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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2011
16 16 Australian Logistics Council Member Profile Advocacy on Infrastructure National Freight Network Plan » National Ports Strategy » State/Territory Freight Plans » COAG Capital City Strategic Planning Systems » Role of Infrastructure Australia » Administer Safety Codes National Logistics Safety Code » Retail Logistics Supply Chain Code of Conduct » Industry stakeholders National freight transport and logistics » businesses National and sectoral freight transport and » logistics associations National industry associations » Transport and logistics professional organisations » Transport unions » International transport and logistics organisations » The Australian Logistics Council members are major companies participating in the Australian freight transport and logistics supply chain, including: Transport and Logistics providers and owners » Logistics facilities such as ports and/or intermodal » terminals Transport and Logistics Infrastructure owners » Retailers » Manufacturers/suppliers/consignors » Advocacy on Regulation Development and implementation of a national » transport and logistics regulatory framework Council of Australian Governments (COAG) and » ATC national transport policy and regulatory reform agenda including: National Heavy Vehicle Regulator – National Rail Safety Regulator – National Marine Safety Regulator – Impact on related regulation – NTC regulatory reform, including: » Telematics – COAG Road Reform Program – Freight rail policy framework – Fatigue management – Performance Based Standards – Henry Tax Review » National Workplace Health and Safety law and » regulations Sustainability and Energy Efficiency » Government stakeholders COAG » ATC » Federal Department of Infrastructure and » Transport Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet » Other relevant Australian Government » Departments State/territory government departments of » infrastructure and transport NTC » Infrastructure Australia » Productivity Commission » Standing Committee on Transport » Safe Work Australia » Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) » and members Local Government Authorities (LGAs) » Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities » The Australian Logistics Council Associate Members include associations, government agencies, unions, organisations and companies participating in the Australian freight transport and logistics supply chain including: Industry associations and organisations » Unions/professional associations and organisations » Government agencies and organisations such as freight » councils Companies that are suppliers or users of transport and » logistics goods and services. AboutUs-APlanonaPage