LSS CoR-Safe System
LSS specialises in assisting clients manage their Chain of Responsibility (CoR) obligation to ensure truck safety and compliance within their supply chains.
As a result of the introduction of CoR within Australian road transport laws, all parties in a supply chain – not just the carrier – now share responsibility for the safe operation of trucks within that supply chain.
LSS is Australia and New Zealand’s leading end-to-end CoR management expert. LSS clients use the LSS CoR-Safe System to ensure that they and their supply chain partners
- understand their duties for managing CoR
- regularly check that they comply with these duties
- is aligned with the CoR Master Code and the NHVR Safety Management System methodology
- includes a combination of web-based and in-house services to conveniently reach out to all parties of any size within a supply chain.
“We ALL have a responsibility for safety within our supply chains”
LSS CoR-Safe Products & Services
LSS CoR-Safe Register
LSS CoR-Safe Processes
LSS CoR-Safe Training
LSS CoR-Safe IMS
LSS CoR-Safe Inspector
LSS CoR-Safe Audits
LSS can tailor a solution for your business
LSS understands that every business is different when it comes to CoR obligations. LSS can customise an end-to-end CoR solution using some or all of the LSS CoR-Safe products and services. Click the get in touch button to register for a free no obligation consultation.
Latest Legislation & Case Studies
LSS has just launched a major update to its branding and CoR management system after an extensive review of impacts from the October heavy vehicle regulatory reforms and Master Code, which was registered with the NHVR last week. Key updates include:...read more
Logistics Safety Solutions (LSS) clients have agreed to align the LSS CoR Management System with the new national supply chain ‘Master Code’ once it is registered with the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR).read more
A massive hike in recent heavy vehicle load restraint accidents, that could have been prevented, highlights the importance for companies to revise their load restraint procedures (LRP’s) to align with the new National Transport Commission (NTC) guidelines.read more
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