TruckSafe welcomes three new administrators
The Australian Trucking Association has appointed three new members to the TruckSafe Board of Directors.
The industry’s premier accreditation program, TruckSafe welcomes Lindy Pascoe, National Chain of Custody and Compliance Manager at Australia Post, WHS Manager at Cleary Bros Transport, Kate Jarvis and Compliance Manager at Blenners Transport, Maree Keilar, in as directors of TruckSafe for their vast industry knowledge and passion for safety.
“TruckSafe has received many expressions of interest from a wide range of people including trucking operators, auditors, consultants and manufacturers of safety products,” said ATA President, David Smith.
“The ATA is delighted to welcome Lindy, Kate and Maree and is confident that their skills, expertise and industry knowledge will be able to support TruckSafe’s mission and increase its influence,” he said. -he declares.
In their role as Directors of TruckSafe, Ms Pascoe, Ms Jarvis and Ms Keilar will help the Board of Directors deliver tangible benefits to trucking operators, customers, governments and the community, as well as members to fulfill. their duty of care and chain of custody obligations.
“Lindy, Kate and Maree have the passion and knowledge to help our industry adopt safer and more productive transportation practices,” said TruckSafe President Ferdie Kroon.
“On behalf of the TruckSafe Board of Directors, I look forward to working collaboratively and openly with them to deliver value to members and the industry,” he said.
A practicing lawyer, Ms. Pascoe brings a wealth of knowledge to the TruckSafe Board of Directors with expertise in compliance, policy, investigations, prosecutions and legislation. Prior to her role at Australia Post, she also worked with Visy Australia and VicRoads.
“Joining the TruckSafe Board of Directors is a great opportunity to positively influence change and support a board passionate about the trucking industry,” said Ms. Pascoe.
“It allows me to share my knowledge and expertise in a meaningful way as I believe TruckSafe benefits the trucking industry by offering a holistic approach to safety and compliance,” she said.
Ms. Jarvis has over 20 years of experience in the field of WH&S and injury management, with a Masters in OHS Management and a Bachelor of Medical Science. His experience includes designing a range of WHS training programs in the areas of due diligence, leadership, risk management and specialist risk areas.
“I look forward to joining the TruckSafe Board of Directors to consolidate my skills and experience in a new environment with a more strategic focus,” said Ms. Jarvis.
“The current board of directors is very passionate about improving safety in the transportation industry, and with some exciting initiatives underway, it is exciting to join them on this journey,” she said. declared.
With 9 years of experience in compliance management, Ms. Keilar has a range of specialist knowledge in accreditation programs including TruckSafe, the National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme, WA Heavy Vehicle Accreditation, HACCP and agricultural export. She is also a strong advocate for the safety and health of drivers.
“TruckSafe’s emphasis not only on the technical elements of accreditation but also on human safety factors is something that in my opinion makes a significant difference in the safety performance of the industry,” said Ms. Keilar said.
“I am delighted to join the group of motivated and passionate safety experts and look forward to contributing to TruckSafe as a member of the board,” she said.