Chain of Responsibility and Heavy Vehicle Safety Conference

The CoR and Heavy Vehicle Safety Conference explores the National Heavy Vehicle Laws


Chain of Responsibility and Heavy Vehicle Safety Conference 3-4 Dec 2014 Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour, Australia
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Join us for the CoR and Heavy Vehicle Safety Conference. The National Heavy Vehicle Laws have been rolled out meaning a new rule book applies in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia regarding vehicle standards, fatigue management and chain of responsibility.These are just some of the questions that will be addressed in the CoR and Heavy Vehicle Safety Conference in December:How have the laws been implemented and enforced nationwide?What steps can your company take to comply?What can we learn from other industries approach to fatigue management?How can you demonstrate a solid CoR system to a regulator?What are the key factors affecting HV crashes?It is vital that all links in the supply chain are fully aware of their obligations under Chain of Responsibility legislation. The conference will share how the new laws have been implemented and enforced, demonstrate recent case-studies and give practical advice with regards to heavy vehicle safety and CoR compliance.Key topics include:National Heavy Vehicle Laws updateOptimum approach to fatigue managementEvaluating new technology to promote safety in logistics and transportMaking the right decisions for your fleet during the specification stage to ensure safety and productivitySafe loading of vehicles and restraint of loadsIndustry perspective: what retailers are doing to promote safety and complianceIn-depth look at the findings of recent incident investigations and legal casesCompliance framework for heavy vehicle telematics

Two day conference (3-4 December 2014): $ 1754.50 AUD

Speakers: Inspector Phillip Brooks, NSW Police Force, Paul Endycott, General Manager Compliance Operations Branch, RMS, Shaun Talko, Engineering Manager, Transport Certification Australia, Julia Collins, Branch Manager Review and Engagement Branch, Safe Work Australia, Charlie Macdonald, Manufacturing, Transport and Logistics Industry Executive, Telstra, Steven Asnicar, Director, Urban Global and Member, Australian Logistics Council, Mike Robertson, Managing Director, Engistics