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"For the record" allows the community to read about the views of the TAC on current issues.

For the record - In response to concerns over TAC’s investments - 14 Apr 2014

The TAC understands there are community concerns that TAC monies are invested in Super A-mart, by Quadrant Private Equity. The TAC does have some investments via Quadrant Private Equity, which are managed on the TAC’s behalf by the Victorian Funds Management Corporation (VFMC). However, the TAC funds are not invested

For the record - TAC returning to business as usual staffing levels - 20 Feb 2014

At this time, there are 70 positions associated with projects that are coming to an end. They involve staff engaged on fixed-term contracts to deliver specific service improvement initiatives over and above our normal day to day requirements. These positions are not permanent and were always expected to finish when

For the record - TAC statement regarding Geelong Football Club - 16 Jan 2014

The following statement relates to a meeting held today, 16 January, between the TAC and the Geelong Football Club following an incident involving Cats player, Billie Smedts, last month: The TAC can confirm that it has met with the CEO of Geelong Football Club, Brian Cook and other key representatives

For the record - Legislative Amendments 2013 - 21 Nov 2013

The Victorian Parliament has passed 26 amendments to the Transport Accident Act 1986 to ensure people affected by road trauma get the most appropriate care, treatment and compensation well into the future. The Act guides the TAC on the types of benefits it can pay and any conditions that might

For the record - For the Record in response to media reports 27 October 2013 on proposed legislative changes - 29 Oct 2013

The Transport Accident Commission would like to clarify some facts about the legislative changes before the Victorian Parliament. Firstly, claims that the reforms will impact on the rights of emergency workers who attend accident scenes, are completely wrong. These groups will continue to be able to access compensation through the