Compliance And Chain Of Responsibility Sydney

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Generally, our road laws are designed to regulate the actions of drivers and operators. However, violations are also often caused by third parties that are involved in the transportation supply chain. In the chain of responsibility (CoR) model, all parties who have control over a particular transport task are liable for complying with and violating that law. To prevent violations of the laws relating to mass, dimensions, loading, speed, and fatigue, each party is required to take reasonable steps under the compliance & chain of responsibility Sydney.

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What is the Compliance & Chain Of Responsibility Sydney?

The Chain of Responsibility (CoR) refers to the new HVNL, which was revised in 2018. In accordance with CoR, all parties involved in the heavy vehicle transport supply chain have a duty to ensure that their activities are safe. As a result of the CoR, it was recognized that multiple parties may be responsible for breaches of the HVNL committed by a driver. A party within the CoR that exercises (or has the capability of exercising) control or influence over any transportation task is responsible for ensuring compliance with the HNVL. It means that everyone has a responsibility to eliminate or minimize potential harm or loss (risk) by doing all they can to ensure safety.

Purpose Of Compliance & Chain Of Responsibility Sydney Policy

In order to ensure compliance with the HVNL, the CoR laws require everyone in the transportation supply chain to share responsibility. Now, it is not only the drivers of heavy vehicles who are responsible for this problem, but anyone who has influence as well. The CoR laws were introduced in order to prevent heavy vehicle drivers from receiving all the blame and punishment for violations of the HVNL.

When Could CoR Apply?

Below are a few examples of compliance & chain of responsibility Sydney:

  • When a party in control of a transport activity fails to manage the risks associated with it in the best way possible.
  • When a party's business practices promote or cause speeding.
  • When the business practices of one party cause or encourage the driver of a heavy vehicle to exceed the mass, dimension, or loading requirements.
  • When instructions, actions, or demands are made to suppliers that cause or contribute to a violation of the HVNL.

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