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For Bus and Truck Drivers:

TLIF2010 Apply Fatigue Management Strategies

Now just $95.00
This is the course you need to do if you want to drive for extended hours for an operator that is accredited under Basic, Advanced Fatigue Management (BFM or AFM), or WA Heavy Vehicle Accreditation. This course will help you to make sense of the legislation, simplify your compliance responsibilities and understand the mandated rest and work periods. You will be able to register, pay, learn, pass the test and receive your certificate – all on-line without delay and when it suits you as well as being able to access Australian phone/email/chat support. Register now or Log In if already registered. Register Course Details
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For Schedulers:

TLIF3063 Administer the Implementation of Fatigue Management Strategies

Now just $145.00
Under the National Heavy Vehicle Law, operators working their drivers under Basic Fatigue or Advanced Fatigue Management (BFM or AFM) must have at least one person qualified to manage the Fatigue Management System. This course allows schedulers, fleet managers and allocators to satisfy the National Heavy Vehicle Regulations and gain an understanding of the policies, procedures, and record keeping obligations needed to pass audit. Register now or Log In if already registered.
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For Drivers and Schedulers:

TLIE3028 Complete a work diary in the transport industry

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$90.00

This course supplements both of the previous courses by giving more training on the legislative requirements of the NHVL and deals with the correct diary completion, cancellations and corrections, exemptions, penalties, interstate travel obligations as well as other legal requirements relating to the carrying and use of the diary. For schedulers this course is a must for assisting in identifying driver non-compliance and while not compulsory, would meet all requirements for re-training where breaches have regularly occurred. Register now or Log In if already registered. Register Course Details
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Online Fatigue Management Courses by Australian Fatigue Management

Make sense of the legislation – your compliance responsibilities simplified – easy to understand courseware – 20,000+ satisfied users – read the reviews – register, pay, learn, pass the assessment, receive the certificate – all on-line without delay and when it suits you- Australian phone/email/chat support

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Driver Speeding

If you speed, it is ultimately your decision to do so, but believe or not, the HVNL has been written to give you some measure of protection against external influences that may cause you to speed. The first thing you should know is that it ...
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The Split Rest Break

Another issue in all States except Victoria and WA is the split break. Under the HVNL, if you had to move the truck even a short way after commencing your seven continuous hour break, let’s say two hours after starting your break, you would have ...
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Personal Use Fatigue Exemption

Last month we highlighted the part of the HVNL that allowed up to 1 hour of personal use of a Fatigue Regulated Heavy Vehicle in NSW only.  Well there is some good news. In the September issue of the NHVR’s On the Road publication it ...
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Rest time sitting behind the wheel with the engine running

As with the previous blog on personal activity, there is another provision that is applicable only to NSW. Under this legislation, a driver sitting in the drivers seat with the engine running may count this time as rest time under certain conditions. Section 248A states: Occupying ...
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Counting night rest breaks in a 14 day period

There has been a lot of confusion regarding night rest breaks and 24 hour breaks within a 14 day counting period. In particular, what happens when a 24 hour break doesn’t fully encompass the hours between 10pm and 8am. The minimum rest is interpreted as ...
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Personal time in your 24 hour rest break

We all know that work time is driving or doing anything with the truck such as load checking, tyres, fuelling, cleaning etc. This is particularly galling for owner/drivers who during their 24 hour break, might want to change a headlight or tail light bulb, give ...
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