TLI Chain of Responsibility Project

Overview

The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) has commissioned the review of three Units of Competency in the TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package.

This project will address the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) regulatory reforms concerning Chain of Responsibility.

This review is considered imperative to ensure Australian Transport and Logistics enterprises remain viable, and compliant with regulatory requirements. HVNL is being amended to safeguard every party in the heavy vehicle transport supply chain and to ensure the safety of transport activities. This Case for Change will ensure Chain of Responsibility legislation is aligned with relevant workplace health and safety regulations.

This will include the review of:

Units of Competency (3)

  • TLIF0001 Apply chain of responsibility legislation, regulations and workplace procedures
  • TLIF0002 Administer chain of responsibility policies and procedures
  • TLIF0003 Develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure chain of responsibility compliance
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The Transport and Logistics Industry Reference Committee (IRC) will have oversight of this project, which will be facilitated by Australian Industry Standards (AIS) in consultation with industry stakeholders. A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) will be formed for this project.

This project commenced Wednesday, 20 June 2018.

Regular updates will be posted on this page throughout the life of the project.

If you have any questions about this project, please contact Industry Manager Klausch Schmidt.

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Klausch Schmidt
Industry Manager
Email klausch.schmidt@australianindustrystandards.org.au

Project Update

20 July 2018

Industry Subject Matter Experts Needed

The Transport and Logistics IRC is currently forming a TAC for the TLI Chain of Responsibility Project.

Your industry expertise and insight is welcome to help review three Units of Competency in the TLI Transport and Logistics Training Package.

To register your Expression of Interest in becoming a TAC member please complete the registration form by close of business Wednesday, 8 August 2018. Expressions of Interest have now closed.

11 January 2018

Case for Change Consultation

A Case for Change has been developed by the Transport and Logistics IRC to address the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) regulatory reforms concerning Freight Forwarding and Chain of Responsibility.

The proposed review of TLI50316 Diploma of International Freight Forwarding and three existing Chain of Responsibility Units of Competency is aimed at addressing the industry’s need to maintain regulatory compliance.

TLI50316 Diploma of International Freight Forwarding

Regulatory changes to Biosecurity are required to be incorporated into the qualification and Units of Competency, enabling the compliant shipping of Australian goods to countries around the world. These changes require shippers to utilise new documentation and processes, ensuring shipped international freight meets Australian and international regulations.

Chain of Responsibility Units of Competency

This review is considered imperative to ensure Australian Transport and Logistics enterprises remain viable, and compliant with regulatory requirements. HVNL is being amended to safeguard every party in the heavy vehicle transport supply chain and to ensure the safety of transport activities. This Case for Change will ensure Chain of Responsibility legislation is aligned with relevant workplace health and safety regulations.

The Transport and Logistics IRC is seeking public feedback on this proposed Training Package work.

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Please submit your feedback by Monday, 29 January 2018.

If you have any questions about this project, please contact Industry Manager Klausch Schmidt via email klausch.schmidt@australianindustrystandards.org.au or 0417 568 967.

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