What are the General Responsibilities for Load Restraint?
All members involved in the safe carriage of loads are responsible for the correct application of load restraint. The only difference is the degree of responsibility. Depending on the individual arrangements, the degree of responsibility may change for each member involved.
Although the courts will always hold the driver responsible as they are in control of the vehicle, it is critical that operators understand they are directly responsible for the application of correct load restraint techniques through their own quality procedures.
Load restraint training is a 4 hour course, nationally accredited and can be delivered onsite. Load restraint training helps your business reduce the OHS risk of an incident occurring.
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