- NHVR – CoR publications – fact sheets & pocasts
- Austroads / NTC – Assessing Fitness to Drive 2016
- RMS – Fatigue Management and the Chain of Responsibility
- NTC – Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road & Rail Edition 7.4 New 21/12/15
- NHVR – National Heavy Vehicle Inspection Manual New 15/12/15 effective July 2016
- SafeWork NSW – Unpacking shipping containers NEW 1/12/15
- Safe Driving Plan (SDP) template.
- For the full Kit of COR Management Templates ( 6 Policies, Procedures and Tools to meet the NHVL requirements go to https://www.coraustralia.com/shop/full-subscription/
CoR Fact Sheets
- NHVR – Record keeping requirements (fatigue) NEW
- QLD Speed limiter requirements
- VicRoads Managing speed compliance
- NSW RMS Dimension Requirements
- NSW RMS Infrastructure Projects
- NSW RMS Loading Requirements
- NSW RMS Mass Limits
- NSW RMS Operator Case Studies
- NSW RMS Speeding Compliance
- Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road & Rail Edition 7.4
- VIC GOVERNMENT GAZETTE G2 – DANGEROUS GOODS ACT 1985 (VIC)This exemption is made by Victorian WorkCover Authority in accordance with Regulation 168 of the Dangerous Goods (Transport by Road or Rail) Regulations 2008. Purpose: To permit the transport of personal care/household dangerous goods items packed in limited quantities (LQ) from having to comply with the transport documentation and placarding requirements as set out in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods Code by Road and Rail seventh (7) edition (ADG Code).
Industry Guides & Codes of Practice
- Chemicals of Concern – provides guidance to sectors who work with one or more of the 11 high-risk chemicals that could be used to make homemade bombs.
- LUEZ Loading, Unloading Exclusion Zones
- TEBARS Truck Emergency Breakdown and Roadside Safety
- Draft model Code of Practice – Traffic Management in Workplaces
- Model Code of Practice – Managing the Work Environment and Facilities
Training Program Overview
|Chain of Responsibility||Fatigue Management||Loading and Unloading|
|All Staff||Introduction to Chain of Responsibility (Awareness)||Introduction to CoR (Awareness)||Introduction to CoR (Awareness)|
|Key Corporate Staff||Apply Chain of responsibility Legislation, Regulations and Workplace Procedures (Basic)||Basic Fatigue (Awareness)||Basic Loading & Unloading (Awareness)|
|Level 1 Frontline Staff||TLIF0001: Apply Chain of responsibility Legislation, Regulations and Workplace Procedures (Level 1)||Apply Fatigue Management Strategies (TLIF2010)||Load and unload goods/cargo (TLID2004A)|
|Level 2 Supervisors and Managers||TLIF0002: Administer Chain of Responsibility Policies and Procedures (Level 2)||Administer the implementation of Fatigue Management strategies (TLIF3063)||Load and unload goods/cargo (TLID2004A)|
|Level 3 Managers and Directors||TLIF0003: Develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure chain of responsibility compliance (Level 3)||Manage Fatigue Management policy and procedures (TLIF4064)||Load and unload goods/cargo (TLID2004A)|
|Level 4 Executive||CoR executive Briefing||CoR executive Briefing||CoR executive Briefing|
For Training on the following Programs below go to ww.coraustralia.com
- Demonstrate awareness of Chain of Responsibility regulations (TLIF2092A) has been updated to
- Implement Chain of Responsibility regulations (TLIF3093A) has been updated to
- Ensure compliance with Chain of Responsibility (TLIF4094A) has been update toTLIF0003 –
- Apply Fatigue Management strategies (TLIF2010A)
- Administer the implementation of Fatigue Management strategies (TLIF3063A)
- Manage Fatigue Management policy and procedures (TLIF4064A)
- Load and unload goods/cargo (TLID2004A)
- Complete a work diary (TLIE3028A)
- About the Chain of Responsibility
- CoR publications fact sheets & pocasts
- Container weight declarations
- Guide – 1-Tonne Tri-Axle Mass Transfer Allowance Sept 2014
- Industry codes of practice
- National compliance and enforcement laws
- National Heavy Vehicle Inspection Manual New 15/12/15
- National Heavy Vehicle Law information
- Reasonable steps defence
- Roles and responsibilities of parties in the supply chain
- SafeWork Australia AUSTRALIAN WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY STRATEGY 2012–2022
- Transport Certification Australia
- West Australia – CoR
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