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TruckSafe names newest member to board of directors

Risk management provider, TruckSafe, has named Noel Kelly of AEI Transport Insurance Brokers as a member of the TruckSafe board of directors as reported today by the Australian Trucking Association (ATA).

According to TruckSafe Chair Ferdie Kroon Kelly has a long history with TruckSafe with his father, the late John Kelly, playing an instrumental role in developing TruckSafe, as well as many fatigue management and driver training programs.

“The success of TruckSafe today can be credited to the passion and drive of John Kelly, and I am honoured to now welcome his son, Noel, as a member of the TruckSafe board of directors,” said Kroon in a statement.

Kelly's father previously worked as a Risk Manager at NTI while Noel was finishing his degree studying business.

“Through mutual contacts I began working at AEI Transport Insurance Brokers and have never looked back. I thoroughly enjoy dealing with operators in our great trucking industry that keeps Australia moving,” said Kelly.

“TruckSafe is important to me as it provides as it provides a set of standards to help mitigate risk and manage safety," he said.  

“These are the fundamental aspects which help make the roads a safer and more productive workplace for drivers and operators.”

In his role as TruckSafe director, Kelly will join the board liaising with  trucking operators, customers, governments and the community, as well as helping customer to meet their duty of care and chain of responsibility obligations.

Kelly said the insurance industry, across all classes, can better understand the work the Trucksafe Accreditation program does for its members to leverage opportunities to provide greater benefits to the members.

(Image: Noel Kelly,  AEI Transport Insurance Brokers).

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