Date PostedJuly 30, 2018

Industry Bodies Join Forces in Assessing HVNL Fatigue Related Issues

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Industry bodies have joined forces to raise their concerns about what they deem a lack of clarity within the HVNL (Heavy Vehicle National Law).

The National Road Transport Association (NatRoad), the Western Roads Federation and the Northern Territory Road Transport Association have submitted a joint submission to the NTC.

These concerns were brought to the attention of the NTC last year, they are,

  • the transitioning between two-up and solo driving,
  • managing fatigue outside of participating.

Warren Clark, NatRoad Chief Executive said the issue of NatRoads members who were being fined when transitioning from 2 up driving back to solo was the first issue raised.

Operators were also confused about traveling in and out of Western Australia  and the Northern Territory within a 7 day period complying with HVNL fatigue laws.

Read more at https://www.fullyloaded.com.au/industry-news/1807/industry-bodies-join-forces-in-fatigue-rule-shakeup

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