The TAC and WorkSafe have launched a newsletter, enable, for disability service providers. In this first issue, we find out how a regional agency in south-west Victoria gained ISO 9001 accreditation, meet a new team at the TAC protecting vulnerable clients, and get the latest news from across the industry.
The Transport Accident Commission is reminding drivers and motorcycle riders to look out for each other on the roads, with rider numbers set to increase sharply during the coming warmer months.
Victorians injured in transport accidents will no longer be out of pocket for health and medical treatment under proposed new legislation introduced into the Victorian Parliament today.
Work is underway on a major upgrade to the Midland Highway between Ballarat and Creswick, turning the notorious stretch of road into one of the region’s safest.
Victoria’s Graduated Licensing System is reducing the risk of crashes for young drivers and saving lives, according to an independent review.
The Transport Accident Commission’s Annual Report was tabled in State Parliament today, confirming the scheme is delivering improved service for clients and is in a financially sound position.
The Andrews Labor Government has launched a new payment system that will transform the way Victorian medical and health practitioners transact with the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) and improve care for Victorians.
A new housing development in Wheelers Hill will give six Victorians the freedom to return to independent living after being seriously injured on the road.
The Transport Accident Commission will continue its push to create safer Victorian motorcycle riders through a partnership with influential Melbourne motorcycle group Kustom Kommune.
The Transport Accident Commission has uncovered the real life stories of Victorians who have narrowly avoided death and serious injury on the roads for its latest campaign.