Heavy vehicle forum rolls into Moree on August 2: register now
REGISTRATIONS are now open for the August 2 North West NSW Heavy Vehicle Breakfast Forum which draws people from the trucking industry, as well as farmers, stock and station agents, livestock owners and business operators keen to hear and talk about road infrastructure, investment and plans for the region.
Participants can expect to discuss compliance and enforcement, industry updates and heavy vehicle access with representatives from State and Local Government, Roads and Maritime Services, NSW Police Force, NHVR and Council.
Organiser Renee McMillian explained that the forum draws industry specialists together and provides opportunities for local operators, owners and customers to discuss the demands and applications of heavy vehicle operations, road use and access.
“This annual event is free to attend and will explore the current road safety and freight issues affecting our local heavy vehicle industry. If you’re a truck driver, crane operator, farmer, stock and station owner or work in the heavy vehicle industry – this forum should not be missed!” said Mrs McMillian.
“Safety on our roads is the responsibility of all who travel on them and it’s great to see the increase in interest and support from all areas of the community, including those in the heavy vehicle industry. Mornings like this are essential to provide information sharing and an open forum for discussion.”
North West NSW Heavy Vehicle Breakfast Forum will be held 2 August 2016 from 6.30am and participants will need to register with Renee McMillan on 02 6757 3277 or email [email protected] prior to the event.
The 2016 North West NSW Heavy Vehicle Breakfast Forum is an initiative of the Moree Plains Shire Road Safety Program.
Media Release: July 25, 2016