REVIEW: Industry groups are calling for a broader review into telematics.
REVIEW: Industry groups are calling for a broader review into telematics. Kirstin Payne

Watch live NSW safety inquiry webcast

AFTER the spate of serious accidents on NSW roads in recent months, the state's first public inquiry into heavy vehicle safety gets underway in Parliament House in Sydney on Monday.

You can watch all the proceedings as they happen by clicking here.

Submissions start at 9am and finish at 4.45pm and include input from Bill McKinley, Chief of Staff, Australian Trucking Association, Ron Finemore, Executive Chairman Ron Finemore Transport, and a host of academics and industry chiefs.

For a full timetable and detailed list of speakers, go here. We'll also be tweeting summaries through the day @BigRigsnews, and reporting on the Staysafe summit in the next issue of Big Rigs, out on April 20.

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