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Transport Safety Forum: Navigating the transition to zero emission heavy vehicles

The road transport industry is undergoing a huge shift towards the use of electric and hydrogen technologies.

Gaining a more complex understanding of the risks and hazards associated with these technologies, will be essential for ensuring safety.

Workplace Health and Safety Queensland (WHSQ) is hosting a free online transport safety network meeting, led by industry experts in July (Wednesday 10 July). This is your chance to be at the forefront and learn more about of the zero-emission revolution in heavy vehicles.

Featured expert speakers

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Adam Ritzinger
Heavy Vehicle Industry Association (HVIA): Progress of zero emission technologies

Adam Ritzinger, Chief Technical Officer at HVIA, will provide an overview of Australia's decarbonisation efforts in the heavy vehicle industry. Learn how industry leaders are paving the way towards sustainability.

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Heather Bone
Team Global Express: A case study on their experience

Heather Bone, Director of Environmental, Social, and Governance at Team Global Express, will share insights from Australia's largest logistics electric vehicle fleet trial. Hear first-hand about their innovative partnership with the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) and the real-world experiences of transitioning to renewable energy.

Join the conversation:

This forum provides a unique platform for attendees to:

  • Engage with industry leaders: Interact with experts driving the zero-emission transition.
  • Gain valuable insights: Understand the latest technologies and safety protocols.
  • Network and collaborate: Share experiences, advice, and resources in an open, industry-led environment.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to stay informed and ahead in the rapidly evolving transport industry. For more information or to attend the meeting, contact us at We hope you can make it and feel free to pass this article onto others you think might be interested.