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The National Road Freighters Association (NRFA) recognises that road safety has many facets and affects all on the road, not just truck drivers. Many of our efforts and policies are directed to and or include, aspects of road safety and with Road Safety week upon us now, it is timely to reiterate some of the things we think require further focus and work, to achieve improvements for all.
Truckies are invariably the first on the scene of an accident or incident on the road, and it pays to be prepared, writes veteran driver Mike Williams, as part of our coverage of National Road Safety Week, brought to you by NTI.
A new Queensland Rail safety campaign is reminding motorists that size matters when driving over-height vehicles near rail bridges.
We all need to work towards lowering the rate of fatalities and serious injuries on Australian roads, and that’s why this is a core priority for the Government, and why the Budget is funding $2 billion towards road safety initiatives, continuing efforts to reduce road trauma in Australia.
As Australia’s economy tries to adjust to a new normal after the emergence of Covid19, businesses are facing many new challenges. Our clients have seen that these changes have had both positive and negative impacts on the transport industry’s safety culture.
No one running a business can truly believe they’ve got everything running perfectly, 100% of the time. Let’s be real.
The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) and CityLink operator Transurban have come together to help educate car drivers and motorcycle riders to better understand truck blind spots.
Fatigue affects us all, and is a key safety challenge for heavy vehicle drivers and operators. The NHVR will be hosting webinars centred around fatigue choices today and Thursday as part of National Road Safety Week.
For the road transport industry, safety is our number one priority. The road is our workplace and it literally has many moving parts to manage. But, where to start?