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Chain of Responsibility

Chain of Responsibility

Everyone responsible needs to obey the law

Chain Of Responsibility (COR) means all parties in the road transport supply chain – consignor/dispatcher, packer, loader, scheduler, consignee/receiver, manager, as well as the driver and operator:

  • are responsible for preventing a breach of road transport laws
  • must take positive steps to prevent a breach of the road transport mass, dimension, loading and work hour’s laws.

This includes:

  • actions e.g. speeding, overloading vehicle, etc
  • inaction e.g. not restraining load properly, not taking rest breaks, not maintaining vehicles properly, not keeping records, etc
  • demands e.g. encouraging a driver to speed, work excess hours, etc

Chain of Responsibility (COR) Policy

To help provide a safe and healthy working environment, our Chain of Responsibility Policy clearly explains the responsibilities of different positions.

Download the Chain of Responsibility Policy

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