Program released for the ALC Supply Chain Safety & Compliance Summit

Program released for the ALC Supply Chain Safety & Compliance Summit
PROGRAM ANNOUNCED

 

Early bird registration rate available until
30 June 

With the theme Chain of Responsibility is all about Safety, the Summit will feature policy discussions and seminars / workshops.

The Summit is integral to ALC’s commitment to raising awareness about Chain of Responsibility (CoR), which impacts on all parts of the supply chain, as well as advising industry participants on some practical steps they can take to ensure high levels of safety and compliance.

The Summit will consider how supply chains and networks can be champions of work health and safety by adopting practices which then influence other supply chain members’ perceptions, expectations and actions.

A key focus will be the significant extension to CoR that is to be considered by governments during 2016, which proposes extending the legal obligations and liabilities of executive officers / directors.

ALC was a leading advocate in the recent abolition of the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal, and the Summit will discuss how to implement meaningful reforms and drive safety outcomes in Australia’s supply chains.

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KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS BY:

Hon Luke Donnellan MP, Minister for Roads and Road Safety, Minister for Ports
James Hookham, Deputy Chief Executive, Freight Transport Association (UK)
Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash, Minister for Employment
Brian Kruger, Managing Director, Toll


WITH SESSIONS INCLUDING:

The UK Operator Licensing scheme and the role of technology in driving higher standards of safety and compliance
Developments in National Law and Alignment with Work Health Safety
Alignment of Chain of Responsibility and Work Health Safety Laws
Responsibilities of consignors and consignees
Technology as a driver of CoR Compliance
Draft NHVR Guideline on Industry Codes of Practice
ISO 31000 risk management
The role of organisational context in driver safety
Trends in Australian heavy vehicle accidents and relevance to the former Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal
The Supply Chain and Networks Shared Duty of Care and Responsibility project

AND WORKSHOPS ON:

The practical application of CoR from the frontline to the boardroom
Marine Order 42 and CoR
CoR board reporting
Safe Work Australia Guideline on managing risks of hazardous chemical exposure when unpacking containers
Grain supply chain safety and compliance opportunities
Load restraint
Forestry

 

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