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Using Data Insights To Create A Safer Fleet
Fleet management systems and telematics help to uncover and understand the behaviours of drivers, by monitoring location, speed, fatigue, harsh usage,...
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International Women’s Day 2020 – Why Gender Diversity Matter
International Women’s Day gives us the chance to take a step back and celebrate the amazing accomplishments of women in the workforce.
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Attracting Next Generation To Australia’s Trucking Workforce
Lack of age diversity is an issue that’s threatening the future of the trucking industry.
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Rise to the challenge! How to deliver a diverse workforce
The transport industry faces many challenges, with demand for service at an all-time high.Client expectations are also increasing, thanks to next day-delivery services and new apps which make shopping as simple as a swipe or tap. With rising press...
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12 Tips To Improving Your Mental Health While On The Road
1 in 5 Australians are affected by mental illness, but many of them don’t get the help that they need because of the social stigma surrounding the issue.Social awareness campaigns like R U OK?
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Brisbane Truck Show 2019 – Trucks, technology and everything in between
The 2019 Brisbane Truck Show was bigger and better than ever, bringing in over 36,000 industry professionals to see what vendors, government bodies and equipment specialists had in store.Hosted by Heavy Vehicle Industry Australia (HVIA), it was the u...
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How Transport Is Shrinking Its Carbon Footprint
Trucks are a central part of the Australian economy, with over 30 per cent of all domestic freight transported by road.Yet all this distance means that trucks are using a whole lot of fuel.
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National Road Safety Week might be over – but your commitment to safety shouldn’t be
Each year, 1,200 people are killed on Australian roads, with a staggering 35,000 injured in the same time span.In the year to date, 430 people have already lost their lives.
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This National Road Safety Week, It’s Time For All Of Us To Be Safety Advocates
Every year, more than 1200 people are killed and 35,000 are seriously injured on Australian roads.Traffic injury remains the biggest killer of Australian children under 15, and the second-biggest killer of all Australians between 15 and 24. These ...
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