FOUR POINT FIVE
Who we are
Four Point Five was created to ensure an efficient and compliant Chain of Responsibility (CoR) related to Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) within the transport industry.
Our team comprises of industry based consultants, business strategists and legal advisors with the ability and the expertise to develop a strong compliant safety culture with our business partners.
What we offer
Four Point Five offers comprehensive solutions that includes the drafting of industry and statutory compliant management plans, developed with optimal risk mitigation tools; auditing of existing management plans; consulting our clients on HVNL compliance requirements; and educating all stakeholders on HVNL awareness programs.
Industry Based Management Plans
Four Point Five in consultation with our clients develops HVNL and CoR management plans, tailored to suit stakeholders’ unique requirements. It is imperative to maintain a certified comprehensive HVNL and CoR management plan that meets the regulatory requirements.
Four Point Five review and audit your existing management plans to assess and identify regulatory and safety risks. In addition, we provide third party compliance and audit certificates.
The team at Four Point Five in conjunction with our business partners assess their current HVNL and CoR risks and provide customised consultancy services.
Awareness & Compliance Training
Four Point Five offers awareness and compliance training to suit specific needs with flexible facilitation options including onsite, classroom-style or virtual training.
Chain of Responsibility:
Roles & Liabilities
Heavy Vehicle National Law generally addresses the actions of drivers and operators; however, the breaches of these laws are often caused by other parties in the transport supply chain.
HVNL Latest Statistics
The heavy vehicle industry remains one of the most dangerous in Australia with 159 fatal crashes involving heavy vehicles reported between September 2019 and June 2020. During the first half of this year, there have already been 10 fatalities related to the loading and unloading of heavy vehicles.