The Chain of Responsibility (CoR) law ensures that everyone who works with heavy vehicles, from the business that employs the driver to the place where goods are delivered, is accountable for safety. This means becoming part of the chain and having shared responsibility.
Crashes involving heavy vehicles can cause significant injuries and death. What is a reasonable level of influence and control when working with heavy vehicle stakeholders in the supply chain?
This workshop provides participants with the skills and knowledge to ensure the safety of transport activities. It includes identifying and applying Chain of Responsibility (CoR) obligations under the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) or applicable state/territory laws or regulations as well as identifying and reporting of transport safety risks.
- Understand the importance of transport safety and impacts of non-compliance.
- Understand the HVNL and Chain of Responsibility legislation, including liability and enforcement.
- Identify who is responsible and what are their responsibilities pertaining to transport safety.
- Understand the requirements to ensure transport safety with regards to fatigue, speed compliance, load restraint, mass, dimension, heavy vehicle safety and roadworthiness.
Who should attend
The importance of understanding CoR responsibilities sits at various levels of the organisation. Therefore, the course is recommended for anyone involved in the supply chain involving transfer of products off site and delivery to their destination.
Your Facilitators | TBA
CPD Hours: 3
- IQA QMCS: General Workplace Health & Safety
- NSW MOC: 5 General WHS
A Certificate will be issued upon completion of the workshop.
IQA & IoQ NZ Member: $245
Non Member: $325
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Note: The scheduling and delivery of this online workshop are subject to reaching a minimum number of registered participants. The IQA will confirm the schedule for this online workshop once minimum numbers are met. All registered individuals will be promptly notified of any scheduling changes. Your understanding and cooperation are greatly appreciated.
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