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Group Training Session - Chain of Responsibility (Jul 31)

Join resident facilitator, Jeff House, live as he guides you and the team through the module Chain of Responsibility, the sixth module within the Fundamentals of Livestock Handling Complete Course on Feedlot TECH. The access fee is per feedlot/business, and covers all staff that wish to partake in the training session. Date: Wednesday, 31st of July 2024 Time: 3:30 - 4:30pm

Post registration, you will receive a zoom link to save to your calendar and access the training. Those who attend and participate in the session will have their Feedlot TECH training transcript updated automatically.

Chain of Responsibility (CoR) legislation has been designed to improve safety across the transport supply chain.

Everyone involved in transport activities, from the business that employs the driver to the place where goods are delivered, has a responsibility to ensure safety, in line with road transport laws.

This online course covers the basics in getting to the Chain of Responsibility legislation and your responsibilities within the transport chain. Learning outcomes and competencies By the end of this module, you will learn to:

  • Recognise the Chain of Responsibility (CoR) Law

  • Identify parties in the transport supply chain

  • Recognise a feedlot’s primary duty obligations under the law and penalties for breaches

  • Recognise parties in the transport process.

  • Identify the risks that can impact transport activities for a feedlot and actions that can influence or control safe work actions.

  • Recognise your responsibilities and how you can support your feedlot to meet their CoR obligations.

  • Identify state-controlled rules and regulations.

  • Identify key planning aspects and challenges.

  • Apply practical strategies to reduce safety risks.

  • Recognise strategies to deal with conflict.

This E-learning series has been by funded grain-fed levies and matching federal government R&D contributions via Meat & Livestock Australia in consultation with the Australian Lot Feeders’ Association.



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