© Holding Redlich 2015
Examining the
Intermodal Freight
Transportation Chain
of Responsibility
Nathan Cecil - Partner, Hol...
© Holding Redlich 2015
Overview
 CoR recap
 Compliance requirements
 Recent case studies
2
© Holding Redlich 2015
And/or anyone who
operates:
 a road transport vehicle/fleet
 heavy vehicle loading/
unloading pre...
© Holding Redlich 2015
CoR recap
4
Parties
Consignor
Prime
contractor
Operator Driver
SchedulerPacker
Loading
Manager
Load...
© Holding Redlich 2015
CoR recap
5
Obligations
Mass
Dimension
Load restraint
Fatigue
Speed
(Vehicle maintenance)
© Holding Redlich 2015
CoR recap
6
Obligations
Control Responsibility Liability
© Holding Redlich 20157
© Holding Redlich 2015
Compliance obligations
8
Executive officer
Organisation
Operations
intermodal freight intermodal te...
© Holding Redlich 2015
Compliance obligations
9
Enforcement statistics
© Holding Redlich 2015
Compliance obligations
 Container Weight Declaration
 “All reasonable steps”
 Risk analysis
 Ed...
© Holding Redlich 2015
Compliance obligations
 Container Weight Declaration
 “All reasonable steps”
 Risk analysis
 Ed...
© Holding Redlich 2015
Case studies
12
 Off road parties increasingly the focus of
compliance and enforcement
 Load rest...
© Holding Redlich 2015
Case studies
13
© Holding Redlich 2015
Key Contacts
Disclaimer
The information in this publication is of a general nature and is not inten...
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Nathan Cecil - Holding Redlich - Examining the Intermodal Freight Transportation Chain of Responsibility

Nathan Cecil delivered this presentation at the 15th annual Ausintermodal conference. Ausintermodal 2015 in partnership with the ARA and Lloyds List Australia, was held at L’Aqua Sydney in November 2015 to coincide with the 20th annual Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards. The forum looked at the latest advancements in intermodal freight transport, critical issues affecting containerised freight and the impact of these developments in Australia's economic position. More info at: http://bit.ly/1MNFh8z
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Nathan Cecil - Holding Redlich - Examining the Intermodal Freight Transportation Chain of Responsibility

  • 1. © Holding Redlich 2015 Examining the Intermodal Freight Transportation Chain of Responsibility Nathan Cecil - Partner, Holding Redlich AusIntermodal 2015, Sydney, 20 November 2015
  • 2. © Holding Redlich 2015 Overview  CoR recap  Compliance requirements  Recent case studies 2
  • 3. © Holding Redlich 2015 And/or anyone who operates:  a road transport vehicle/fleet  heavy vehicle loading/ unloading premises. Anyone who:  consigns  packs/prepares  schedules  loads  carries  unloads  receives goods transported by heavy vehicle by road. 3 CoR Recap Parties
  • 4. © Holding Redlich 2015 CoR recap 4 Parties Consignor Prime contractor Operator Driver SchedulerPacker Loading Manager Loader Unloader Consignee
  • 5. © Holding Redlich 2015 CoR recap 5 Obligations Mass Dimension Load restraint Fatigue Speed (Vehicle maintenance)
  • 6. © Holding Redlich 2015 CoR recap 6 Obligations Control Responsibility Liability
  • 7. © Holding Redlich 20157
  • 8. © Holding Redlich 2015 Compliance obligations 8 Executive officer Organisation Operations intermodal freight intermodal terminals
  • 9. © Holding Redlich 2015 Compliance obligations 9 Enforcement statistics
  • 10. © Holding Redlich 2015 Compliance obligations  Container Weight Declaration  “All reasonable steps”  Risk analysis  Education, instruction and training  CoR compliance terms 10
  • 11. © Holding Redlich 2015 Compliance obligations  Container Weight Declaration  “All reasonable steps”  Risk analysis  Education, instruction and training  CoR compliance terms 11
  • 12. © Holding Redlich 2015 Case studies 12  Off road parties increasingly the focus of compliance and enforcement  Load restraint of goods within containers increasingly becoming a focus
  • 13. © Holding Redlich 2015 Case studies 13
  • 14. © Holding Redlich 2015 Key Contacts Disclaimer The information in this publication is of a general nature and is not intended to address the circumstances of any particular individual or entity. Although we endeavour to provide accurate and timely information, we do not guarantee that the information in this publication is accurate at the date it is received or that it will continue to be accurate in the future. We are not responsible for the information of any source to which a link is provided or reference is made and exclude all liability in connection with use of these sources. 14 Nathan Cecil Partner T (02) 8083 0429 E nathan.cecil@holdingredlich.com

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