Between Australia and New Zealand, the transport and logistics industry employ approximately half a million people.
The industry is complex and a strong commitment and shared approach to adhering to strict standards is critical. Within the supply chain, each party has a responsibility to implement positive actions to prevent breaches and risking injury to workers, contractors, sub-contractors, visitors and the community as much as is reasonably practicable.
The significant use of sub-contractors in transport and logistics means that employing entities also have a recognised downstream compliance responsibility which needs to be considered in safety and risk.
All parts of the chain need to be delivered consistent and standardised safety information and education and adhere to agreed processes and procedures, and, depending on the sector or role, may require regular background checks, site or consignment inductions, and licences, tickets and accreditations monitored.
WorkPro is designed to mitigate these risks by offering a single online platform to deliver important information, conduct critical checks, collect tickets, licences and accreditations, and monitor multiple compliance elements across the entire chain.