Managing the risks of road transport accidents
Chain of Responsibility legislation extends liability to all parties in the supply cycle
The way Chain of Responsibility laws means that everyone in the supply chain can be responsible for road transport safety. Understanding your rights and responsibilities within the supply chain is pivotal to ensuring the road transport industry is safer for workers and other road users alike.
This four-module course is designed to equip road transport industry workers with the knowledge of their roles and responsibilities in managing risks on Australian roads. Chain of Responsibility legislation extends liability to all parties in the supply cycle: from truck loaders, to schedulers, consignors, and freight agents.
This succinct and informative course provides learners with the opportunity to become aware of their specific role in preventing road accidents, in line with the Road Transport Reform (Compliance and Enforcement) Bill. It will also emphasise the importance of risk assessments and other management tools to prevent road accidents.
Specialised Work Health and Safety Training
GRC Solutions is delighted to collaborate with AlertForce, the nationally respected WHS and OHS training company, that specialises in premium compliance training for workplace and occupational health and safety (WHS/OHS).
This coupled with our comprehensive library of compliance courses and our Salt learning technology, provides a cutting edge solution.
If your business needs improved workplace capability or compliance solutions, with better learning outcomes and comprehensive reporting, then contact us to discuss your business training requirements.
Who should do this training?
This course is designed for both employees and employers across the road transport industry. From drivers, to consignors, loaders, packers, and managers, it is crucial that all stakeholders are aware of the part they play in keeping Australian roads safe.
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- Module 1: Introduction to chain of responsibility
- Module 2: The specifics of the legislation
- Module 3: Who should be held responsible?
- Module 4: What do I have to do?
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