Online Chain of Responsibility Training
In collaboration with our RTO partners, the Daywalk Online CoR Safety Program delivers Nationally Recognised Training (accredited) courses which assist in applying chain of responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures.
- Ensure the safety of transport activities (Chain of Responsibility) (Nationally Recognised Training Unit TLIF0009)
- Monitor the safety of transport activities (Chain of Responsibility) (Nationally Recognised Training Unit TLIF0014)
- Introduction to Chain of Responsibility (Not Nationally Recognised Training)
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Chain of Responsibility
in Theory & Practice
Daywalk, formerly Omni-tuff, holds specialised training sessions for end users and vendors which cover the key aspects of Chain of Responsibility for packers and loaders. The sessions are either hosted by Daywalk at a training facility or on site depending on your needs.
The sessions facilitate collaboration and discussion about challenges attendees are experiencing during the transport of heavy equipment including rotatable equipment and cylindrical items.
Training is available either in a face-to-face environment or online and can be provided to any group or classroom size required.
Complex Transport Principles Made Practical
During our face-to-face sessions, we particularly focus on Heavy Industry and the transport of large industrial equipment. We apply engineering principles to help make complex topics more practical. During the session, attendees gain a deeper understanding of how the Heavy Vehicle National Law applies specifically to their role and they are provided with practical ways to meet their individual obligations.The session covers key facts and myths relating to Load Restraint and include guidance on risks to look out for such as low friction or high centre of gravity.
Booking the training online was super easy. The prompt follow up call and discussion around how the training works was great and gave confidence for the teams to complete the training.HSE Advisor - Emeco Group
The session was very knowledgeable very interesting and gave me a better understanding of the chain of responsibility and made me aware of how important it is to maintain safety in regards to strapping and securing the load on pallets and securing the loads safely as humanly possible on the truck so loads travel safely to their destination.2019 Course Attendee
Course was very informative and raises awareness of the unknown risks associated with the transport side of our inventory.2019 Course Attendee
…to better understand the chain of responsibility and the stories and experience the spokesman had in regards to the topic … really enjoyed the morning tea and lunch and chat to a few other companies.2019 Course Attendee
Accredited (Nationally Recognised Training) courses:
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Chain of Responsibility Level 1
TLIF0009: Ensure the safety of transport activities
(Chain of Responsibility)
The TLIF0009 unit of competency provides learners with the skills and knowledge required to ensure the safety of transport activities, including identifying features and applying CoR obligations of the HVNL and identifying and reporting CoR hazards and risks.
Chain of Responsibility Level 2
TLIF0014: Monitor the safety of transport activities
(Chain of Responsibility)
The TLIF0014 unit of competency provides learners with the skills and knowledge required to monitor the safety of transport activities, including determining and monitoring chain of responsibility features in the HVNL, administering and monitoring CoR workplace policies and procedures and identifying and reporting CoR risks.