Chain of Responsibility (CoR) Auditing Service
With the national roll out of CoR laws impacting every aspect of the transport supply chain across Australia, there’s never been a better
time to find out exactly what this means for you and your business
with a JMH Training CoR Audit.
What is a chain of responsibility audit?
Designed to assess your business’ compliance against NHVL & CoR laws
Chain of Responsibility (CoR) Audits also provide you with the opportunity to examine and improve your business practices, and meet – and exceed – your CoR obligations.
Undertaking a CoR Audit is a positive, proactive approach that will give you a better understanding of your CoR obligations, and ensure that your risk management and safety management policies are rigorous, robust and protect both you and your employees from non-compliance – which can attract fines, prosecution and loss of licence for both businesses and individuals.
What do I need to do?
To prepare for the CoR Audit, you should gather business documentation and evidence that you are complying with NVHL and CoR law.
These may include:
- Safety Management System Policies and Procedures
- Risk control strategies or systems for fatigue management, speed, overloading and load restraints
- Vehicle licencing/insurance information
- Vehicle maintenance logs
- Driver licencing and authorisation documents
- Other records, data and reporting.
What happens after the
At the end of the CoR Audit, we will let you know the outcome of the audit process, and provide a detailed report of our findings.
If we’ve identified any instances of non-compliance during the audit, we will provide you with recommendations as to what action you need to take to comply in the future.
We can also provide ongoing support and advice in developing a plan for your business to improve CoR compliance, or assist with focussed single process risk assessments to further improve areas of your CoR.