RSRT pencils in SA visits to talk rates and conditions


Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal’s travelling roadshow will head to South Australia tomorrow after wrapping up its Western Australia trip today

By Brad Gardner | June 18, 2013

The Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal’s (RSRT) travelling roadshow will head to South Australia tomorrow after wrapping up its Western Australia trip today.

Commissioner Peter Hampton and tribunal members Paul Ryan and Steve Hutchins are due to make four stops in South Australia over two days, continuing the RSRT’s push to consult with industry stakeholders before issuing any orders on rates and conditions.

The three-man team will today stop in at Linfox Logistics’ Hazelmere facility and BP’s Kewdale site, before heading across the border for a 6am visit to a BP truck stop at Tailem Bend in South Australia tomorrow.

Hampton, Ryan and Hutchins will then head to Viterra Grain Handlers at Port Adelaide for one hour from 11.30am.

They will stop in at Kerry Logistics’ distribution centre at Gillman the following day from 7am to 7.30am and then finish with a one-hour visit to the BP Wingfield truck stop from 9am to 10am.

Tribunal members have so far visited sites across New south Wales, Victoria, the Northern Territory, Queensland and Western Australia.

Operators that have hosted the tribunal include NQX Freight System, Simon National Carriers, Skippers Transport, Sadleirs Transport and Linfox.

Along with Ryan and Hutchins, RSRT President Jennifer Acton visited Coles’ national distribution centre last month.




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