The pressure on transport and logistics to transform and drive innovation and efficiency, update capital infrastructure and reduce costs-per-unit can often mean that resources to improve or effectively manage health and safety aren’t prioritised.
When this challenging commercial environment is coupled with hazardous work environments, it’s not unusual to see disastrous impacts on roads, other transport networks and warehouses. In 2016, for example, there were more workplace fatalities in the transport, postal and warehousing industry than any other sector in Australia.
How Verus can help
Verus has significant experience across the transport and logistics supply chain. We can:
- Advise global organisations operating major industrial logistics warehouses on how to meet the complex legislative compliance obligations in Australia.
- Develop targeted and streamlined auditing programs to identify compliance to internal systems and legislative requirements in reduced time.
- Conduct in-depth reviews on how effective critical risk controls are at preventing serious health and safety incidents.
Our experience enables us to efficiently and effectively support transport and logistics clients with specialised, bespoke solutions that provide significant insight and value.