MTASA: Meet your new divisional specialists
The MTA has welcomed two new divisional specialists that come with a wealth of industry experience
MTASA: Mandated Code of Conduct for Automotive Repairers the way to go!
Sam Duluk MP, Member for Waite has given notice in Parliament to introduce a Bill to the South Aus
MTASA: Parts supply shortage effect on local industry
The MTA has been keeping tabs on current industry concerns regarding international supply chain sh
MTASA Submissions - IR Reform Omnibus legislation
Last month, we explored one of the biggest shake-ups in the industrial relations sphere since the
WH&S and Worker’s Compensation claims arising from COVID-19
Under WH&S legislation, every PCBU has a primary duty to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicab
Important Coronavirus (COVID-19) May Update for MTA Members
The Federal Government have implemented a range of changes in order to try to slow the outbreak of
Important Coronavirus (COVID-19) April Update for MTA Members
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is having a big impact on businesses in South Australia and the Norther
Tackling Automotive Recycling Issues
Recycling in the automotive industry has become a big issue for many businesses and not just autom
Do you store items on racks?
SafeWork SA is investigating an Adelaide based business where an incident occurred involving the c
MTASA: Get Your Business Fully Compliant in Workplace Health & Safety
If you have received a request from a supplier or business partner that requires you to have in pl
MTASA ARE YOU EMPLOYING AN APPRENTICE? WE’LL TAKE CARE OF THE TRAINING
The MTA’s Training and Employment Centre delivers high quality automotive training and is your one
MTASA: Vehicles with Takata Airbags will be Refused Registration
The South Australian Registrar of Motor Vehicles has announced that from 1 November 2018 vehicles
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