Australasian Fleet Conference & Exhibition 2019

3 days / 40+ Exhibitors
35+ Speakers / 20+ Educational sessions
May 22nd – 24th 2019

Providing professional development for the fleet industry

24 years as the peak industry body – linking people & knowledge, creating outcomes

Day 3

May 24
Breakout Session

An Interactive Conversation on the Realities of Grey Fleet Management

This fully interactive session includes live polling and questioning from the floor. We’ll provide an overview of what is grey fleet is, its diversity, challenges and roadmap for organisational control.

There are so many questions about grey fleet. Does your organisation see grey fleet as part of their mobility solution, are they ignoring Australian Tax Office guidelines, are they fulfilling their Work Health and Safety obligations?

This is your chance to understand the issue, demystify the challenges and understand who’s in control. Bring your smartphone and join the session!

*Content and speaker are subject to change.

Breakout Session


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Manager – National Road Safety Partnership Program (NRSPP)

Jerome Carslake is the Manager of the National Road Safety Partnership Program (NRSPP) and Co-Chair of the Australian and New Zealand Driverless Vehicle Initiative (ADVI) Policy and Risk Group, both of which are delivered by ARRB.

Jerome has an extensive knowledge in workplace road safety management and the collaborative development of solutions. Jerome’s has a broad background in transport including leading the development of the NRSPP and other strategic projects within that National Transport Commission and as a consultant and policy adviser within the agricultural sector on related supply chains.

Jerome’s origins are from the northern wheat belt of Western Australia and studies in agricultural science, agribusiness, project management, strategic research and stakeholder engagement. He has a Masters in Agribusiness and Bachelor of Agricultural Science. His passion is in team work and collaboration which originate from his rowing at an elite level in Western Australia as both a rower and coach.




Associate Professor and Dean of Law – Flinders University

Associate Professor Tania Leiman is the Dean of Law at Flinders University, where she has taught tort law for many years.

She has a background in private legal practice, including representing plaintiffs in motor vehicle personal injury litigation.

She is the author of the National Road Safety Partnership Program’s publications Grey Fleet: Legal Implications for Businesses, and Light Vehicles –Legal Implications For Businesses.

She has published and presented widely on the legal implications of driverless vehicles and is a member of the Legal sub-group of the Australian Driverless Vehicle Initiative [ADVI]’s Policy & Risk Group.




Group Manager, Procurement and Fleet – Churches of Christ in Qld

Richard has broad ranging experience across fleet management, procurement, contract/supplier management, project consultancy and mechanical engineering, gained in both the not-for-profit and telecommunications industries.

Richard has over 29 years’ experience managing fleet, including leading large and complex fleet functions at a state and national level, encompassing fleets from 600 to 25,000 units.

He won the AfMA Fleet Safety Award in 2003, was awarded the AfMA Fleet Manager of the Year Award in 2008, and recently won the AfMA Fleet Environment Award in 2017.

Richard has implemented fleet systems, run national fleet tenders, as well as initiating cost savings and fleet safety systems. He is currently focused on reducing risk through a strong focus on driver safety, including grey fleet risk reduction, and exploring alternatives to fossil fuel powered vehicles.




Health, Safety and Wellbeing Consultant

With over 18 years Health, Safety, Wellbeing and Environmental experience in multiple sectors. Dwayne has a career that extends over 5 different countries. Having worked for large, complex and dynamic multinational businesses.

Dwayne is especially passionate about road safety. Having worked in high risk environments where road safety is not considered a priority. Dwayne was able to bring about the culture and leadership change needed to place road safety as a key business risk.

Dwayne was responsible for setting strategic and governance frameworks for operations that included large fleets and HO vehicles. Through the use of telematic solutions he was able to drive sustained improvements in losses and injuries while reducing the overall fleet costs.
Technology is changing the way we work and live. Road safety is no different. Dwayne is excited about the opportunity’s technology has for road safety.

Our roads are not as safe as they could be. These are complex environments with many variables affecting the safety of our roads. However, through the collective force of likeminded individuals we can improve the status quo.




Director – Futureye

Daniel is a Director at Futureye. He is a management consultant that specialises in preparing organisations and society for change in the shadow of the fourth industrial revolution.

He has a background in new business models, organisational performance and change. He is a founder of successful education startup businesses and his previous experience includes strategy roles at Nous Group and REA Group.

His current work includes planning the transition to automated vehicles, artificial intelligence and jobs of the future.

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