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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2012
Australian Logistics Council Member Profile Advocacy on Infrastructure Nation Building II from 2014/15 » National Freight Network Plan » National Ports Strategy » State/Territory Freight Plans » COAG Capital City Strategic Planning » Systems Role of Infrastructure Australia » Resource related infrastructure -- roads, rail, » shipping and ports Administer and Develop Safety Codes National Logistics Safety Code » ---- Retail Logistics Supply Chain Code of Practice ---- Steel Code ---- Other constituent NLSC Codes 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 nationally » consistent transport and logistics regulatory frameworks Council of Australian Governments (COAG) and » Standing Council on Transport and Infrastructure (SCOTI) national transport policy and regulatory reform agenda including: ---- National Heavy Vehicle Regulator ---- National Rail Safety Regulator ---- National Marine Safety Regulator Use of Industry codes to drive national consistency » and as an industry driven response to 'chain of responsibility' Impact from related regulation including: » ---- Industrial relations ---- Stronger Shipping for a Stronger Economy package. ---- Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal ---- Outcomes from Henry Tax Review ---- National Workplace Health and Safety law and regulations ---- Clean Energy Legislation (carbon tax) ---- Privacy legislation National Transport Commission (NTC) regulatory » reform, including: ---- COAG Road Reform Program ---- Freight rail policy framework ---- Fatigue management ---- Performance Based Standards ---- Telematics Sustainability and Energy Efficiency » Government stakeholders Council of Australian Governments. » Standing Council on Transport and » Infrastructure Departments of infrastructure and » transport Other relevant Australian Government » Departments Transport and Infrastructure Senior » Officials Committee National Transport Commission » Infrastructure Australia and state » infrastructure organisations Productivity Commission » Safe Work Australia » Australian Local Government Association » and local government authorities Heads of Workplace Safety Authorities » The Australian Logistics Council Associate Members include associations, government agencies, organisations and companies participating in the Australian freight transport and logistics supply chain including: Industry associations and organisations » Professional associations and organisations » Government agencies and organisations » Companies that are suppliers or users of transport and » logistics goods and services. 13 FUTURE FREIGHT NETWORKS 2012 ABOUT US APlanonaPage