Delay the Road Safety Remuneration Order & abolish the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal
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The Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (RSRT) has delivered the 2016 Road Safety Remuneration Order (RSRO) that is effective as of 4.15pm 7th April. The RSRO discriminates between small owner-drivers and larger transport companies with different rules for different people and businesses that put the money into the hands of large business.
With this order in place it will impact not only 35,000 owner-drivers but also the industry and the Australian economy. Increasing prices of groceries, loss of trucking businesses and all of the peripheral business that rely on the industry. The mum’s and dad’s who have worked hard to set up businesses, put their own money (houses & families) on the line, employ others and pay people for services.
These businesses operate all over Australia and are the lifeblood of many communities whether they be located rurally, regionally or in cities.
The fate of the owner-driver now lies in your hands.
Minister Cash will introduce a bill into parliament at the next sitting and we call on you to delay the 2016 RSRO until 1 January 2017 with the aim to ultimately have the RSRT abolished.
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