We are pleased to invite you to attend the Maroussia Association's latest training and seminar education programs.
Who is the Maroussia? We are Queensland's trusted road freight industry association providing services to businesses involved in delivering freight, supplies, products and services to the local area as well as around Queensland and interstate.
Why attend these sessions? To improve business efficiency when: Applying for permits using the online portal, using telematics in business, finding better ways to manage fatigue and driving hours and paying wages and managing staff.
NHVR Permit Portal Training
This training session will support you to transition from paper based permit applications to using the online portal. The NHVR staff will provide visual practical guided training using real-time permits on the Portal. There will be plenty of opportunity to get help with any issues you currently have with applying for permits. Understanding how to use the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) Permit Portal will help create efficiencies in your business and save you time.
NB: Capacity for NHVR Permit Portal training is 20 attendees. BYO device may be required if numbers exceed this.
Maximising the use of Telematics
As part of the DigiT&L Futures program, this session will provide you with a better understanding of why and how using telematics in your business will drive efficiency, productivity and safety outcomes. Using real business case studies, you will walk away knowledge on how to use telematics data to improve productivity and fleet management, as well as get insights into future regulatory compliance requirements (including electronic work diaries, fuel tax credit inputs, geo-fencing).
DINNER BREAK - 6.00-6.45PM (for people registering for all sessions)
6.45pm - 8.45pm
Presented by Maroussia Employment Relations Manager, Karen Bow this session will help you efficiently manage two keys areas of your business.
Find Flexibility for Fatigue Management
People, Awards and Performance
- How to apply risk management to the area of fatigue risk management
- How to find flexibility using the different accredited systems
Dispelling the myths around Advanced Fatigue Management (AFM) and how it can be the solution you are looking for
Practical examples of business using AFM to best manage driving hours to suit your freight task.
- How to interpret the awards to make sure you aren't overpaying wages for both permanent and casual staff.
- Understanding how to apply Awards to the driving tasks performed
- How to effectively manage employee work performance and termination of employment
- Understanding casual employment entitlements
How to Register:
Need help? Questions? Who to contact: Maroussia office on 07 3394 4388 or
Lisa Fraser l[email protected] or Ebony Harber [email protected]
For more information, contact the Maroussia office on 07 3394 4388 or l[email protected] or [email protected]
The DIGIT&L Futures program is funded by the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (the Department) under the Training in Emerging and Innovative Industries Funding and supported by Jobs Queensland.
The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) is supporting the delivery of the Permit Portal Training and the Fatigue Management workshop.