This webinar will give you an overview of the ‘Vehicles as a Workplace: Work Health & Safety Guide’ from a safety, regulatory and industry perspective.

Road traffic injury is the most significant contributor to work related fatalities in Australia and New Zealand.

The Vehicles as a Workplace Guide provides practical risk management guidance for individuals and organisations who use vehicles on public roads for work.

The Guide describes a process for dealing with road traffic hazards in line with work health and safety (WHS) legislation and road traffic safety principles. It covers all vehicle use in road traffic and complements other legislative requirements that apply to businesses whose primary purpose is transport, such as bus, truck or taxi operators.

Following endorsement by Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities, the guide was jointly published in March 2019 by Austroads and WHS regulators from Queensland, New South Wales, Tasmania, South Australia, Northern Territory, Australian Capital Territory and the Commonwealth.

Join in a live Q&A with our expert panel to have your questions answered.

Presented by Martin Small, Grant Phillips, Mace Hartley and Peter Daly

Martin Small is a leading road safety management consultant, whose firm worked with Austroads and the Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities to deliver the Vehicles as a Workplace project. He is currently President of the Australasian College of Road Safety.

Grant Phillips is the Principal Advisor, Manufacturing Transport and Logistics Strategy at the Workplace Health and Safety, Queensland (WHSQ). Grant has been working with WHSQ for over 19 years in a variety of roles including electrical licensing, compliance, equipment safety and policy.

Mace Hartley is the Executive Director of the Australasian Fleet Management Association and has over 30 years experience spanning fleet management, retail automotive and general insurance industries.

Peter Daly is Chief Executive Officer of Master Plumbers, the plumbing industry association and industry leader. Peter sits on several Boards, industry and government advisory bodies. Amongst these, he is a Director of the Indigenous Plumbing and Sanitation Foundation and Master Plumbers Australia New Zealand.

No charge but registration is essential.

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