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Ai Group Industry Newsletter

Thursday, 22 February 2018
  22 February 2018
New mandatory data breach notification begins today
  22 February 2018
Industrial Relations essentials: What you need to know in 2018




  19 February 2018
NSW Productivity Commission to drive investment and growth
  14 February 2018
Top 5 mistakes businesses make with manual handling  




  15 February 2018
Kate Louis: shaping the conversation in defence industry
  15 February 2018
In defence of an Australian defence export industry 




Chain of Responsibility (COR) Reforms 

165,000 organisations in the supply chain are affected by the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator's latest Chain of Responsibility (COR) Reforms – but many still don't understand that they could be exposed to massive penalties for breaches in COR when the reforms are introduced this year. 

If you consign, pack, load or receive goods as part of your business, you could be held legally liable even if you have no direct role in driving or operating a heavy vehicle. Furthermore, directors, partners and managers are accountable for the actions of people under their control, with penalties extending to five years' imprisonment and $300,000 for individuals and $3 million for corporations.

To ensure your compliance with the new reforms, Ai Group has engaged an expert in the field to deliver half-day workshops in Victoria, NSW, SA and QLD. 

Find out more >