Transport and logistics Young Professional of the Year, Urszula Kelly will talk about adopting new technologies, better training and improving industry image at ComVec 2018.
ComVec is the heavy vehicle industry’s biennial national conference covering future technology, innovation, government policy, vehicle standards and regulations.
“When people come up with new ideas and new tech, I ask myself: how is it going to improve safety? How is it going to help us with chain of responsibility laws? Is it going to and reduce fatigue risks? Or reduce manual handling?
“After that you can look at factors such as ease of implementation; getting people trained; Can our own people become trainers, or do we have to get outside people in?”
You can meet Urszula Kelly at ComVec 2018 at Melbourne Park Function Centre on Thursday 12 & Friday 13 April.
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