Chain of Responsibility - Introduction
As part of the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL), people need to be aware of the role or roles they play in the Chain of Responsibility, and be educated on their responsibilities as defined in the HVNL. Kognent's Chain of Responsibility Introduction course is designed to give learners an introductory level of knowledge and understanding of the Chain of Responsibility. This course teaches the laws and principles of the Chain of Responsibility; the different roles which have been named as parties of the Chain of Responsibility; and the five target areas that the laws have focused on to improve safety. Learners will also gain an understanding of why the Chain of Responsibility exists and why off-road parties can be held accountable for offences which happen on-road.
This course is suitable for any learner needing a high-level understanding of the concepts of the Chain of Responsibility.
- What is CoR
- Laws & Principles
- Target Areas
- Penalties & Reporting
- After completion of this course the learner should be able to:
- Describe the purpose of the Chain of Responsibility
- Explain why particular roles of the Supply Chain have been listed as a party of the Chain of Responsibility
- Identify the roles of the Chain of Responsibility
- Understand the core principles of the Chain of Responsbility
- Identify the Target Areas of the Chain of Responsibility
- Describe the categories of the Chain of Responsibiility breaches
- Understand how to report breaches of the Chain of Responsibility
Businesses are required to make their people aware of the role/s they play in the chain, and educate them on their responsibilities. Most businesses will be implicated in the Chain of Responsibility and not even recognise it. For example - if you order office supplies and they arrive by heavy vehicle then you are part of the Chain. Kognents suite of Chain of Responsibility online training modules help businesses to remain compliant with their legislative requirements.