Chain of Responsibility Training Course Program
Chain of Responsibility
Chain of Responsibility Training
CoR Training

CoR Training & Load Restraint Training

On behalf the team at Australian Onsite Training, thank you for visiting our Chain of Responsibility Training (CoR Training) website.

Australian Onsite Training is committed to providing high quality standards of vocational education and training. We focus exclusively in relation to Chain of Responsibility training courses.

We aim to provide quality on-site Load Restraint and Chain of Responsibility training (also known as CoR training), tailored to suit your specific to your business needs.

Our goal is to provide face-to-face training that is contextualised to your company and staff requirements. Our mission is to assist parties in the supply chain to understand their Chain of Responsibility obligations under current legislation.

Furthermore, we assure you that every endeavour will be made by our staff to accommodate our Chain of Responsibility training course to meet your specific needs, Australia-wide.

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Steering your employees in a compliant direction.

Chain of Responsibility Nationally Recognised Training

CoR training, Australia wide

We’re an (RTO) that is different to most others. We focus on what we are passionate about. And that’s, Chain of Responsibility training and assessment, as well as Load Restraint Training and assessment.

Our clients approach us to undertake the latest Chain of Responsibility Nationally Recognised unit of competencies, known as: TLIF0009 Ensure the safety of transport activities or TLIF0014 – Monitor the safety of transport activities.

As a niche RTO, your Chain of Responsibility course will be delivered by our organisation’s CEO, Peter Strandly.

Peter has experience with all levels of the supply chain- from management to frontline staff. Our Chain of Responsibility training and assessment resources relevant to: TLIF0009 Ensure the safety of transport activities or TLIF0014 – Monitor the safety of transport activities, have been, and continue to be, developed in consultation with industry.

We really do offer Chain of Responsibility training that is relevant to industry and is contextualised to the needs of your organisation.

What is Chain of Responsibility?

The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) states that; under chain of responsibility (COR), complying with transport law is a shared responsibility of all parties in the supply chain. The legislation addresses the effects of the actions, inactions and demands of on-road as well as off-road parties in the supply chain.

Anybody – not just the driver – who has influence or control over a ‘transport activity’ may be held responsible for breaches of the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) and may be legally liable.

All parties in the supply chain – consignor/dispatcher, packer, loader, scheduler, consignee/receiver, manager, as well as the driver and operator – must do everything ‘reasonably practicable’ to ensure the safety of transport activities. As an organisation we need to have systems in place to ensure all staff are taking reasonable steps to prevent breaches of the speed, mass, dimension, load restraint, fatigue and vehicle standards as per the HVNL.

High quality CoR training and assessment is very important. This is due to the fact, that Under Chain of Responsibility law and regulation, penalties and sanctions range from formal warnings to court imposed fines and penalties relating to the commercial benefit derived from offences. Supervisory intervention, enforceable undertakings, and prohibition orders banning individuals from the industry can be applied to “persistent or systematic” offenders.

CoR Laws have Changed. Are You Compliant?

2024 Current Chain of Responsibility Duties

In 2018, the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) was amended. Changes to the HVNL / Chain of Responsibility (CoR) laws looked to align Workplace Health and Safety and Heavy Vehicle obligations.

Our 1 day face to face courses in TLIF0009 Ensure the safety of transport activities or TLIF0014 – Monitor the safety of transport activities help you to comply with these changes to chain of responsibility legislation.

The best news is, we can deliver the latest Chain of Responsibility Course across Australia at your workplace or via our ‘live’ digital learning platform. When it comes to complying with legal requirements, it’s difficult to go past face-to-face training, with real people sharing real experiences.

We also currently offer ‘live’ face-to-face training via our digital learning platform. If you have staff in multiple locations, this alternative allows ‘live’ interaction across the country and the opportunity to ask questions specific to your business.

Contact us for more information about our Chain of Responsibility training. AO Training offers CoR public courses in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. And delivers ‘onsite’ training across the country.

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