WA Compliance and Enforcement (Chain of Responsibility) The roll out of Chain of Responsibility (CoR) legislation in Western Australia is now in full swing with over 250 people from across the transport industry attending the first information sessions. Latus working with Main Roads WA and the Department of Transport are hosting state wide briefing sessions […]
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 […]
Every day there are risk factors that may be impacting on your Logistics’ operations, risk factors that are increasing in application and scope that will result in damage to your brand. With the introduction of Chain of Responsibility legislation these risks are greater than ever before. Do you know what risks your business is exposed […]
The Refrigerated Warehouse & Transport Association (RWTA) recently developed and had accredited their Code of Practice for Chain of Responsibility. They are now able to apply the code within in the industry sector regardless of size of the business, this means all businesses have a common system and all contractors large or small have 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 […]