This month’s Breaking News includes information about safety coaches, DHL cargo bikes and a tyre innovation by Goodyear.
Get a free personal safety coach
Road freight transport companies (with 50 or fewer employees) that operate in the Sydney metropolitan area, Newcastle, Hunter, New England or Central West areas can apply for a free safety coach. A safety coach has the skills and experience to teach you how to comply with your workplace safety and workers compensation obligations.
Your safety coach will assess your workplace and help you develop an action plan to address any safety issues. They’ll return within six weeks to see how you have progressed. Register for your free safety coach now.
By engaging a safety coach, you also become eligible for a $500 small business rebate, which will help you introduce safety solutions into your business.
Pedalling into the future of short-haul trucking
Global parcel-delivery giant DHL is introducing a new essential transporter to its fleet. The company has replaced 33 trucks with 33 cargo bikes in the Netherlands, resulting in a massive reduction of carbon-dioxide emissions. Not to mention saving around $575,000 a year. Read more here.
No more flat tyres
Inflating your tyres too much can cause them to tear, while not having enough pressure can lead to punctures and damage to the suspension. With this in mind, Goodyear has created tyres that monitor pressure, and automatically inflate using just a regulator and a tube. Read more here.