National Transport Regulations Reform

20-21 Jun 2013 at Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney, Sydney, Australia


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From 10:30 am - 6:30 pm

The National Transport Regulations Reform Conference brings together all transport sectors to discuss the challenges and opportunities of a new transport reform system.

Regulations across the transport sector have undergone a vigorous overhaul in recent years in the pursuit of better safety, economic, environmental and social outcomes. But, the regulatory landscape is an evolving one and regulators and industry must continue to work together to deliver innovative reforms which have real and tangible results for industry. Informa is proud to host the 2nd National Transport Regulations Reform Conference.

This two day event will see government officials and regulators from rail, road, shipping and aviation provide detailed updates on the work that is being accomplished, and continues to be undertaken in regards to regulation reform. Attendees will also hear insights from transport operators as to how they prepared for, and are managing, compliance under new regulations.

Tim Reardon, Deputy Director General - Policy and Regulation, Transport for NSW
Sue McCarrey, Deputy Director General, Department of Transport, WA
Mark Cridland, Deputy Director-General (Policy, Planning and Investment), Department of Transport and Main Roads, QLD
Peter Foley, General Manager, Surface Safety Investigations, ATSB
John Fladun, General Manager, Domestic Vessel Division, AMSA
Dr Jonathan Aleck, Associate Director, Aviation Safety, CASA
Dennis Cliche, Chair, Transport Reform Network
Rod Nairn, Acting CEO, Shipping Australia
Brian McNaught, National Rail Accreditation and Compliance Manager, SCT Logistics
Neil Murphy, Chief Executive Officer, South Australian Freight Council


Price: Two day conference (20 - 21 June 2013): $1974.50 AUD

Category: Conferences.

From: June 20, 2013 00:00
To: June 21, 2013 23:59

Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney, 27 O'Connell Street, 2000, Sydney, Australia



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