NHVR webinar Friday

The bus industry features in a ground breaking heavy vehicle regulator webinar this Friday

NHVR webinar Friday
NHVR webinar Friday

August 14, 2013

The Queensland Bus Industry Council (QBIC) will feature in this Friday’s ground breaking National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) webinar.

QBIC Executive Director David Tape will join colleagues in truck transport as part of an NHVR presentation explaining the implications of the ‘one regulator, one rule book’ approach from September 1.

Along with QBIC’s David Tape, the live-streamed event will feature Queensland Trucking Association (QTA) Chairman and NHVR Board member, Peter Garske as panel host, NHVR CEO Richard Hancock, Australian Livestock and Rural Transporters Association (ALRTA) Vice-President Liz Schmidt and Queensland Trucking Association Director Tim Knowles.

NHVR CEO Richard Hancock says Friday’s webinar will be the first of many more over the coming months.

"We often meet face-to-face with industry at forums and events to answer their questions and listen to their concerns, but it’s a big country and we can’t be everywhere over the next few months," says Hancock.

"That’s why we think webinars are a great platform for getting the word out and for getting the issues in.

"Anyone near a computer can log on, listen and learn more about our new services from 1 September."

Questions for the panel can be submitted by email leading up to and during the webinar at webinar@nhvr.gov.au and the NHVR panel will aim to answer them live.

Responses to questions not answered on the day will be posted later on the NHVR website.

For those who cannot view the live stream on the day, the NHVR will also upload the webinar sessions to the NHVR website soon after, so viewers can catch up with what they missed.

The one hour webinar will stream live from Friday August 16 at 10am at the NHVR website www.nhvr.gov.au.

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