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Chain of Responsibility Course

(Australia)

The Chain of Responsibility (or CoR) is a framework used in Australian transport legislation to place legal obligations on the various parties involved in the transport supply chain, particularly the heavy vehicle industry. The Chain of Responsibility regulates areas such as speeding, fatigue, mass, loading, and dimension, recognising that unlawful behaviour may occur due to the action of others.

Safetrac’s course on ‘Chain of Responsibility’ provides employees with a general understanding of the relevant legislation, their responsibilities under the law and the penalties that may be imposed.

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Learning outcomes

On completing this course, learners should be able to:

  • define the Chain of Responsibility;
  • understand the purpose, scope of the legislation;
  • identify the responsibilities of individuals under the Chain of Responsibility;
  • outline measures to avoid liability;
  • identify the key area of coverage.

Course contents

  • Harassment
  • Sexual harassment
  • Away from the workplace
  • Types of unlawful harassment
  • Racial harassment
  • Bullying
  • Cyber bullying
  • What is not bullying?
  • Things you can do
  • Dealing with complaints
  • Investigations
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