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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2017
20 ALC ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE Infrastructure committee Chair: Simon Ormsby, Executive General Manager – Strategy & Corporate Development, Australian Rail Track Corporation • Advocacy on nationally significant logistics infrastructure that supports improved productivity • Provide comment on national and state freight logistics plans including the National Land Freight and National Ports strategies • Collaboration with the private sector to harness greater investment in infrastructure • Ensure greater transparency and rigour behind nationally significant infrastructure • Ensure resource related infrastructure including roads, rail, shipping and ports are designed and implemented utilising best practice methodologies. Regulation committee Chair: Ben Newton, Chief Strategy Officer, SCF Group • Collaboration with industry, community and government to develop and implement nationally consistent and best practice logistics regulatory frameworks • Advocacy to COAG and Transport and Infrastructure Council • Work with industry to provide holistic comment on national, state and local government regulation • Engagement and provision of comment on National Transport Commission regulatory reform. Safety committee Chair: John West, Managing Director, DGL (Aust) Pty Ltd • Ongoing development and promotion of industry driven solutions to Chain of Responsibility (COR) obligations through the National Logistics Safety Code • Communication on COR obligations to company Chairs, Boards, Chief Executives and senior supply chain executives • Promotion, development and administration of specific industry supply chain logistics safety codes to drive national consistency and manage COR obligations. Technology committee Chair: David McNeil, e-Commerce Manager, OneSteel • Work with industry and government to ensure national consistency in the development and implementation of regulatory frameworks for new technologies, such as in-vehicle telematics • Work to promote greater recognition and more widespread adoption of technologies that will underpin improved productivity, efficiency and safety outcomes across the supply chain • Encourage increased focus on energy efficiency in transport and logistics delivery • Support industry efforts to enhance productivity through greater utilisation of technologies, such as automation. People committee Chair: Jenny McAuliffe, Executive General Manager People, Australian Rail Track Corporation • Position the logistics industry with the broader community as the career of choice • Communication with industry and government to shape a positive community perception of the logistics industry • Collaboration with the logistics industry, government and the community to encourage recognition of the logistics industry as a significant employer and economic contributor ALC BOARD MEMBERSHIP & FINANCE COMMITTEE WORKING GROUPS ALC SECRETARIAT ALC COUNCIL The ALC Council receives high level access to significant political leaders and brings together Managing Directors and Chief Executive Officers of the ALC Corporate membership Organisation Chart.indd 1 24/02/2017 11:22:50 AM