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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2012
ALC POLICY 22 In January 2011, ALC released its policy on Safety in the Transport and Logistics industry, which articulates ALC’s strong belief that there should be one national law to regulate safety in the industry. It states that this national law should be given effect by a single ‘applied or template law’ – a law passed in one Australian state or territory and adopted in all the others. The policy also argues that workplace health and safety legislation and regulations should not duplicate matters dealt with in the National Heavy Vehicle Laws Consolidation. This includes the critical issue of fatigue management. It also foreshadowed ALC’s commitment to review current ALC codes of practice so they can be considered for registration under the National Heavy Vehicle Laws Consolidation as a recognised industry Code of Practice. ALC pOLiCy on Safety in the Transport and Logistics Industry