Joining the links in the supply chain
Thursday, 12 March 2009
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
[image|/upload/gallery/3428.jpg|The Chain of Responsibility Act affects everyone in the transport and logistics supply chain.
Photo source: Port of Brisbane
|AlignRight]Members of the transport, warehousing and logistics industry are invited to attend a free information session on chain of responsibility legislation, taking place at Port of Brisbane on 7 April.
The session is relevant to employers, managers, supervisors, forepersons, drivers, packers, consignors, loaders, fleet management personnel, receivers and allocators.
The Chain of Responsibility Act forms part of the National Road Transport Reform Bill 2003 and affects everyone in the transport and logistics supply chain.
Growing enforcement of the act recently has resulted in prosecutions and significant fines for companies and individuals, mainly due to a lack of knowledge of the legislation and how it applies to the workplace.
Call (07) 3907 0211 for more information. Seats are limited and registering your interest will secure your place.