Welcome to your weekly CoR Compliance Email Update! This Newsletter will help you to keep up to date with the Chain of Responsibility laws that govern the transport and logistics industry.
Industry and legislation updates
The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) has released its 2014-2015 Annual Report, tabled by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, Warren Truss, in Parliament this week.
The lobby group has put forward its proposal for registration and fuel charges ahead of a crucial meeting this week that will decide fees for the 2016-2017 financial year.
It has so far resisted adopting national heavy vehicle regulations, but Western Australia has taken a step toward cross-border uniformity by implementing national rail safety measures.
The latest advertisement in the Transport Accident Commission’s Towards Zero road safety campaign is a remake of a memorable 1994 ad, in which the fatigued driver of a 1970s Volkswagen Kombi van drives into a truck, killing himself and his partner.
A CLEVELAND couple in their 60s died in a head-on accident with a truck on the Cunningham Hwy, west of Warwick, just after midday Saturday. The car caught fire when it collided with the truck, which jack-knifed.
A jury has found a truck driver guilty of culpable driving causing the deaths of four members of a family last year at Catani, south-east of Melbourne.
A Brisbane tow truck driver has attacked a rival driver, leaving him with serious injuries and producing explosive dash-camera footage.
Around 8.15am on Thursday a truck was dumping a load of material near an open air container when a fire ignited at the Sandy Creek Road premises
POLICE got more than they bargained for after stopping a prime mover and trailer for a routine check in Dandenong on Saturday morning.
Weekly CoR implementation tip
Does your organisation have the Risk Management Procedure?
The Risk Management Procedure sets out the processes and requirements of the Risk Management Framework, key responsibilities, and supporting records, policies and procedures.
The Risk Management Framework can also be called a Risk Management System, Risk Management Process or Risk Assessment Framework. Regardless of the name of the document, it will contain a set of steps that the organisation will use to identify, assess, control and monitor risks. This course will refer to the Risk Management Framework.
The Risk Management Framework is a standard set of processes and requirements adopted throughout the organisation. The framework can be used in any function or area of an organisation – from driver fatigue to intellectual property to customer service. It consists of the following stages:
- Establish the context
- Identify risks
- Assess risks
- Treat risks
- Monitor & review
- Communicate & consult
If you have subscribed to our full access subscription, you have access to the full suite of CoR Framework templates consisting of 59 policies, procedures and tools that are ready to implement into your workplace. If you would like to upgrade your subscription, just call us on 1300 362 226.
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