The Western Australian Compliance & Enforcement Bill (Chain of Responsibility), will be bought into full effect in less than four months. Whilst CoR legislation was first introduced in WA 2008, the legislation has now been passed and regulations, including fines and enforcement will come into effect March 2014. Chain of Responsibility (CoR) legislation is set […]
The national model ‘Road Transport Reform’ (Compliance and Enforcement) Bill also known as Chain of Responsibility was introduced in WA in May 2012. The legislation has now been passed and regulations, including fines and enforcement will come into effect March 2014. WA officials expect the introduction of this legislation to improve road safety, logistics practices […]
Whether you are selling or buying transport services, there is a need to understand the actual cost of transport, it reduces transport contract risk. Sales teams bidding for contracts need to know the cost in order to determine the profitability. Buyers need to know the costs in order to determine if they are receiving a […]
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The Chain of Responsiblity also known as Compliance and Enforcement effects you. AND Sub-contracting out services does NOT remove your responsibility – find out more
The last article explored the 10 points that needed to be covered under C&E/CoR, the next question is how do we ensure that our business can comply with those 10 items. The most common method is to develop Policies & Procedures (P&P), for our business to work under. Compliance and Enforcement (Chain of Responsibility) Policies […]
Effectively the Australian Compliance and Enforcement ( Chain of Responsibility ) model legislation is “umbrella” legislation that encompasses road rules in its own state. For example, fatigue; maximum work hours in NSW & Victoria are only 15, in Queensland its 16 and in WA 17. Although the hours differ from state to state the Chain […]