Online courses for the Transport Industry include;
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Do you use road transport for any part of your business? Or are you someone who deals with or has influence over people in the transport supply chain?
If so, you need to know about Chain of Responsibility legislation. The laws are deigned to make people responsible if their actions, inactions or demands contribute to a road safety breach.
By doing this course, you will learn what responsibilities you have to road safety and how you can avoid causing or contributing to a breach and being held responsible under Chain of Responsibility.
Who should attend
Anyone involved in the transport supply chain or uses road transport services for business. This includes but limited to:
- Understanding the Chain of Responsibility legislation and its purpose
- Recognise who can be held responsible under Chain of Responsibility
- Identify legislative requirements, offences and penalties
- Understand what must be managed to avoid road safety breaches
- Understand specific responsibilities of certain parties in the transport chain.
AUD$82.50 (inc. GST).
Fatigue is one of leading causes or contributing factors to heavy vehicle accidents in Australia. Under legislation, organisations and their employees must take steps to identify fatigue risks and manage them effectively.
Fatigue Management in the Transport Industry course provides essential compliance information to all parties in the transport chain regarding their responsibility in managing fatigue.
Fatigue management strategies including tips on lifestyle choices and choices whilst being on the road, are discussed and applied to real life situations during the course. Basic Fatigue Management (BFM) scheme work/rest hours are applied to workplace situations.
This Nationally Recognised course provides students with the knowledge and skills to:
- Identify the hazards of fatigue and its symptoms
- Take actions to combat fatigue
- Apply strategies to minimise its effects.
Who should attend
Drivers and all parties involved in the transport chain, also referred to as off-road parties, who operate heavy vehicles in Australia.
- Recognise factors and lifestyle choices which will affect fatigue
- Identify signs of fatigue and personal early warning signs
- Take steps to ensure effective work capability and alertness are maintained
- Communicate effectively with others to implement and apply fatigue management strategies.
Unit of competency
TLIF2010A Apply fatigue management strategies.
AUD$145.00 (GST free).