AUSTRALIAN LIVESTOCK AND RURAL TRANSPORTERS ASSOCIATION
Founded in 1985, the Australian Livestock and Rural Transporters Association (ALRTA) is the peak body representing road transport businesses servicing the agricultural supply chain. ALRTA is a federation of six state associations including:
Livestock, Bulk and Rural Carriers Association of New South Wales
Livestock and Rural Transporters Association of Victoria
Livestock and Rural Transporters Association of South Australia
Livestock and Rural Transporters Association of Western Australia
Livestock and Rural Transporters Association of Queensland
Livestock Transporters Association of Tasmania
ALRTA’s primary aim is to work with governments, industry, community and media to ensure that rural road transport is a safe, responsible and productive part of regional economies and communities. Individual transport businesses become members of state associations, and in turn, each state association is a member of the ALRTA. This structure allows our family of associations to deal with issues at the local, state and national levels.
Visit the ALRTA website for more information.
ARTIO represents employers and prime contractors in the transport and logistics industry, particularly those engaged in road transport.
LBRCA and ARTIO have teamed up to offer members a broader range of services at a discounted price.
ARTIO NSW can offer the following to LBRCA Members:
Award Advice and Other Employment Law Advice
Ensuring LBRCA Members are informed of:
Developments related to government policy/legislation, changes to award provisions, changes to wages and allowances following the Annual Wages Review, public holiday pay rates, public holidays – all States and Territories, allowances – ATO, decisions of courts and tribunals and their impact on road transport operators.
Provision of assistance and advice on all employment law matters related to awards and related legislation, including:
Wages and allowances, award coverage, award flexibility, permanent/part time/casual employment, overtime, rostered days off, shift work, start times, breaks, penalty rates, determining which award covers employees, delays, breakdowns and impassable highways, national employment standards, excessive leave accruals, consultation on workplace change, redundancy, unfair dismissal and termination, work related expenses, underpayment claims, hours of work, sham contracting, union right of entry, superannuation, anti-discrimination and enterprise agreements.
General legal advice relating to distribution agreements, contractual/commercial disputes, general litigation and road law matters, including, where required, court attendances.
Contact ARTIONSW on 0412 880 861 to discuss your matter.
The Road Transport Industry is one of the most heavily regulated industries in Australia. Highway Advocates is a legal practice with expertise in heavy vehicle offences. They have ex-drivers on staff who are personally aware of the challenges you face on the road.
Highway Advocates can assist with your legal problems from reviews of fines through to defended hearings and appeals and are available to call 24/7.
Highway Advocates keep costs to a minimum
Highway Advocates usually charge a fixed fee or an hourly rate which is a fraction of the rate commonly charged by other law firms. They offer instalment plans and discounted rates to members of our affiliated associations – and this includes LBRCA members.
And Highway Advocates always challenge prosecution costs where appropriate – as they don’t believe truck drivers and operators should have to pay for their own prosecutions.
The LBRCA has partnered with Highway Advocates to offer members legal advice in times of need.
Contact Highway Advocates on 0491 263 602 or email email@example.com for professional advice.
Visit the Highway Advocates Website for more information.