Month: April 2016

Transport Industry Condemns RSRT’s Decision

Transport bodies including the ATA and NatRoad have voiced their opposition to the decision by the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (RSRT) to not delay the commencement date of the minimum rates order. The Contractor Driver Minimum Payments Road Safety Remuneration Order 2016 (RSRO) came into effect recently, despite transport bodies expecting it to be delayed …

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2016 Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal Responds to Opponents

The 2016 Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (RSRO) has used its decision report to hit back at its critics, in particular the RSRO has targeted the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) and NatRoad industrial relations manager Arthur Spottiswood, according to an article on Fullyloaded recently. The RSRT lambasted the opposing organisations for what it labelled “creating uncertainty …

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NHVR to Inspect 9000 Trucks in National Inspection Survey

The NHVR will inspect around 9000 heavy vehicles during its national survey in a bid to gain a better understanding of the country’s heavy vehicle fleet. The NHVR’s CEO Sal Petroccitto said the National Roadworthy Baseline Survey would sample around 9000 heavy vehicles.Vehicles in the sample would include buses, B-Doubles, rigid, articulated, plant equipment and …

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