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Creating clarity around new rates

In the face of uncertainty communication is the key to achieving clarity. Nowhere is this more important than in the area of the employment agreement. With the unprecedented split pay increases, this year, more...

Transport company fined $490,000 for safety breaches

After the death of a tanker driver whose vehicle rolled as he rounded a bend the transport company has been fined $490,000 after pleading guilty to breaches of the OHS Act. The fine...

New wage rates coming

The End of Financial Year is upon us with June almost half over, and ACAPMA has been inundated with calls from members asking about the wage rates from 1 July 2022. This week’s...

Funding and use of EV chargers in Australia

The Commonwealth Government, and indeed many State and Territory Governments, have introduced grant programs to accelerate the delivery of public EV recharging infrastructure in Australia in recent years. A quick analysis of...

APFI Forum registrations open

Registrations are open now for the Asia Pacific Fuel Industry Forum (APFIF) 2022. Themed ‘Doing business in a post-Covid economy’ APFIF 2022 will be held in Adelaide on 6-7 September. Key topics to...

Indifference to safety voids business insurance

In a recent case where an apprentice suffered an electric shock, the courts have voided the insurance of a business and prevented it from covering the court or workers compensation costs of...

The 47th Parliament of Australia

When the Morrison Government was elected in May 2019, Covid-19 was unknown. Further, and despite suffering significant natural disasters in the recent past, Australia had never seen anything like the scale of...

Fuel industry coming together in Singapore in June and you are invited

Refuel Forum, previously known as Petro Forum, is bringing its unique format event back in person. ReFuel Asia Pacific, presented by Open Room and will be bringing fuel suppliers, producers and retailers together...
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