Comment on proposed changes to transporting dangerous goods by road and rail

Comment on proposed changes to transporting dangerous goods by road and rail
Comment on proposed changes to transporting dangerous goods by road and rail

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The transport of dangerous goods inAustraliaby road and rail is governed by well-established laws and regulatory arrangements, but further improvements are needed, according to a National Transport Commission (NTC) review.

NTC chief executive Nick Dimopoulos said the review has identified a number of recommendations to further strengthen the regulatory framework that is in place.

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