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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2013
16 2012 SNAPSHOT 1. Produced a report examining progress on the 23 supply chain blockages identified in the 2008 ALC Report on Supply Chain Blockages, as well as the priorities identified by Infrastructure Australia. 2. Promoted the adoption and development of safety best practices in transport and logistics through the National Logistics Safety Code of Practice (NLSC), and constituent codes, such as the Retail Logistics Supply Chain Code of Practice (RLSC). 3. Provided industry advocacy on the COAG, SCOTI and NTC national transport policy and regulatory reform agenda, including: • National Rail Safety Regulator and regulatory framework • National Marine Safety Regulator and regulatory framework • National Heavy Vehicle Regulator and regulatory framework • National Workplace Health and Safety Law and regulations • National Telematics strategy • COAG Road Reform Program • freight rail policy framework • fatigue management • performance-based standards • supply chain strategies 4. Provided advocacy on 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. 5. Provided advocacy on the role of Infrastructure Australia and high level of engagement on: • the National Ports Strategy and National Freight Network Plan • capital city strategic planning systems – Australian Logistics Council to ensure that capital city strategic planning systems take into account transport and logistics issues • Nation Building 2 from 2014–15 • resource-related infrastructure – roads, rail, shipping and ports. 6. Created a national presence for Australian Logistics Council through: • the development of strategic partnerships with relevant government and industry bodies • active media engagement • Australian Logistics Council Annual Forum • annual Australian Logistics Council member/government dialogue • Senior Executive lunches with jurisdictional Ministers for Transport • monthly edition of Australian Logistics Council Update • Australian Logistics Council Annual Report. ALC Action A SNAPSHOT OF IN 2012 The Australian Logistics Council implemented the following actions in 2012: 1880_Future Freight 2013.indd 16 10/05/13 1:52 PM