Fears that the NHVR is campaigning to keep drivers on the road for longer couldn’t be further from the truth, says the regulator.
Covid-19 improved the perception many Australians have of our industry, reaffirming that the movement of trucks, the supply chain and the ability to access warehouses is critical to the nation’s development and continued success. Read more
One of the most rewarding parts of my role as CEO of the NHVR is having the opportunity to drive initiatives that promote improved safety, productivity and efficiency outcomes for our industry and communities.
Australian Trucking Association (ATA) CEO Andrew McKellar says the NHVR should change its approach to fatigue enforcement and reduce fines for minor paperwork offences.
Safety should be the number one priority for everyone working in the heavy vehicle industry. As we announced recently, preparations are well underway to conduct a mechanical safety check of Australia’s heavy vehicle fleet.
The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) has hit the road for a new initiative that aims to help drivers and operators understand the available options for more flexible fatigue management arrangements.
Following the release of a joint roadworthiness report from National Transport Insurance (NTI) and the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR), the Australian Trucking Association (ATA) said that keeping well maintained vehicles was key to trucking safety and productivity.
Now’s your chance to have your say on the draft Heavy Vehicle Safety Strategy 2021-2025, with feedback open until April 30, 2021.
The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) has charged a Victorian company with serious safety offences after a truck rolled onto a pedestrian island crossing.