The Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (RSRT) is an independent national tribunal that has functions relating to the road transport industry.
The work of the RSRT can affect:
- road transport drivers (both employees and contractor drivers)
- employers or hirers of road transport drivers
- participants in the supply chain in relation to road transport drivers.
The RSRT’s functions include:
- making road safety remuneration orders
- approving and assisting with negotiations for road transport collective agreements
- dealing with certain disputes relating to road transport drivers, their employers or hirers, and participants in the supply chain
- conducting research into pay, conditions and related matters that could affect safety in the road transport industry.
- Draft Road Safety Remuneration Order (RSRO) for the cash in transit industry issued
Draft Road Safety Remuneration Order (RSRO) for the cash in transit industry issued
The Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (the Tribunal) has issued a draft Road Safety Remuneration Order (RSRO) for the cash in transit industry.
The publication of the Draft Transport (Cash in Transit) Road Safety Remuneration Order 2015 follows the Tribunal’s publication of the Final Report of the Inquiry into the Cash in Transit Industry in March 2015.
The draft RSRO applies to a road transport driver employed or engaged in the cash in transit industry and imposes requirements on employers or hirers of that road transport driver and participants in the supply chain.
The Tribunal will now undertake a period of consultation with interested parties before determining whether to make a final and enforceable RSRO for the cash in transit industry.
The President of the Tribunal, the Hon Jennifer Acton, will conduct a short hearing at 1pm on 27 April 2015 for interested parties to discuss the timetable and process for submissions and comments regarding the draft RSRO.
15 April 2015