NSW RTA to hold seminars on impending fatigue relations

By: Jason Whittaker


In an effort to educate the trucking industry on soon-to-be-introduced fatigue management laws, the New South Wales Roads and Traffic

In an effort to educate the trucking industry on soon-to-be-introduced fatigue management laws, the New South Wales Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA) will hold seminars during April and May.

The RTA will run programs across the State, starting on April 28 and ending on May 12. All sessions are to be held between 7pm-9pm.

The first seminar will be at Tweed Heads Civic Centre on April 28 followed by one the next day at Lismore Heights Workers Bowling Club.

The RTA will be at the South Grafton Ex-Services Club on April 30 and then at Kempsey Heights Bowling Club on May 5.

It will hold another seminar the following day at West Tamworth Leagues Club and then, on May 7, at Armidale Bowling Club.

The final two seminars will be held at Glen Ines Services Club on May 8 and Coffs Harbour Ex-Services Club on May 12.

Those interested in attending must register by calling the RTA office on (02) 6766 9190.

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