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Member Health Benefits

Introducing the CILTA Health Plan Introducing rt health fund – a not-for-profit, mutual health fund that’s been taking care of Australia’s transport industry workers since 1889.

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Safety in Action Show - 5 - 6 September 2017

The Safety Conference 5-6 September Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre Held concurrently with the Safety in Action Show will be a two-day, high profile conference for Safety leaders.

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International Convention Presentations - Macau 2017

Presentations from International Convention in Macau are available here.

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ABRM-CILN 2017 CALL FOR PAPERS ANNOUNCEMENT

ABRM-CILN 2017 CALL FOR PAPERS ANNOUNCEMENT Paper Submission is officially open!

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Special Advertising Offer from Aberdeen for first 5 Interested CILTA Members

We have a limited number of suppliers/contractors who have already dealt with Government/Council to get involved each year (no more than 5 companies per industry on a national level and no more than 2 per state that operate regionally). We make this offer to the first five CILTA Members of National Companies for the 2018/19 Directory plus advertising and you don't have to pay until September 2018!

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Australasia Bus & Coach Expo 2017

Just a quick update re the upcoming Australasia Bus & Coach Expo 2017.

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Take part in our humanitarian logistics survey now

Humanitarian logistics and supply chain management is a critical function, both in preparing for and responding to disasters. Up to 80% of the costs of an emergency operation can be attributed to logistics.

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Newsletter July 2017

We are now gearing up for the national awards function that has now been set for Saturday October 28th 2017 and is to be held in Sydney. It is hoped that we will also be joined by our International President Kevin O’Byrne who hopes to be in Australia at the time.

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Towards perpetual equipment by avoiding batteries

Stone Age implements were passed between generations. Then the abacus and the Singer sewing machine were passed between generations so cost per operation approached zero. Today you can still see some 50 year old transistor radios in use. The almost “perpetual” product is nothing new though of course, nothing strictly lasts forever.

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