Don’t miss the NatRoad Regional Forum in Wodonga on 22 April 2021 held at Twin City Truck Centre.
The theme for this Forum is ‘On-road behaviour’, with the National Transport Commission presenting on its findings on driver distraction and proposed government reforms. The Victorian Police will present on enforcement of the National Heavy Vehicle Law and other laws in Victoria. Find out what’s happening in the industry, what changes are coming that will affect your business from NatRoad and connect with mates and make connections for your business.
- Luis Gutierrez, Manager Productivity and Safety, National Transport Commission
Distraction is nationally recognised as a critical road safety risk that needs to be addressed effectively. The current Australian Road Rules only regulate the use of mobile phones and visual display units and are quickly becoming outdated. The National Transport Commission has developed a technology-neutral regulatory approach for regulating driver distraction.
- Detective Acting Sergeant Robert Mitchell, Victorian Police HV Unit
The Victorian Police approach to enforcement
- Richard Calver, Adviser, Compliance and Workplace Relations, NatRoad
Current issues affecting the industry
Registration is free and spaces are limited. Refreshments on arrival.
The Forum will be held in a Covid safe environment.
This event is hosted by Twin City Truck Centre, West Wodonga. Address: 255 McKoy Street, West Wodonga.