Study Chain of Responsibility Training – Supervisors Level 2 (CoR for Supervisors ) via e-learning/online if if you’re involved in overseeing any aspect of the transport supply chain. Gain a deeper insight into your safety obligations outlined in The Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) and how to monitor/manage it in your workplace.
The Chain of Responsibility training for Supervisors, also called Level 2, focuses on your comprehensive understanding of HVNL and the obligations binding you as a party to the Chain of Responsibility. Whether your CoR role may be direct or indirect with regards CoR, the costs of training team members will aid in preventing and mitigating issues and is an aspect you can confidently communicate about with your clients.
Our Chain of Responsibility Level 2 course is an accredited course in line with all relevant laws and regulations. Facilitated online by our seasoned transport industry driving trainers, completing this course ensures you possess a comprehensive comprehension of responsibilities within the goods supply chain, encompassing both chain of responsibility and the administration and enhancement of CoR within your business.
- UOC: TLIF0014 -Monitor the Safety of Transport Activities (Chain of Responsibility)
- Cost: From $250
- Duration: 1/2 Day
|08:00 am - 04:30 pm
|08:00 am - 04:30 pm
The Chain of Responsibility Training for Supervisors (CoR) course content is the next level training in CoR with the focus on administration and monitoring. We want you to understand enough so you can critically review, enhance and potentially even set up your own CoR system for your business. We will help you understand the law, the types of policies and procedures and how to access information to help your effectiveness as a manager or supervisor of the CoR.
Content that makes up our CoR Supervisor Level 2 online training is provided below.
During the course the topics and skills covered include:
Reviewing the chain of responsibility (CoR) features in the Heavy Vehicle National Law and regulations or applicable state/territory law and regulations
- Principal obligations within chain of responsibility in the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) and regulations or applicable state/territory law and regulations are identified
- Principal duties of each party in the chain of responsibility as outlined in the HVNL and regulations or applicable state/territory law and regulations are explained
- Breaches and penalties for each party for failure to comply with chain of responsibility as identified in the HVNL and regulations or applicable state/territory law and regulations are explained
- Reasonable steps to be followed by each party to comply with chain of responsibility as outlined in the HVNL and regulations or applicable state/territory law and regulations are explained
- Workplace policies, procedures and documentation, methods and requirements of speed and fatigue, vehicle dimension and weight considerations through to secure loads
Administer and monitor chain of responsibility (CoR) workplace policies and procedures
- Workplace policies and procedures relating to chain of responsibility are applied within the scope of responsibilities of own role
- Workplace policies and procedures relating to chain of responsibility and any associated changes are communicated to all staff
- Application of workplace policies and procedures relating to chain of responsibility is monitored to ensure compliance with requirements
- Appropriate action is taken when non-compliances with chain of responsibility requirements are identified
Identify and report chain of responsibility (CoR) breaches
- Chain of responsibility breaches are identified and investigated, and appropriate rectification action is taken
- Workplace and industry practices for reporting chain of responsibility breaches are identified and followed
As an additional information, you are party to the Chain of Responsibility (as indicated by NHVR) if you:
- Employ a heavy vehicle driver (employer)
- Engage someone to drive a heavy vehicle under a contract for services (prime contractor)
- Direct the control and use of a heavy vehicle (operator)
- Schedule the transport of goods and passengers in a heavy vehicle, or schedule a driver’s work and rest hours (scheduler)
- Consign goods for transport by a heavy vehicle (consignor)
- Receive goods delivered by a heavy vehicle (consignee)
- Pack or assemble goods for transport in a heavy vehicle (packer)
- Manage premises where five or more heavy vehicles are loaded or unloaded each day (loading manager)
- Load a heavy vehicle (loader)
- Unload a heavy vehicle (unloader)
If you successfully complete this course, you will receive a certificate which indicates the Statement of Attainments as recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework. This is a nationally recognised certification. The Statement is issued by us, Harness Energy (RTO 40521).
The Chain of Responsibility for Supervisors ‘Statement of attainment’ is for the Nationally Accredited Units of Competency:
- TLIF0014 – Monitor the safety of transport activities (Chain of Responsibility)
The Certificate is usually needed as evidence for your employer for safety and compliance requirements.
Replaces and equivalent to: TLIF0002 – Administer chain of responsibility policies and procedures
CoR – Drivers level. You can enrol to do both levels. Important online & e-learning course equipment requirements apply. Please check the details under the heading ‘Online and E-learning Equipment Requirements’ contained in Important Course Requirements
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