14 JUL 2020
Our first formal council meeting of the year to be held, border restriction on Victorian arrivals into WA and a reminder about our COVID-19 Awareness Training course
- The FLCWA is holding its first formal council meeting of the year to endorse the next twelve months work program.
- With what has been happening around the country we are looking to reinvigorate our Scenario Planning work.
COVID-19 Awareness Training
To help mitigate the risk of incidents and to keep our industry, our customers and the community safe, the COVID-19 Awareness Training for Commercial Vehicle Operators course was developed by local organisation, Driver Risk Management. Drivers and staff who successfully complete the online course, will be issued with a certificate and a sign to display within their vehicles. The course was developed for FLCWA in collaboration with Western Roads Federation to help ensure we all remain safe, as WA and the rest of Australia begins to return to the new normal. For further information see here.
Phase 4 of the COVID-19 roadmap
With restrictions on some activities eased and people interacting with others more regularly during Phase 4 of the COVID-19 roadmap, we’d like to remind everyone to continue to be vigilant.
- Ensure the highest of hygiene standards at all times
- If you have access to PPE equipment, ensure your staff are using it
- Maintain social distancing where possible.
Based on the latest health advice, the State Government has pushed back Phase 5 of the WA COVID-19 roadmap, to the new tentative date of Saturday, 1 August. A final decision on whether Phase 5 can proceed on this date will be decided in about 2 weeks’ time. Keep up to date here.
Our border with the east coast was further tightened from midnight Friday 10 July. No one will be allowed into Western Australia if they have been in Victoria in the previous 14 days, unless they meet new exemption requirements or would normally reside in Western Australia. Returning WA residents will continue to be required to self-quarantine for 14 days. For further information and clarification see wa.gov.au.
WA’s Hard Border Closure still remains in place as well as restrictions on entry to remote Aboriginal communities. These are set out in the WA Government’s Remote Aboriginal Communities Directions.
iMOVE webinar: Optimising our freight networks in disruptive times – 22 July 2020
The freight industry has responded to significant shifts in demand in recent times and it continues to be faced with pressing issues. How to meet the evolving demands being placed on our supply chains, and how to do this in the most efficient manner? This webinar will take us on a journey from industry overview, to an analysis of trends and issues, including last mile, and finish with a comprehensive review of how the most up-to-date data techniques can help companies to remain competitive in an evolving and expanding playing field. This webinar is suitable for anyone from senior leaders to practitioners tasked with managing supply chains.
Enquiries to Jackie: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0404045293. Register here
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