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In the Resources section you can find a variety of useful materials that relate to the T&L industry. You can download educational resources and industry specific brochures or avail of a number of guides and training materials below. You can also find a comprehensive list of useful links and an in-depth glossary of terms and acronyms that you might encounter in the T&L industry.

Load Restraint DVD

Load Restraint

This segmented DVD (total duration approximately 20 minutes) can be used in a road transport or trade, training environment by business, training establishment or the individual. The DVD will make people aware of the need for correct load restraint. It will communicate safe transport of loads through explanation of basic principles such as vehicle selection, load positioning and stability, restraint equipment and checks.

This great Load Restraint DVD developed in WA by the transport industry is available for sale at a cost of $35.00 plus postage from the LTC.

Click on the DVD to fill out a form and place your order.




New Careers Website – The LINC

The Logistics Training Council is proud to be associated with the recently updated industry-specific careers and occupation website, which features both national and locally based information.

The LINC (Logistics Information and Navigation Centre) website, an initiative by the South Australian Freight Council, is proudly supported by the Freight and Logistics Council of WA and similar authorities in other States.

The innovative website has been designed specifically to attract and retain skilled workers to the T & L industry, which is projected to triple in size by 2050 due to increased demand.

It features an interactive careers pathways tool designed to engage the individual and demonstrate the vast array of career opportunities available in the transport and logistics industry.

The website also includes sponsorship opportunities on both a state and national level.

Trucking Environmental Best Practice Guide

Trucking Industry Environmental Best Practice Guide

The Australian Trucking Association, in conjunction with the Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, has developed a new Trucking Industry Environmental Best Practice Guide to assist trucking operators establish a set of environmental guidelines for their business and assist in the prevention of environmental incidents.

The Guide includes case studies from innovative companies who have pursued environmental objectives aligned with finding ways to lower their overheads and operating costs.

Click on the image to download the guide.

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