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Can the receiver be at fault for a CoR breach?

Under the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL), a consignee is defined as the intended recipient of goods… Read more…

New help for heavy vehicle drivers in Victoria

  VicRoads, the Victorian government’s road and traffic authority, has published a new series of heavy vehicle… Read more…

The way you do business could easily be breaking the law

  One of the objects of Chain of Responsibility (CoR) is to put road safety in the… Read more…

5 steps to deal with a contractor that won’t comply

  In the Chain of Responsibility (CoR), if you do or can exercise control or influence over… Read more…

Master Code now released

  The Master Industry Code of Practice, jointly developed by the Australian Trucking Association (ATA) and Australian… Read more…

CoR duties for loaders and drivers – the final checkpoint

  Under the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL), all parties in the supply chain have a responsibility… Read more…

Nowhere to hide for rogue truck operators

  In the aftermath of a serious accident where an out-of-control truck hit several cars, injuring three… Read more…

How to manage the CoR compliance of overseas parties

  Securing the engagement of overseas third parties that are not directly subject to Australian Chain of… Read more…

Assessing a heavy vehicle driver’s fitness to drive

  Under the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) and some Work Health and Safety (WHS) laws, parties… Read more…

How to identify and report near misses

  Unfortunately, near misses are all too often swept under the carpet. This can be for a… Read more…