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Matthew Wragg

Share on linkedin Share on google Share on facebook Share on twitter DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AND MAIN ROADS (Complainant) v Anonymous Transport …

Chain Of Responsibility
Matthew Wragg

How to Implement Chain of Responsibility

A visiting truck sales person injured, resulted in Holcim (Australia) Pty Ltd agreeing to an enforceable undertaking, having a total expenditure of $1,294,100. Critically, the external audit by a safety representative was never completed at an operational level to ascertain if the current traffic management was suitable.

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CoR Comply
Chain Of Responsibility
Matthew Wragg

CoR Comply

Share on linkedin Share on google Share on facebook Share on twitter CoR Compliance To comply with CoR seems to be something within industry of

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Laing ORourke issues enforceable undertaking
Chain Of Responsibility
Matthew Wragg

Laing O’Rourke Australia | NHVR Issues Enforceable Undertaking

Companies are being reminded to take the Mass and on-road safety responsibilities of all heavy vehicles (GVM or GCM > 4.5T)seriously as outlined here in this Alert. No one wants a fine on their watch and every great leader in business is on the lookout for risks as well as revenue.

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Your Duty of Care
Chain Of Responsibility
Matthew Wragg

Your Duty Of Care

A three-year-old boy, who was under the duty of care of Goodstart Early Learning, was found dead inside a minibus that was parked outside the Hambledon State School in the southern Cairns suburb of Edmonton on Tuesday 25th Feb 2020. No reasonable person gets out of bed in the morning with a thought to bring harm to someone else, so what went wrong?

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Chain of Responsibility Policy

Laws structure our everyday lives and tell us what we can or cannot do in certain circumstances; they are there to protect us from each other and to maintain a peaceful place to live, or at least as friendly as possible. Take the legislation that governs the speed we can use when travelling on our roads.

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Logistics Management

Logistic management companies have spent and will spend multiple millions of dollars on the safety of their fleet and drivers. Of course, it’s great for business, it reduces risk for their own investments and ongoing financial targets. But most importantly, it’s sold as a value proposition, an underlying value proposition to their consumers.

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The NHVR – Totally Irresponsible

In my view this is one of the most damaging articles to ever come from a governing body, that was put together to enhance a safety culture, amongst one of the most dangerous industries now in Australia.

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Overloaded & Unrestrained

The owner and driver still have a duty of care. They must still ensure that their duty does not impact the lives of the employees, or the public. Even though they are not liable under the Heavy Vehicle National Law.

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Safety Notice Boards

When taking a look at another business during an audit, I’m looking for hundreds of different things, but one which usually takes people by surprise is whether or not I can find a safety notice board.

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