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Future Freight Networks : Yearbook 2014
8 ANNUAL REPORT 2013 - 2014 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 »– Australian Steel Industry Logistics Safety Code »– Coal Seam Gas Logistics Safety Code »– Electrical Cable Logistics Safety Code Government stakeholders »» Council of Australian Governments. »» Transport and Infrastructure Council »» 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 Advocacy on Regulation »» Development and implementation of a nationally consistent transport and logistics regulatory frameworks »» Council of Australian Governments (COAG) and Transport and Infrastructure Council 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: »– Heavy Vehicle Charging & Investment Reform Project (HVCI) »– Freight rail policy framework »– Fatigue management »– Performance Based Standards »– Telematics »» Sustainability and Energy Efficiency Members ALC Members are the major and national companies participating in the Australian freight transport and logistics supply chain 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 Vision To be the lead advocacy organisation to all levels of Government and industry on freight transport and logistics regulation and infrastructure issues. Mission To influence national transport and infrastructure regulation and policy to ensure Australia has safe, secure, reliable, sustainable and internationally competitive supply chains. Objectives »» Be the nationally recognised voice of Australia’s freight transport and logistics industry. »» Be the leading advocate of appropriate national regulation and infrastructure to ensure Australia enjoys the full benefits of freight transport and logistics policy development and reform. »» Promote and encourage greater recognition by Government and the community of the importance of the freight transport and logistics industry’s contribution to Australia’s economy. Outcome Australian Logistics Council is viewed by all levels of Government and industry as the primary source of information on freight transport and logistics issues. Associate Members ALC Associate Members are freight transport and logistics companies, service organisations and associations ABOUTUS-APLANONAPAGE