Attendance is FREE for CCF Victoria Members!
Hosted by John Kilgour, CEO CCF Victoria, this webinar welcomes subject matter experts from NVHR and Engistics who will present on the following key areas;
- Review of the Chain of Responsibility (CoR) and current tools
- NHVR’s approach to addressing non-compliance issues
- Roadside Compliance update
- What Safety and Compliance officers see at the roadside
- CCF Members and the HVNL
- Load Restraint:
- Legal compliance vs normal operating conditions : the crash forces
- Common Mobile Plant risks : Plant restraint and accessories
- Developing solutions : key thinking for compliant restraint
This is your opportunity to hear from recognised subject matter experts, who will also address key questions raised in a Q&A session.
Paul Simionato – NHVR, Director Southern Region, Operations Division
Paul joined the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR), in September 2016 and currently is the Director Southern Region (Operations). He currently manages on-road heavy vehicle compliance and enforcement activities in SA, Victoria, ACT and Tasmania. Paul has 30 years’ legal experience in a combination of areas, including law enforcement with SA Police, predominately in criminal prosecutions.
Before taking up a position with the NHVR, he was a prosecutor with the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions. His previous experience in the legal profession, have included a partnership in a law firm predominately specialising in criminal law, regulatory law, and disciplinary matters. He spent two years as manager of prosecutions, investigations, revenue protection, and litigation with the Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure, leading reforms in the taxi industry.
With his extensive experience in the legal profession he is committed to road safety and joins the NHVR with a Bachelor of Laws and Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
Simone Reinertsen – NHVR, Stakeholder Engagement Officer, Strategy & Stakeholder Relations
Simone Reinertsen has been working as the NHVRs Stakeholder Engagement Officer in South Australia, Victoria, and Tasmania for the past 5 years. Her role has seen her engage with a variety of stakeholders across the heavy vehicle industry and various levels of government.
Simone works with NHVR subject matter experts in Access, Accreditation, Safety and Compliance, PBS, Policy, and other business units, to help facilitate effective outcomes for the customer.
Simone aligns herself with the NHVR Values of:
- People matter,
- Customer first,
- We add value, and
- Strong partnerships
She has worked with the CCF over the past few years on several issues and projects including information sessions around Chain of Responsibility.
Peter Ervin – NHVR, Operations Manager Victoria
Peter Ervin is the NHVR Operations Manager for Victoria. He joined the NHVR in December 2019 with the transition of Victoria into the NHVR.
Peter has 23 years of experience in heavy vehicle compliance and regulation. He is a strong supporter of utilising a range of targeted compliance activities based on intel and data that are aimed at addressing the root cause of non-compliant behaviour.
Sean Carlson – Engistics, Engineering Manager
Sean is a Mechanical Engineer who has specialised in Logistics Safety for over 15 years. He is the Engineering Manager of Engistics Pty Ltd, one of Australia’s leading engineers in the field of Road Transport safety.
Sean has experience in Australia, United Kingdom and New Zealand with safety and compliance projects in the road transport and warehouse sectors including load restraint, safe loading and unloading and industrial traffic management. He has recently been the technical lead for the Forest Industry Code of Practice sponsored by the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator.
Sean has a focus on developing and delivering outcomes that provide meaningful safety improvements.
REGISTER TODAY TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS CRITICAL ONLINE EVENT.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO YOU JOINING US ONLINE!
Note: CCF Victoria will continue to host the series of webinars on topics most relevant to our industry over the coming months.