Chain of Responsibility Compliance Training

In today’s working world, you want more time, cash or customers. So why would you implement Chain of Responsibility (or CoR) Compliance into your business and have it take your hard-earned cash and time away from you and your employees?

We didn’t like that idea either, along with the fact that all Chain of Responsibility (or CoR) compliance training is also geared mostly towards heavy vehicle truck drivers, but they only contribute to a portion of the potential liability, given a breach or unsafe transport task.

How do you though stay compliant with staff coming and going, keep your costs down and ensure that you service your customers safely, but also ensure your meeting their needs for you to service your customers ensuring Chain of Responsibility (or CoR) compliance within your business?

Simple.

The Heavy Vehicle National Law lists those responsible specifically in the chain;

    • Executives
    • Consignees
    • Consignors
    • Employers
    • Packers
    • Prime Contractors
    • Operators
    • Loading Managers
    • Schedulers
    • Loaders/Unloaders

It makes no financial or time sense to train an operator in the same course as a packer, or vice versa and the feeling was the customer was not going to get their value for money.

So we decided to change things up a little.

We still require our trainers to have the qualifications and experience required to pass on the knowledge that you and your employee’s need, we also stipulate that the training elements your people get for the job they do meet the criteria for a fully accredited Chain of Responsibility (or CoR) compliance training course.

The benefits of doing it our way make sense and are why people are choosing us over our competitors in droves.

  1. Chain of Responsibility (or CoR) Compliance training costs that make sense
  2. Chain of Responsibility (or CoR) Compliance training that can work in any schedule
  3. Chain of Responsibility (or CoR) Compliance training that can be completed timely
  4. Chain of Responsibility (or CoR) Compliance training that won’t put you to sleep

Your people still get to understand Chain of Responsibility (or CoR) compliance through their training and they still get a certificate, you as their employee ensure your staff are getting the Chain of Responsibility (or CoR) compliance training they need to keep your business safe, but at a cost and in a delivery that makes sense for today’s business.