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Geoff Crouch
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Established in 1989, the Australian Trucking Association is the peak industry body to represent trucking operators in Australia. The ATA’s members include major logistics companies, transport industry associations and businesses with leading expertise in truck technology.

  • A New Beginning

    By: Geoff Crouch

    September 2014

    The 2014 NatRoad Annual Conference was held in the beautiful city of Adelaide from the 14-16 August, with attendees participating from all over Australia, as well as locally.

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  • Industry can move freight - but not with red tape

    By: Geoff Crouch

    August 2014

    NatRoad recently conducted a survey of its membership regarding the issue of red tape. The survey was conducted to provide background for a submission to the NSW Government’s Targeted Sector Review of the Road Freight Industry, which is part of an initiative to promote de-regulation and red-tape reform.

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  • All roads lead to Adelaide

    By: Geoff Crouch

    July 2014

    The National Road Transport Association is gearing up for its annual National Conference that will be held in Adelaide from 14-16 August 2014. If the Conference lives up to last year’s heights it will not only deliver another challenging policy agenda for Australia’s leading representative body but also provide delegates with a wealth of information and networking opportunities.

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  • Road Safety Remuneration Order

    By: Geoff Crouch

    June 2014

    Road transport operators across Australia have reacted angrily upon commencement of the Road Transport and Distribution and Long Distance Operations Road Safety Remuneration Order 2014, which came into effect on Wednesday, 1 May 2014.

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  • Road Transport and Distribution and Long Distance Operations Road Safety Order 2014

    By: Geoff Crouch

    May 2014

    For those of us with knowledge of history, May 1st was originally celebrated as an ancient festival to welcome the spring weather. In Australia and in many other countries, May Day became an occasion to celebrate workers’ rights and particularly the campaign for an 8-hour working day.

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  • National Regulator ‘Lite’

    By: Geoff Crouch

    June 2012

    For two years now, industry and all levels of government have been in the throes of negotiating a legislative package to support the establishment of a National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR). With the deadline looming, it’s time to take stock of what has been achieved and what we should expect from the regulator on 1 January 2013.

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  • We can work together – sometimes

    By: Geoff Crouch

    February 2012

    Through various media we should all be well aware of coming changes to Work Health and Safety (WHS) requirements in all states through the harmonisation of state law. It has been a bit like trying to catch a greasy ball on this issue with changes and information continuing to become available.

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