Chain of Responsibility Training

Chain of responsibility training is critical for any business with a role in the supply chain. With recent legislation tightening regulations in the industry, the management faces more responsibility in ensuring compliance with such laws.

This set of laws are aimed at making sure that everyone in the supply chain shares responsibility to ensure Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) breaches don’t occur. After all, any party in the supply chains has an influence over the transport activity and, therefore, responsible for road safety.

The provision of this training is proof of a business’ dedication to the safety of the employees and the general public.

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Chain of Responsibility and Risk Management Training

A chain of responsibility and risk management training is a course that is vital to any Australian business. Every corporate organisation faces risks that can affect the safety of the employees on a daily basis, after all.

Keeping in line with the new Australian Work Health & Safety (WHS) legislation is a tough task with many variables that need to be considered. With the training administered, the business can design safety management systems that identify and seek to remedy safety, environment, and health risks found in the workspace.

This training demonstrates a commercial establishment’s ability to engage with their customers and suppliers on their specific requirements to ensure on-going compliance. It is a commitment to ensuring the safety of the employees as well as the public consumers. Plus, any business that complies with Chain of Responsibility effectively avoids fines and potential legal action.

With large-scale corporate failures attributed to a lack of accountability, strategy, and transparency occurring across the globe, international standardisation bodies, stakeholders, and regulators have introduced tougher risk management protocols. Investing in the said course will be a critical response to such changes and a first step toward ensuring company profitability and survival in the long term.

The Public Chain of Responsibility Course is delivered as a package of the following 2 unit course codes

TLIF0009 - Ensure the Safety of Transport Activities

TLIF0014 - Monitor the Safety of Transport Activities

Nationally Recognised Training

Australian Risk Services Australasia Pty Ltd is a registered training organisation. RTO ID number 45259.

Safety Risks Assessments

Safety Audits

Safety audit is a review of a business establishment's current safety standards and procedures implemented in their daily operation. The audit typically compares these against the relevant legislation with the aim of ensuring compliance.

The primary goal for this process is to identify gaps in a safety management system to show businesses where safety standards and procedures can be improved. Conducting such audits on a regular basis ensures a commercial organisation continually guarantees safety in their operation by regularly reviewing and improving the pertinent systems.

In this regard, Australian Risk Services specialise in providing Safety Audits against the requirements of AS 4801, ISO18001, ISO 45001. The systematic adoption and implementation of a range of effective AS 4801 safety systems are expected to contribute to optimal safety performance in the workspace.

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Safety Risk Assessments

Safety and Risk Management is a vital part of any Australian business. Keeping in line with the new Australian WHS legislation is a complex task where many variables need to be considered. Every business has a unique set of risks that may affect the safety of the employees. That’s why experience is essential. Australian Risk Services are the leaders in performing safety and environmental risk assessment in Australia, providing quality risk assessments, safety auditing, and training to our clients nationwide.

Safety Management Systems

Australian Risk Services have close to 20 years experience in designing Safety Management Systems. We offer safety systems that identify and seek to remedy safety, environment, and health risks in the workplace. Whether your company is a large industrial plant or a small craft workshop, we can help you reduce and remove plant, manual handling, hazardous materials and other risks.

Business Risk Assessments

Large scale corporate failures across the globe have been attributed to a lack of accountability, strategy and transparency. As a response tougher risk management expectations were introduced by international standardisation bodies, regulators and other stakeholders, including a significant update to the AS ISO 31000:2018: standard. Never before has risk management been so important for company profitability and survival.

Industry Experience

Australian Risk Services has extensive experience delivering safety, environmental and hazard management projects in line with the requirements of Australian and International standards, including the current Work Health and Safety Act, Work Health and Safety Regulations 2012, How to Manage Work Health and Safety Risks Code of Practice 2012, AS/NZS 4801:2001, AS/NZS 4804:2001, AS/NZS 31000:2009, ISO 18000, as well as against the in-house built criteria.

Our risk assessment services is wide-ranging. Whichever industry you company operates in, we can improve your safety record and reduce the compliance costs. We aim to improve business performance by reducing the processes which are preventing you from earning money, such as inefficient work practices and downtime caused by injury. Our goal is preventing events that would cost you money, such as public liability cases and reputational loses. At Australian Risk Services, we work with your company to ensure its operating as well as it can.

Why Choose Australian Risk Services

01. Accredited Training Organisation

Australian Risk Services Australasia Pty Ltd is a registered training organisation. RTO ID number 45259. We run the following accredited courses: BSBWHS505 – Investigate WHS Incidents, RIIWHS301D Conduct safety and health investigation, TLIF5017 – Investigate rail safety incidents training, TLIF0001 – Apply chain of responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures, TLIF0002 – Administer chain of responsibility policies and procedures, TLIF0003 - Develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure chain of responsibility compliance, FNSRSK401 Implement Risk and Management Strategies, BSBRSK501 - Manage Risk, BSBWHS518 - Manage WHS hazards associated with maintenance and use of plant

02. Global Experience

Australian Risk Services is a firm with extensive safety, risk management and environmental experience across the variety of industries in Australia, Mali, Tanzania, Middle East and Europe. Australian Risk Services has highly qualified and experienced consultants and lead auditors Australiawide.

03. Highly Qualified Team

You can rest assured that each member of the Australian Risk Services team is a qualified and experienced professional, committed to help us not only meet but exceed your business’ needs. Australian Risk Services gives you access to some of the world’s leading WHS audit professionals, Australian Risk Services is at the forefront of Management System trends and developments.

04. Solid Systems

Building strong, one-on-one relationships with our clients allows us to manage and mitigate the risk of failing to meet standard or legislation requirements via our auditing services. Rather than just help you become compliant, we assist our clients in delivering sustainable and continued services and products.

Our Clients

Manufacturing

Valley Longwall International

Unilever

Tridonic Atco

Sulzer

Scale Components

Philip Morris International

Anca Motion

Cobsa International

Cabots

Bostik

Agfa

Retail
Government
Mining
Transport and Logistics
Service
Waste Management
Food Manufacturing

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