2015 ALC Supply Chain Safety & Compliance Summit

Over 300 delegates attended the two-day Supply Chain Safety & Compliance Summit on 26-27 August to share ideas, benchmark best practice and identify areas where improvements can be made to improve safety and compliance outcomes.  A series of actions were agreed upon at the Summit which focus on making the supply chain safer and more compliant.

  • Click here for information on how ALC is implementing actions from the 2014 Summit.
  • Click here for ALC’s new video on the National Logistics Safety Code.
  • Click here for the opening address at the ALC Supply Chain Safety & Compliance Summit.


Session 1: Update on Outcomes from the 2014 ALC Supply Chain Safety & Compliance Summit and CoR Session at ALC Forum 2015
Ingilby Dickson, Chair, ALC Safety Committee

Session 2: Chain of Responsibility – What have we learnt and what is next?
Michael Crellin, Manager, Chain of Responsibility Regulatory Compliance, National Heavy Vehicle Regulator

Session 2: Chain of Responsibility – What have we learnt and what is next?
Peter Wells, Director Customer & Compliance, NSW Roads & Maritime Services

Session 3:  Chain of Responsibility – Next steps for the National Transport Commission
Marcus Burke, Project Director – Heavy Vehicle Compliance & Technology, National Transport Commission

Session 4: Chain of Responsibility – How an industry has applied the National Logistics Safety Code and used it to improve their safety and competitive advantage
Peter Elliot, Program Manager, Safety, Australian Logistics Council
Linda Venables, Chief Logistics Officer, Metcash Trading Limited, with David Dyer, Director, Dyers Australia

Session 5: An overview of recent CoR legal cases – ramifications for industry
Geoff Farnsworth, Partner, Holding Redlich

Session 6:  Where SOLAS meets CoR: the Terminal Container Weight Conundrum
Danella Wilmshurst, Partner, Holding Redlich

Session 7:  The Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal and Chain of Responsibility
The Honourable Jennifer Acton, President, Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal

Wrap up: Day one
Ingilby Dickson, Chair, ALC Safety Committee

Workshop:  ASI LSC Update
Phil Casey, National Safety Manager, Australian Steel Institute

Workshop: Partnership Audit Reviews
Paul Driver, Executive Director, Jacob Reed Australia

Workshop: Back of vehicle height safety
Jason McMartin, Manager Bar Operations OneSteel

Workshop: Subcontractor management – best practice
Sarah Jones, Group Manager Road Transport Compliance, Toll Group, Craig Olsson, Group Manager Compliance Asia Pacific, Linfox , and Shane Falkiner, Group Safety and Compliance Manager, Scotts Transport

Workshop: Board Reports: Developing criteria for company boards
Nathan Cecil, Partner, Holding Redlich
Steven Asnicar, Chief Executive Officer, UrbanGlobal

Workshop:  Retail Load Restraint
Mike Robertson, Managing Director, Engistics and Sean Carlson, Principle Engineer, Engstics

Wrap up: Day two
Ingilby Dickson, Chair, ALC Safety Committee