Minecorp is featured in this month’s edition of Business Review Australia. Read about our capabilities in fleet modification and how we are diversifying to service the entire fleet market. Read more…
Read the full journal Business Review Australia Sept 2015.… Continue Reading
A Workplace Health and Safety Queensland study has confirmed that over-centre type load tensioning devices (dogs) and extension (cheater) bars are a serious risk for workers in the transport industry.
Dogs and cheater bars are widely used load restraint devices… Continue Reading
It is not recommended to use fixed or pivoting lever binders because they can cause serious injury when applying or releasing lashings. However, despite several major transport companies announcing that they will stop using them, the practice continues. One company… Continue Reading
We’re all used to seeing stories in the media about the importance of losing weight. But ‘weight loss’ takes on a whole new meaning if you work with fleet vehicles, where carrying too many kilos has become a significant legal… Continue Reading
The Australian 4 Wheel Drive Industry Council is concerned following a recent RACQ media release surrounding the fitment of bull bars, referencing Toyota Australia President David Buttner’s remarks that their bull bars are “fashion accessories” for vehicles. — Australian Automotive… Continue Reading
A good read from Tom Tom Telematics for all Fleet Managers and Executive Management on “10 Steps to better Driver Behaviour”. There are many reasons to put incentives and deterrents in place to improve driver behaviour, including safety and lower… Continue Reading