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2017 ALC Supply Chain Safety & Compliance Summit

05th of September

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The 2017 ALC Supply Chain Safety & Compliance Summit will be held on 5-6 September 2017 at ICC Sydney, and will feature both policy discussions and interactive workshops. The Summit is integral to ALC’s commitment to raising awareness about Chain of Responsibility (CoR), which impacts on all parts of the supply chain, as well as advising industry participants on some practical steps they can take to ensure high levels of safety and compliance. This year’s Summit will focus on the significant extension to CoR, due to commence operation in 2018, which extends the legal obligations and liabilities of executive officers and company directors, and will include heavy vehicle standards and maintenance. The Summit will also consider how supply chain safety will be covered under the National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy, announced by the Prime Minister in his Annual Infrastructure Statement last year.  A draft report on the Inquiry into National Freight and Supply Chain Priorities will be released for industry comment in December 2017, with the Final Report due in the early months of 2018. The Summit is expected to attract representatives from all parts of the supply chain, including customers, suppliers and logistics providers. The successful 2016 Summit brought together over 300 industry representatives to benchmark, share best practice, and identify gaps where improvements are needed.
Sep 05th

2017 ALC Supply Chain Safety & Compliance Summit

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Time: 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Venue: ICC Sydney, Darling Harbou
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The 2017 ALC Supply Chain Safety & Compliance Summit will be held on 5-6 September 2017 at ICC Sydney, and will feature both policy discussions and interactive workshops. The Summit is integral to ALC’s commitment to raising awareness about Chain of Responsibility (CoR), which impacts on all parts of the supply chain, as well as advising industry participants on some practical steps they can take to ensure high levels of safety and compliance. This year’s Summit will focus on the significant extension to CoR, due to commence operation in 2018, which extends the legal obligations and liabilities of executive officers and company directors, and will include heavy vehicle standards and maintenance. The Summit will also consider how supply chain safety will be covered under the National Freight and Supply Chain Strategy, announced by the Prime Minister in his Annual Infrastructure Statement last year.  A draft report on the Inquiry into National Freight and Supply Chain Priorities will be released for industry comment in December 2017, with the Final Report due in the early months of 2018. The Summit is expected to attract representatives from all parts of the supply chain, including customers, suppliers and logistics providers. The successful 2016 Summit brought together over 300 industry representatives to benchmark, share best practice, and identify gaps where improvements are needed.