Software – Compliance Checkpoint
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The software can be used on tablets (recommended) or back at the office, it can be used to manage Chain of Responsibility for your company and your supply chain partners that share your CoR risk. All your CoR compliance processes can be managed from one location. You will be able to do your:
- Internal reviews – essential for your QA and preparation for an external audit.
- External audits
- Review your supply chain partners CoR Compliance.
Download the audit questions:
- Create an audit in Checkpoint
- Highlight the audit created
- Click the “checklist” button (above the audit).
- Go to Reports, from the dropbox select the blank report then choose the version you want: PDF, Excel, Word.
- Call Peter Elliot 0409 915 138 if you need help.
includes details of the type of laws the questions refer and what other transport accreditation can answer the question.
Recognising third party accreditation (Approved 22 May 2014)
Before answering an audit question you need to identify your role in CoR (Consignor / Carrier / Consignee) and refer to the Responsibility Matrix to determine the evidence you must have to be compliant.
includes what you need to have in your speed and fatigue risk assessments.
(NOTE: ALC Codes are not a complete WHS audit ) ALC can recommend an auditor that can complete an AS4801 audit for your business.
Partnership Audit Review (PAR)
The basis for conducting a PAR should be the current audit report.
A PAR may be conducted during or following an audit as pre determined by all relevant parties prior to conducting the audit
Both parties should jointly review each other’s audit report to identify any gaps or anomalies and develop actions plans to address any identified deficiencies.
Where gap or anomalies are identified during the PAR each individual item will remain open (unresolved) until both parties can agree that the issue has been resolved to their mutual satisfaction.
This is a critical part of the audit arrangement that each item has been closed out to the mutual satisfaction of the related parties in the chain.
Each party to the audit process has the right to challenge any aspects of the other parties audit report if they believe the auditors finding to not be a true representation of what actually happens in their specific commercial relationship/s