Chain of Responsibility is something every organisation with mobile fleet assets need to understand to avoid financial penalties and reputational damage. Unfortunately, there is a lack of understanding amongst Fleet Managers, drivers/operators and executive teams of the responsibilities and requirements under the CoR law.
In this webinar you’ll hear about the organisations that doing a good job with CoR and learn the practical tips Fleet Managers use to get traction with executive teams to make CoR and safety part of the team culture. You’ll also learn what happens when things go wrong and the NHVR gets involved.
Anne-Maree Coyne | IPWEA Fleet Consultant
Anne-Maree Coyne is a senior consultant specialising in operational proficiency, strategy execution, Chain of Responsibility (CoR) implementation, flexible work policies and arrangements, job sharing, targeted onboarding, processes and change management.
She leverages her extensive legal experience having been a partner in a successful regional law firm and a senior manager at a top-tier, international firm. She is now a principal and senior consultant at Modus Management and an IPWEA Consultant. Anne-Maree holds dual degrees in Law and Arts, is a certified management consultant, an Agile and PRINCE2 project manager and a change manager.
Graham Jones | National Logistics Manager | Vinidex
Graham has been involved in the Logistics and Supply chain for over 35 years involving both the PVC/Polyethylene and Steel industries supplying Pipe products to the Civil, Mining, Gas, Irrigation and Plumbing industry.
Chain of Responsibility (CoR) has been an integral focus of Vinidex given the high volume of freight (over 28,000 movements annually shipping 1.4 million cubic metres of products) across Australia from its nationally based distribution and manufacturing centres.