35 experiencing “severe psychological distress”, it is a more urgent matter for this sector than most.
The road transport industry has been let down yet again following the latest hollow announcement by the Morrison government. Read more
Trucking today is a family affair, and as a family we work together for the common good. Read more
Now that lockdowns are over, hopefully we can get back to having our borders open and life can get back to as normal as possible.
The TWU has worked hard with members to build a range of in-principle enterprise agreements across major yards like those at Linfox, Toll, Ceva and Global Express.