Chain of Responsibility – Level 3 – Managers and Directors
1 Day 8:00am to 4:00pm
Course Start Date/s
TLIF0003 – Develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure chain of responsibility compliance
*NOTE: Courses only delivered on-site in your workplace”
Participant 3 (min) – 15 (max)
This course is designed for Senior Managers, Owners and those higher in the chain that are outlined and covered by Chain of Responsibility laws. It enables Senior Managers and higher level staff members in the chain to design and implement appropriate CoR policies, procedures, and tools aligned to their business needs, compliance, legislation and accreditation requirements. This face-to-face course includes workbooks, tools and a suite of policy and procedure templates to support CoR review and implementation in your organisation.
The senior level management and Executive Training covered in this course directly relates to the nationally recognised unit of competency
This one day, face to face training includes assessments with a series of written, verbal and practical based assessment requirements. A portfolio of evidence and workplace projects can also be used as evidence of submission and used during training to link and relate to your workplace and administrative controls, to allow you direct, visual connection and control and working through these documents as linked to course outcomes and requirements. This course will help you ensure and be confident in assessing COR business needs, review and develop or amend current or new policies, procedure and tools to ensure adequate monitoring, review and analysis of requirements within your business and team.
The outcomes of this course will enable the participant to:
- Explain CoR framework, policies, procedures and tools (WA VS Heavy Vehicle National Law)
- Assess business policies, procedures and tools
- Develop required new policies, procedures and tools
- Validate existing policies, procedures and tools
- Update existing policies, procedures and tools
- Monitor, review, analyse and make changes or evaluate effectiveness, outcomes, controls and standards.
The Chain of Responsibility legislation is contained in the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Act 2012 and the Road Traffic (Administration) Act 2008 and needs to be viewed in conjunction with the new regulations. The legislation is accessible on the State Law Publisher’s website:
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It’s a pre-requisite that participants in this course will have completed the Level 1 – Frontline Staff – Apply chain of responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures (TLIF0001)
On successful completion of this course, participants will receive a Statement of Attainment
A daily rate will be used should a client want to make a group booking.