Hall of Fame Winners & Awards Dinner
AFCA and its members come together every two years
to celebrate the legends of our industry
and award those for their contribution.
Professional Freight Task Management Program
Professional Freight Task Management program was developed
following several crash investigations identifying the need for a
program such as PFTM that focused on the human factors that
contribute to crashes within the transport industry.
Open to ALL industries and professionals, both within and
outside the transport sector the PFTM program combines the
knowledge and expertise of our extensively qualified trainers
with real-world examples and practical training sessions.
Webinar & Podcast
Our webinar and podcast series is open to all AFCA
members. If you are unable to attend any of our online
sessions we provide access to each webinar recording.
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Vic Govt fails to walk the talk ... again
1 December 2023
Today’s release of support packages for the forest contracting businesses being forced to exit the industry has shown that the Victorian Government has again failed to walk the talk, according to the Australian Forest Contractors Association.
Forest contractors have approached negotiations with the government in good faith and have not been met with a fair and genuine compensation package despite the commitments that were repeatedly made, AFCA General Manager Tim Lester said today.
“Former Premier Dan Andrews said ‘we will wrap every support we possibly can around the people, businesses and communities’. That is not evident in this package.
“Former Agriculture Minister Gayle Tierney provided a commitment for fair and genuine business compensation. We are yet to see it.
“Premier Allan said she would meet with us. We are still waiting.