CoR in Australia - Does your company have a process in place for assessing Chain of Responsibility (CoR)?
Changes to the Heavy Vehicle National Law are coming in August 2018, and will affect numerous industries across Australia.
CoR Laws Reduce Risk for your Organization
New Chain of Responsibility laws are coming in mid 2018. Is your business ready? Are you ready? These reforms are a significant step forward in recognising that everyone in the supply chain has a role to play in ensuring heavy vehicle safety.
Chain of Responsibility (CoR) – Each Person Has a Role. What’s yours?
Currently under the HVNL, all parties who have control or influence over the transport task are deemed responsible for complying with CoR obligations.
Is your company prepared? 4 Upcoming Amendments to Chain of Responsibility (CoR)
Changes to the Heavy Vehicle National Law are coming in August 2018, and will affect not only transportation industries but every business using freight logistics across Australia.
[Infographic] ABCC Act & Building Code Service with BROWZ
The ABCC Act & Building Code Service is a simple solution to help understand your subcontractors' capabilities.
Making the Case for Contractor Management
New research paper from the National Safety Council examines the safety benefits of third-party management
New ABCC Building Code Service Available from BROWZ
BROWZ Australia has developed a questionnaire which helps Principal Contractors and Lead Contractors assess their sub-contractors under the Building Code.
BROWZ Introduces a Solution to Help Manage ABCC Act and Building Code Requirements
BROWZ has launched a solution which enables organizations to understand their contractors and sub-contractors capabilities to meet the ABCC Building Code requirements.
Working with Contractors
Contractors are becoming vital components to business operations for companies of all sizes in varying industries. Enterprises are turning to industry-specific firms to take care of certain tasks within a project, allowing for in-house employees to focus on other duties.
Are your Transportation Contractors Distracted?
Most U.S. states have laws prohibiting drivers from sending text messages while on the road. Most states and cities also prevent drivers from making phone calls because it constitutes distracted driving.
- safety compliance
- safety statistics
- risk mitigation
- Supplier Management
- risk management
- supply chain management
- contractor management
- contractor pre qualification
- corporate social responsibility
- compliance management
- contractor safety
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- Meningitis outbreak highlights supply chain management risks
- How Contractor Management Can Reduce the Costs of Unsafe Work
- Reasons Why Leading Organizations Outsource Contractor Prequalification and Management [Infographic]
- Identifying Risks: How Lack of Leadership Commitment Affects Your Business
- 5 Ways to Manage Supplier Risk
- 10 Technology Issues to Consider When Choosing a Supplier Prequalification Program
- Company Policies: Are They in Place?
- Planning for Emergencies
- Poor Enforcement Can Sink your Supply Chain