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  • The leadership practices that support and constrain safe driver behaviour

    27 Jun 2017, 11:00AM - 12:00PM

    Join us for a free webinar on Jun 27, 2017 at 11:00 AM AEST.

    To improve driving behaviour, it is necessary to look beyond individuals’ compliance with safety procedures and at the influence of leadership practices. In this presentation, Sharon will talk about a research program in workplace road safety that explores the leadership practices that both support and constrain safe driving behaviour and interventions designed to mitigate driving risk.

    Dr Sharon Newnam is an organisational psychologist with the Monash University Accident Research and has conducted theoretical and applied research in workplace road safety for the past 12 years. Her research focuses on understanding a range of factors influencing unsafe driving behaviour, from the individual characteristics of drivers to the safety practices of management and beyond. Dr Newnam has made significant contributions at the industry and government levels to reduce the social and financial impact of work-related driving crashes. Dr Newnam received her doctorate degree in organisational psychology from the Queensland University of Technology, Queensland, Australia.

    Please note - this session will commence at 11:00 AM AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time). There may be time zone differences that apply. It is recommended that you connect to the webinar 15 minutes prior to allow sufficient time for potential connection delays.

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  • Higher steer axle masses on our roads

    17 Jul 2017, 11:00AM - 11:45AM

    Join us for a webinar on Jul 17, 2017 at 11:00 AM AEST.
     
    Austroads has recently published research on the impact that increased steer axle mass limits will have on the pavement. This Austroads project addresses the needs of industry particularly those operating road trains in remote areas. The research conducted by the Australian Road Research Board included a pavement lifecycle cost analysis for a range of heavy vehicle fleet on roads across Australia. The outcome was the first evidence based research in over 20 years that has resulted in an increase in axle mass limits. This webinar covers the industry’s needs for higher limits, vehicle component ratings, the engineering basis for a higher limit and the impact on our roads.

    Anthony Germanchev is the Team Leader of the Freight and Heavy Vehicles Department at the Australian Road Research Board and works alongside the pavement engineers to improve freight productivity on a sustainable road network. Anthony specialises in evaluating the safety, productivity and impacts of heavy vehicles and has taken on key roles in national research activities including the OECD’s Moving Freight with Better Trucks study. Anthony is an executive member of Australia Road Transport Suppliers Association and the ATA Industry Technical Council. He will be sharing learnings from recent research projects on the effects of vehicles on road pavements.

    Participants please note - the session will commence at 11:00 am AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time). There may be time zone differences that apply. It is recommended that you connect to the webinar 15 minutes prior to allow sufficient time for potential connection delays.

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  • Chain of responsibility for organisations that contract third-party logistics

    30 Aug 2017, 02:00PM - 03:00PM

    Join us for a free webinar on Aug 30, 2017 at 2:00 PM AEST.

    As a Timber Manufacturing Business in the Asia Pacific Region, Timberlink face various compliance regulations that must be adhered to. One of these is to ensure all transport operations to and from their Timber Sawmills in Australia and New Zealand are following the NHVR guidelines and going above and beyond all COR obligations. As they contract vendors to supply these services they are faced with numerous challenges to ensure each carrier have systems and procedures in place that operate safely and follow all Laws and Codes of Practice. The presentation shows the journey through this systemised approach and Timberlink’s 5 year plan.

    Jason Furtner has been in the transport industry for over 30 years, with experience as an owner driver in the 1980’s through to senior operations at multinational organisations including Operations Manager at UTC, Visy Group and more recently Timberlink ANZ. Having worked on both sides of the supply chain it provides an holistic view for transport regulations for both drivers and manufacturing divisions.

    Please note - this session will commence at 2:00 PM AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time). There may be time zone differences that apply. It is recommended that you connect to the webinar 15 minutes prior to allow sufficient time for potential connection delays.

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