WA Roll Out – Chain of Responsibility 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 and well as be an overall improvement of the transport industry.

Industry Briefings Across WA

Starting September 9th 2013,  Main Roads Western Australia and the Department of Transport inconjunction with Latus, is introducing Chain of Responsibility (CoR) legislation across all major centre’s in Western Australia.

The roll out will consist of a set of intensive information sessions commencing in Perth’s Belmont Racecourse on Monday, September 9th through to Wednesday 11th and will then move to Fremantle’s Sailing Club on Wednesday 11th September through to Thursday the 12th September.

The sessions are free but you must register to attend, which you can do with via Latus by calling 1300 008 386 or email admin@latus.edu.au

WA CoR Briefings

Mike Wood

Mike Wood, Managing Director – LATUS: Logistic Risk Specialists Mike Wood is the recognised Australian Specialist on Chain of Responsibility Legislation and its Impacts upon the Logistic Industry. Since 2003, Mike has been heavily involved in Chain of Responsibility (known as Compliance and Enforcement in Western Australia). Mike is frequently interviewed or comment sort by Australian Media outlets, as well as providing expert witness testimony in legal proceedings. Most recently engaged by the Western Australian Government to help educate WA businesses on the new Compliance and Enforcement legislation and its impacts on them. Mike regularly advises Governments and Business across South East Asia and Australia on Logistic Issues, and was particularly involved in the Chain of Responsibility legislation, and codes of practice. Mike’s expertise extends to multiple facets of the Supply Chain, having undertaken projects such as, Integrated Logistic Chain Design, Australian Disaster Management Response Logistics, Coal Chain designs, Port operation & infrastructure, Logging Operation design, Sugar production, livestock movements, logging etc.

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