HVIA’s State Committee meetings are ready to make a long-awaited comeback with in-person attendance for Brisbane and Perth and an online meeting catering to other members.
HVIA Chief Executive Todd Hacking said the time is right to get together again in a COVID-safe manner.
“We have recently had our online AGM, which reinforced the same leadership team and Board members as last year, allowing HVIA to press on with continuity and stability,” Mr Hacking said.
“It has been a busy 12 months as our membership has grown during COVID-19. This highlights the importance of being part of a collective and being plugged into the highest levels of government.
“I would like to acknowledge our members because having good information flow, anecdotes and accurate intelligence helped us contribute to policies that enabled freight and our members to keep operating during the initial restrictions and Stage 4 in Victoria.
“It also helped with devising the financial incentives such as the Instant Asset Write Off, the Backing Business Investment initiative and now the Temporary Full Expensing policy.”
The forthcoming State Committee meetings seek engagement from members on a broad range of topics including the HVNL Review, PBS Tyres Review, technical updates and issues including ADR 42/05 – Trailer wiring, the draft Tipper Code, Technical Liaison Group, Coupling Standards, Vehicle Width, ComVec, the Brisbane Truck Show, workforce development issues and more.
All employees of member companies and their branches are welcome.
View the full meeting agendas and register your attendance using the links below:
- HVIA State Committee – Brisbane – Thursday 26th November
- HVIA State Committee – Perth – Tuesday 1st December
- HVIA State Committee – Online – Thursday 3rd December
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