Being safe is our number one priority. It is not only critical to the long-term success of our business, it is the right thing to do for all those that work and partner with us.
We maintain and promote safe operations and ensure systems, procedures and processes, as well as training, are in place.
This means that we are fit for work; that we identify hazards and put controls in place; that we use safe working practices; that we report incidents and near misses; and that we learn from our experiences and continually improve our practices.
Our commitment to safety is formally held to account by our management systems and external auditing
We are committed to ensuring our employees, contractors and visitors abide by all elements of the Chain of Responsibility (CoR) legislation.
The heavy vehicle supply chain plays an important role in supporting safe, reliable road transport for all road users. The CoR requires that all parties involved in the road transport supply chain recognise they have a shared safety management responsibility to prevent breaches of the law.
We recognise this responsibility and accept the obligation to comply with the road safety legislation. We expect, and support, all our people and contractors to take personal action in meeting this obligation.
We also communicate with our customers to ensure they understand the need to comply with their CoR obligations when they engage us.