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Chain of Responsibility Forum in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne!!
Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Australia - 12 May 2017
17 May 2017
31 May 2017

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Chain of Responsibility changes- is your business ready? New primary & positive CoR duties and higher penalties on supply chain companies, owners and managers are being introduced.
What's changing and how will the new laws affect me, my staff and  my business?
What practical and cost effective steps can I take to manage my risks and obligations?
What role do my sub-contractors, suppliers and customers have?
A panel of experts will lead the forum through how the changes will increase the responsibility on business owners and managers in the supply chain.

ICHCA Australia members receive a $10 discount

Book your tickets here!
Sydney 7:00 - 9.30am (including cooked breakfast), 12 May 2017. BOOK HERE
Brisbane 7:00 - 9.30am (including cooked breakfast), 17 May 2017. BOOK HERE
Melbourne 10:00 - 12.30pm (followed by buffet lunch), 31 May 2017. BOOK HERE

12 May 2017
17 May 2017
31 May 2017

Please refer to your booking details

Contact for booking / more info:
Neil Chambers
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