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New standards to manage truck driver fatigue.

20 September 2007

Australia’s National Transport Commission wants stakeholder views on competency standards for forthcoming Basic Fatigue Management and Advanced Fatigue Management schemes. The standards clarify the skills and knowledge for drivers and schedulers to deliver safe working practices.

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