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Managing compliance risk

The introduction of the amended Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) in October 2018 has led to a great deal of debate on the extent to which parties in the Chain of Responsibility (COR) are responsible for and required to verify the compliance conduct of their contractors.

This debate is largely focused on the position of parties in the COR who do not own or operate heavy vehicles – so the users or beneficiaries of transport services.

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