Course Title: Monitor the safety of transport activities (Chain of Responsibility)
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term1 2023
Course Code: BUSM8878C
Course Title: Monitor the safety of transport activities (Chain of Responsibility)
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School: 525T Business & Enterprise
Campus: City Campus
Program: C5420 - Diploma of Logistics
Course Contact: Steven Hansen
Course Contact Phone: +61 3 99252705
Course Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Nominal Hours: 40
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Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to monitor the safety of transport activities.
It includes determining and monitoring chain of responsibility features in the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) or applicable state/territory law and regulations. It also involves administering and monitoring chain of responsibility workplace policies and procedures, and identifying and reporting chain of responsibility risks.
Work is performed under general direction.
No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
TLIF0014 Monitor the safety of transport activities (Chain of Responsibility)
1. Determine chain of responsibility features in the HVNL or applicable state/territory law and regulations
Transport activities and parties in the chain of responsibility are determined
Principle of shared responsibility obligations within chain of responsibility in the HVNL or applicable state/territory law and regulations are determined
Primary duty of each party in the chain of responsibility as outlined in the HVNL or applicable state/territory law and regulations are explained
So far as reasonably practicable or reasonable steps compliance with chain of responsibility as outlined in the HVNL or applicable state/territory law and regulations are explained
Breaches and penalties for failure to comply with chain of responsibility as identified in the HVNL or applicable state/territory law and regulations are explained
2. Monitor chain of responsibility obligations in the HVNL or applicable state/ territory law and regulations
Workplace policies, procedures and other safety documents relevant to transport activities as they apply to job function are identified and monitored
Methods and requirements to facilitate and ensure management of speed and fatigue are monitored in accordance with job function and workplace procedures
Methods to calculate and assess vehicle dimension and mass limits are monitored in accordance with job function
Methods to ensure loads are secured are monitored in accordance with workplace procedures
Heavy vehicles safety standards are identified and monitored in accordance with workplace procedures
Transport activity risks are identified, assessed and risk control measures implemented and monitored in accordance with workplace procedures
Workplace records relating to transport activities are monitored and reviewed in accordance with workplace requirements and industry practice
3. Administer and monitor chain of responsibility workplace policies and procedures
Workplace procedures and industry practices for reporting transport activities risks are identified and implemented
Workplace policies and procedures relating to chain of responsibility and associated changes are communicated to all staff
Application of workplace policies and procedures relating to chain of responsibility is monitored to ensure compliance with transport activity obligations
Appropriate action is taken when non-compliances with chain of responsibility requirements are identified
4. Undertake due diligence activities
Transport activities risks and safety duties are identified in accordance with job function and workplace procedures
Current hazards and risk information is analysed in a timely manner and appropriate mitigation actions considered in accordance with job function and workplace procedures
Resources are allocated in accordance with job function and workplace procedures
Risk control measures are implemented and mitigation processes verified in accordance with workplace procedures
On successful completion of this course you will have developed and applied the skills and knowledge required to demonstrate competency in the above elements.
Details of Learning Activities
This unit will be co-delivered with BSBWHS521 - Ensure a safe workplace for a work area - as a cluster is entitled "Safery & Compliance".
The delivery of this cluster will be face to face on-campus.
The activities will include some elements of lecture style, some research-based and self directed learning. There will be a large part of the activities incorporating role play and scenario based problem solving exercises.
The emphasis will be mainly on interactive learning using online resources written explicitly for this course which is focused on both Transport Management Systems and the Procedures used in everyday operations.
|Safety & Compliance||TLIF0014 BSBWHS521|
|Week / Topic||Weekly Topic Details||Assessment|
|WEEK 1||·||Introduction to the clustered subjects||·|
|Real life implications|
|Introduction to Safety and CoR||Background and evolution of Safety in Logistics|
|WEEK 2||·||Fundamentals of Data gathering,||·|
|managing, analysing and measurement|
|Data Capture and Analysis - Safety and CoR|
|WEEK 3||·||Introduction to Chain of Responsibility||·|
|CoR - Compliance, Legislation and Responsibilities||Research - Legislation & regulation (COR)|
|WEEK 4||·||Hazards Identification - why, how and next steps||·|
|Risk measurement, mitigation and measurement|
|Hazards, Risk Assessment, Management & Mitigation||Link the above to regulation and legislation|
|WEEK 5||·||OHS Act & its application||·|
|Safety KPIs & measurement for contol of risk|
|Safety Legislation||Safety Communication & Culture|
|WEEK 6||·||Corporate and Safety Policy||Assessment 1 Due
Recordkeeping, Analysis and Compliance
|Procedures, processes & their spplication in devices|
|Safety Policies & Procedures||Integrating safety into processes|
|WEEK 7||·||Safety Managenebt Systems (SMS) - purpose n goals||·|
|How to use SMS and populate|
|Safety Management Systems & their use||Useful safety tools and information|
|WEEK 8||·||Web / mobile tools and building them||·|
|Access using a variety of means|
|Familiarisation and trialling Adobe Express|
|WEEK 9||·||Data management||·|
|Recording and categorising|
|Incident & Records Management|
|WEEK 10||·||The Safety Consultation Processes||Assessment 2 Due
Creation of a mobile Safety Management System for Remote Sites
|Safety Consultation & Communication||Toolbos - their effective use and content|
|WEEK 11||·||Chain of Responsibility||·|
|Resources from NHVR & National Road Trspt Assoc|
|Chain of Responsibility - Engaging with industry / businesses|
|WEEK 12||·||Who is responsible for what - Primary Duty||·|
|Enforcement - ensuring compliance|
|Corporate Structures & Roles & Responsibilities|
|WEEK 13||·||Role Play - Assessment 3 - in class Focus Group||·|
|(First part of Assessment 3)|
|Role Plays - Focus Group - Assessment 3 = slide content selection||Group discussions as focus group where content for Induction Training Presentations|
|WEEK 14||·||Induction||Assessment 3 Due
Participate in a Focus Group:
Prepare and Deliver Induction Training Presentation
|Induction & Training wrt CoR||Corporate Responsiblities and consequences - outcomes of Prosecutions (Result Summaries and Enforceable Undertakings)|
|WEEK 15||·||Creating CoR Inductions & Training||·|
|Tools and their use|
|CoR Presentation||Use of factual official information|
|Review all content|
|Course Review & resubmits|
|WEEK 17||·||Follow up on any resubmissions or omissions||·|
Overview of Assessment
Assessment for this course is ongoing throughout the semester. Your knowledge and understanding of course content is assessed through participation in class exercises, oral/written presentations and through the application of learned skills and insights. Full assessment briefs will be provided and can be found on CANVAS.
Assessment Task 1 - Recordkeeping, Analysis and Compliance
This practical assessment task is the first of three assessment tasks you need to complete satisfactorily, in order to be deemed competent for this cluster.
This practical assessment will allow you to demonstrate your ability to determine and monitor chain of responsibility (CoR) features in the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL)
In addition, the broader Workplace Safety Reporting and Incident / Accident Reporting are incorporated. One of the datasets that is gathered will provide the basis for the Recordkeeping and statistical safety analysis undertaken.
Assessment Task 2 - Creation of a mobile Safety Management System for Remote Sites
This practical assessment task is the second of three assessment tasks you need to complete satisfactorily, in order to be deemed competent for this cluster of two units.
This practical assessment will allow you to demonstrate your knowledge and awareness of all of the components that make up a Safety Management System. You will be playing the role of Logistics Coordinator within the Case Study company SolveIT Logistics. You are expected to re-create the SMS into a ‘Lite’ site and by doing so you will fulfil tasks that provide the opportunity for you to summarise and interpret all of SolveIT Logistics Policies and Procedures and associated documents. You will use the current SMS for reference and provide summary information for each section then build them into a dynamic and well-designed interface for use on a remote mine site with limited internet access. You will be provided with the tools and know how to use them to complete this task.
Assessment Task 3 - Participate in a Focus Group: Prepare and Deliver Induction Training Presentation
This practical assessment task is the third of three assessment tasks you need to complete satisfactorily, in order to be deemed competent for this cluster of two units.
Part 1 – Observed Role Play – Focus Group
In this assessment the student will be provided with two professional materials sources and will be asked to participate in a Focus Group with groups of 4 -5 fellow students. The students will be asked to discuss, then select the appropriate materials for the content of the 19 slide pack. In the role play each student should select their favourite slide and guide the discussion and be the ‘gatekeeper’ with regards to the final agreed content for that slide. Each member of the focus group will have been able to provide and share their insight with their fellow students. This will demonstrate their ability to interact with others, seek information from others and guide discussions and negotiate agreeable outcomes
Part 2 – Recorded Presentation – Individual
Students are required to compile a presentation comprised of 19 slides each on a prescribed topic. Once their slide pack has been selected and compiled they will record a narrated slide show as though they are delivering a Professional Training Session on Safety Management Systems and Chain of Responsibility using all 19 slides. In doing this assessment students will immerse themselves in the topics.
This will allow you to demonstrate your knowledge and awareness of the Chain of Responsibility and its practical application to your company SolveIT Logistics, its employees, contractors and suppliers.
Composing a content rich training presentation from a pool of validated materials will enable you to then deliver and record a narration demonstrating your clear understanding of the content of the slides and explain their importance to your audience.
The competency assessment map that maps all the assessment tasks is available on CANVAS
This course is co-delivered and co-assessed with:
TLIF0014 -Monitor the safety of transport activities (Chain of Responsibility)
BSBWHS521 - Ensure a safe workplace for a work area
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