TLIF0001: Apply Chain of Responsibility Legislation, Regulations and Workplace Procedures.
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Chain of Responsibility
Chain of Responsibility Course Overview
The unit (TLIF0001 Apply chain of responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures - CoR) is the latest Nationally Recognised unit of competency for Logistics workers Australia-Wide.
The unit covers the fundamental requirements of chain of responsibility under State and National Australian law.
If you own, drive, send, receive, pick, pack, manage, handle, store, transfer, sell, quote or advise, this course will provide you with a basic understanding of the legal obligations of your job role.
Frequently Asked Questions about The Chain of Responsibility?
- Business owners/ Directors
- Consignors- anyone who sends goods
- Consignees- anyone who receives goods
- Loading manager/loader/packer
- Sales Team/ schedulers/ office staff
- Manufacturers/ primary producers
- Importers/ exporters
Any parties in the Logistics supply chain have responsibilities under the chain of responsibility.
Every organisation is dependent on logistics and supply chain to function. Hospitals, restaurants, manufacturers, tourist operators, banks, mining companies and farms all need to use logistics expertise and services in their day to day functioning.
The Logistics supply chain can be found not only within businesses that deliver traditional services such as transport, distribution, freight forwarding, customs brokering, warehousing, rail, aviation and stevedoring, but can also be found within companies such as manufacturers, primary producers, exporters, importers, wholesalers and retailers.
Under the chain of responsibility legal liability applies to all parties for their actions or inactions. Put simply: influence = responsibility = legal liability.
Upon successful completion of the course you will obtain a Nationally Accredited Statement of Attainment for the unit TLIF0001: Apply Chain of Responsibility Legislation, Regulations and Workplace Procedures.
This unit is included in the TLI Training Packages / Qualifications in the link.
TLIF0001 Apply chain of responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures is the latest Nationally Recognised unit of competency for Chain of Responsibility in the Transport and Logistics industry.
This unit covers the fundamental requirements of chain of responsibility under State and National Legislation.
If you consign, pack, load or receive goods as part of your business, you could be held legally liable for breaches of the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) even though you have no direct role in driving or operating a heavy vehicle. In addition, corporate entities, directors, partners and managers are accountable for the actions of people under their control. This is the ‘chain of responsibility’ (COR).
The aim of COR is to make sure everyone in the supply chain shares equal responsibility for ensuring breaches of the HVNL do not occur. Under COR laws if you exercise (or have the capability of exercising) control or influence over any transport task, you are part of the supply chain and therefore have a responsibility to ensure the HVNL is complied with.
This course is designed to cater for all staff within the Logistics environment and will provide you with an understanding of your legal responsibilities, obligations and of your role within the chain.
Australian Onsite Training will be holding public monthly COR training at The Construction and Training Centre in Salisbury Brisbane.
We also provide onsite training and can deliver the unit at your premises for group employee training. We provide quality face-to-face training and our courses can be designed to meet your company’s training needs and contextualised for your specific workplace and industry.