The Australian Steel Industry Logistics Safety Code (ASI LSC) is designed to ensure that all participants are aware of their responsibilities in the supply chain when they control or influence the safe and legal carriage of freight.
The purpose of the Code is to provide guidance to the Australian Steel Industry in relation to:
Find signatories to the Australian Steel Industry Logistics Safety Code.
The Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) prescribes certain requirements and obligations to ensure compliance and safety for all parties in the transport supply chain. The Chain of Responsbility (CoR) laws within the HVNL also outline a requirement to have safety systems and controls in your operations to identify, assess and manage risks as they relate to your business and activities within the supply chain.
Through a series of practical questions, the CoR Gap Assessment Tool enables you to examine your business practices and systems controls against known risks and recognised best practice.
The ASI Logistics Safety Guides, funded by a WorkCover NSW Education and Training Grant, are available for download:
ASI LSG01 (Issue 2) Loading and unloading of trucks (PDF)
ASI LSG02 Preventing falls off trucks (PDF)
ASI LSG03 Mobile equipment (PDF)
Download LUEZ Loading, Unloading Exclusion Zones Guidelines (PDF).
This website provides guidance tools and links including load restraint, time slot and queueing principles and other logistics-related information.
The Steel Transport Safety Network (STSN) is a group of industry professionals who are signatories to the Logistics Safety Code of Practice.
The STSN, which includes steel industry companies as well as logistics providers, meets regularly to discuss logistics issues and solutions with the aim of developing a safer supply chain. The group also provides guidance for the maintenance of the Logistics Safety Code of Practice and organises the annual Logistics Safety & Environment Awards.