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June 2014 Newsletter From the Chairman Turning winning into action Jessica Paton being awarded CILT International Young Achiever last week is not only an incredible success for a young Australian transport professional, but also a call to action for all CILT Australia members. This is the second year in a row that CILT Australia's Young Achiever took out the International Award against tough competition. Her work as a psychologist with Queensland Rail improving train driver safety was recognised as innovative and world class. I am proud to say she won further plaudits from experienced transport and logistics professionals around the world for her mature and thoughtful presentation as well as the innovation of her work. This gold medal for an Australian transport professional should not only make all the transport and logistics sector in Australia proud. It should also be a call to action to recruit even more smart, young people who can introduce innovation for safety and efficiency in our industry. It should be a recruitment tool across the industry that young people can join a world's best sector. More than that, this should be a recruitment tool to CILT Australia. CILT heritage is to support innovation and professional development (and to enable that innovation). The originating organisation was established in the UK after World War One by military officers who saw the impact of the transport innovations (in trucks, air, sea and signalling) in the war would make a significant difference in peace. They saw the need to develop the skills to make the most of these innovations and set up education and training programs. The need is no less today. All Australian members of CILT need to make a commitment to recruit more members, not only but especially the young. We need more active members to develop greater skills, enhance innovation both technically and in management, and to encourage more professional development activity. CILT Australia has returned from near financial death! but now we need to make the most of our world leading IT platform and our world class young professionals. Your actions in recruiting new members and taking part in our activities is critical not just to CILT Australia! but also the development of transport and logistics. I look forward to your contribution. Congratulations to Jessica, and to her employer Queensland Rail, for setting a high standard and energising CILT Australia Andrew Stewart Chairman

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Annual Awards for Excellence 2014 The CILT Australia Annual Awards for Excellence 2014 celebrate the accomplishments of some of the finest passenger, freight and defence transport and logistics companies and individuals in the world. https://www.cilta.com.au/page-annual-awards Be RECOGNISED for Excellence

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Venue: Moonee Valley Racecourse, McPherson St, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039

Awards for Excellence – 2014 Categories  Safety  Passenger Transport  Humanitarian or Defence Logistics  Operational Excellence (sponsored by NetSuite)  Professional of the Year  Young Professional of the Year Who do you think deserves recognition for Excellence? NOMINATE NOW

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Australia's Best named World Best Australian Jessica Paton was awarded International Young Achiever of the Year by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport at its international conference in Malaysia. Paton, Training Facilities and Simulator Specialist at Queensland Rail, was highly praised for her work on the system she has developed for supporting drivers to improve their capabilities when human errors have caused SPADs (signal passed at danger). Jessica Paton (middle right), winner of CILT International Achiever of the year with the CILT Australia Team, Chairman Andrew Stewart, Executive Officer Hanna Lucas and Vice Chairman Neville Binning.

Jessica’s achievements and diversity in skills and experience has bought a new perspective and innovative solution for a problem which has long plagued safety in the rail industry.

She was judged Young Professional of the Year by CILT Australia in 2013 and was nominated for the International Award. CILT International Secretary Steven Rinsler said the standard of submissions was extremely high, showing a depth of research and thinking about transport issues and solutions by young professionals in transport and logistics globally. This is the second year in a row that an Australian Transport and Logistics young professional has won the International Award. Andrew Stewart, National Chair, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Australia (CILTA) said the award showed the high standard of young people working in Australia’s supply chain was at world’s best ranking. “Jessica Paton was up against the most talented young professionals in our industry from around the world, so this is a huge achievement. The award highlights that the best transport employers and education in Australia are developing world class management and professional talent. But much more needs to be done to include more bright young people in to transport and logistics, and to give them continuing professional education and support.” “To be recognised for my achievements amongst such a high calibre group of young professionals is incredibly humbling. The alumni of CILT Australia and CILT International is a collection of highly experienced, talented and motivated people within transport and logistics, and acknowledgement by individuals at this level is an incredible honour,” Jessica said. For more information about Jessica’s submission and this prestigious award please contact Hanna Lucas – admin@cilta.com.au


Jessica Paton CILT International Young Achiever of the Year 2014 An insight in to Jessica’s role at Queensland Rail: Passing a signal at danger (a SPAD) involves a train driver unintentionally guiding their train past a red aspect on the network, potentially resulting in a catastrophic rail collision or derailment. The issue of managing SPADs and SPAD drivers had been an area of ongoing concern, with the identified need for a more effective and efficient process. Jessica Paton began working in Train Service Delivery (TSD - the section of Queensland Rail responsible for rail operations) in November 2012, and immediately identified a critical need to improve the post SPAD management process. The standard process involved the exclusion of a SPAD driver from driving duties for undefined periods (up to 6 months), without specific intervention or skills development. Certain drivers were referred for costly, generic psychometric testing, but test results weren’t used to inform driver development, due to a lack of expertise in the operational area. Further, all drivers involved in SPADs were engaged in standard punitive action. Driver attitudes towards this SPAD management process were extremely negative, resulting in industrial issues, grievances and poor levels of engagement. Furthermore, extensive exclusion times contributed to operational shortages and skills deficiencies, and an unfortunate number of drivers who eventually returned to mainline driving went on to experience additional SPADs. Jessica’s experience and interest in cognitive behaviour and non-technical skills – NTS - (situational awareness, attention, prioritization, decision making, threat and error management, etc) lead her to begin constructing a post SPAD management framework based around driver support and development. Jessica’s incorporated Human Factors and human error research into a post SPAD pilot process that investigated NTS contributing factors to SPAD events, to assist in accurately conceptualizing causal factors. This approach allowed for a more rigorous and comprehensive assessment of how and why driver errors resulted in SPAD events, and in conjunction with an Operational Debrief (conducted by experienced compliance officers), provided an in-depth insight into preconditions leading up to SPADs. In addition to developing a more comprehensive framework to identify contributing factors, Jessica also created a post SPAD driver development process (Operational Improvement Plans) to capture all required training, coaching, development and mentoring activities required to effectively and successfully target the underlying contributing factors associated with an individual SPAD event. In the context of this plan, Jessica provides all drivers with empirically based cognitive coaching and training in NTS, relevant to the SPAD event. Working with the driver and experienced Train Operations Improvement officers, Jessica assists in the delivery of an integrated technical and non-technical intervention. The need to convey somewhat abstract concepts in a tangible and meaningful way has lead to the development of a range of learning tools and creative devices to illustrate concepts and aid learning. This intervention is conducted not only in a ‘class-room’ setting, but includes activities conducted within a dynamic operational environment, including on-track, in-cab development, as well as the use of simulators to practice and develop strategies. Outcomes of the post SPAD model have included a 100% satisfaction rating from drivers, and a 95% satisfaction rating for NTS strategies. 95% of drivers involved in the program have maintained a SPAD free record on return to driving. Added benefits of the assessment and intervention model include financial savings of more than $375k per year in operational and lost time costs.


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Emerging Leaders Networking Event Thursday 19th June 5:30pm REGISTER NOW and secure you place for this exclusive site tour and the chance to be inspired by the journeys of four successful and diverse professionals in the industry. Join us for  eStore Logistics Warehouse Site Tour  Emerging Leaders Panel on T&L Careers  Q&A Session  Networking with fellow T&L Professionals Guest Speakers: James Ronaldson Manager - PSO at Manhattan Associates James is a graduate in a Bachelor of Business Management. With experience from an operational back ground, James now manages a dynamic and exciting implementation team, focusing on client solutions/deliverables with the Manhattan product range across the ANZ market.

Date: Thursday 19th June Time: 5:30pm-8:00pm 5:15pm Registration for 5:30pm commencement Event Venue: E Store Logistics 185-189 Boundary Road Laverton North VIC 3026 Hosted by:

Kieran Boyce Operations Manager at eStore Logistics Kieran is a graduate in a Bachelor of Business Information Systems Management and Human Resources Management. He is an Operations Manager with a difference applying his knowledge, experience and skills in IT and HR has seen Kieran excel at eStore Logistics. Meaghan Siemensma Senior Account Manager at Ceva Logistics Meaghan is a graduate with a Bachelor of Business in Transports & Logistics, Marketing. Meaghan has a wealth of experience in the industry including operations, consulting and account management. Justin Di Guilio Project Manager, Fleet and Infrastructure Planner at Public Transport Victoria Justin has had over 14 years’ experience working within transport and planning organisations. The various roles at the Department of Transport WA and Victoria and Public Transport Victoria as a Project Manager has provided him with excellent experience in a number of high profile projects. Justin has a multitude of certifications and accolades in recognition of his outstanding work and contribution in public transport infrastructure projects.

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Leigh Williams CEO – eStore Logistics VIC, CILTA and CILT International Young Professional of the Year 2012/2013


Sustainable Transport Strategies for the Future of Logistics Operations in Australia “Achieving a Competitive Advantage” - Thursday 3rd July 2014 -

Join us for our upcoming Logistics Conversation Event on Thursday 3 rd July to hear from three guests speakers on Sustainable Transport Strategies:  Mr. Hilmi Armoush- Fuel Economy Solutions  Mr. Andrew Niven - Group Manager, Safety and Sustainability - Linfox Australia Pty Ltd  Mr. Andrew Newman - Acting Director | Freight Network Development and Local Ports, Freight Logistics and Marine Division The evening includes our guest speakers presenting on their knowledge and experience, audience engagement in a Q & A activity after the presentations, and a networking opportunity for all attendees in the corporate lounge. Come and meet other industry professionals as we explore the opportunities involved, and learn about building a sustainable future for our own businesses and our local and Australian economy. Event Date:

Thursday 3rd July 2014

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6.00pm – 9.00pm

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121 Exhibition Street Melbourne – Level 5

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Finger Food and Light refreshments will be served

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$10.00

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$15.00

REGISTER NOW: https://www.cilta.com.au/eventform-logcon03jul The Logistics Conversation is an event that gives logistics business professionals of Melbourne and Victoria, educators and senior level students the opportunity to participate in a professional development seminar. The event is organised by the Chartered Institute of Logistics Transport – Australia and is sponsored by the National Industrial Skills Training Centre (a division of Wodonga Institute of TAFE) and by the Victorian Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure. The Logistics Conversation is an annual event and has been well supported by the business community since its inception in 2012. This event gives people the opportunity to meet and discuss issues, network and establish valuable contacts with other business leaders and gain valuable knowledge from industry experts in this field.


Mid-Year CILTA (WA) Update- June 2014 UPDATE FROM THE CILTA (WA) STATE CHAIR Jamie Bradford FCILT CPL Are we half way through this year already? CILTA (WA) Executive Committee have been busy planning some exciting and topical events for the remainder of 2014 to make this likely our busiest 6 months ever! Looking back, the following activities kept us busy in the first 6 months of 2014. In February, we presented the WA State Aviation Strategy at Jandakot airport, which continued our theme of state freight strategies as presented by the WA Dept. of Transport. February also saw CILTA (WA) make a presentation to the Broome Port Community, to stimulate increased membership from regional area of the state. In May, we supported a stand with Curtin University, at the Careers Expo, which saw thousands of potential students over a weekend passing through and enquiring about a career in the transport and logistics world. In June, Dr. Neville Binning (CILTA-WA Executive Committee and CILTA National Vice Chair) attended the CILT International conference in Malacca. He presented CILTA on the international stage, and will provide feedback at an upcoming event. He did advise that CILT International is moving well ahead with educational and networking opportunities for all global members of CILT. For the remainder of 2014, we would like to advise members of some interesting and important events coming up over the remainder of 2014. Events which will be held are1. Disaster Relief/Humanitarian Logistics (Late July date tba) 2. Project YIELD launch- (Late July date tba) 3. Young Professional presentation- (Early Aug date tba) 4. Bi-Annual Fellows Dinner (22nd August) 5. CILTA/Infrastructure & Engineering presentation- (Sept date tba) 6. Special Interest Topic with high profile speaker- (Date tba) 7. AGM (October date tba) 8. Sundowner (December date tba) Most dates above are ‘tba’ as we are finalising these events, but they are planned for delivery! A lot of these events will revert to the Sundowner after-work format, which seems to be best for our busy professional lives! We are pleased and excited to announce, ‘all events (other than the Fellows Dinner) will be Free of Charge for members’ with non-member guests to pay a small fee. Individual alerts and invites will be sent out for each event in due course. The CILTA National Awards brochure and details were passed to all members recently, and we strongly encourage all WA members and their companies to nominate for these Awards. Surely, we can showcase WA’s transport and logistics tasks on the national stage and bring home some awards. WA has fared well in recent National CILTA Awards, having brought home the winners trophies for T&L Professional of the Year, as well as Young T&L Professional of the Year over recent years. Our state section sponsorships are continuing, with our association with Aston Recruitment entering another year of support. Aston Recruitment is CILTA (WA) official Resourcing Partner. The team headed up by founder and owner Chantal Haskett is always visible at our functions, and CILTA (WA) looks forward to continuing our fruitful and positive relationship over the coming years. Saleem Technologies are also continuing their sponsorship as our formal Innovation & Technology Partner , and we are privileged to be associated with a company of this caliber. Founder and owner Kashif Saleem advises his WA-origin software company is an industry leader servicing the resources and construction sectors. Saleem Technologies has been very visible in news and technology industry


sectors winning many national awards. The Washington Times, one of the most-often-quoted newspapers in the United States of America list Saleem Technologies as one of the "Ten Commanding Companies to watch in 2014". We thank these sponsors for their continued support, and recommend you meet up with Chantal, Kashif and their representatives at the upcoming CILTA (WA) functions. For additional sponsorship benefits and opportunities, please contact myself for specific details. Continuing good signs for CILTA (WA) is our relevance as the prime logistics association with membership base made up of defence, government, industry and educational backgrounds. Our relevance is increasing even in these tightening times of the local economy. We have had an increase in corporate support, a growth in membership and an increase in the number of people attending local events. With the national webinars continuing all WA members have access to informative presentations as released by CILTA National. Our Regional Membership drive continues, and if your company has people working in these WA regional areas, please inform them of this initiative, or contact me to discuss particular relevance to your organisation. Our national body has been keeping members up to date with weekly industry updates, monthly e-newsletters, the bi-annual CILTA review magazine, and ongoing access to the massive online CILT knowledge centre. Our state wide Young Professionals group facilitated by Nicolene van Schalkwyk has been active during 2014, and I encourage all under 35’s to make contact with Nicky at the next function. The future is yours to change! The Project YIELD event detailed above is a CILTA (WA) initiative. YIELD is an acronym for Youth Indigenous Education in Logistics Disciplines. We are pleased to soon launch this new initiative aimed at providing transport and logistics employment skills and education to indigenous Year 11 and 12 students throughout Western Australia and helping the students gain employment within the transport & logistics sector at the successful completion of their studies. We believe Project YIELD will be a game-changer in this regard, and all CILTA (WA) members and special guests will be invited to a launch in late July. Project YIELD is an equal gender and equal metro/regional uptake of students. More information will follow soon about this initiative. Companies state-wide will be offered opportunities to participate in this programme. The programme is aimed to supply accredited students to the wider transport & logistics sector, not just the mining industry. Sectors include retail, whitegoods, food transport, FMCG’s, warehousing, aviation, public transport utilities, freight forwarding and other transport and logistics providers. We hope you will see a lot of this specific CILTA (WA) copyright logo over the coming years. Our logo was designed by renowned local Nyoongar artist Peter Farmer and represents a central pathway linking communities (path and circles). The three rising pillars (in the top left) represent learning, development and support of youth, and the three rising pillars (on the bottom right) represent resilience, dedication and strength. This logo truly represents Project YIELD, its initiatives and direction and outcomes. So, in closing, thanks for your ongoing support, please continue supporting the organisation which is your avenue to networking, development, seminars and other opportunities. If you have not attended a CILTA (WA) function recently, we strongly recommend you attend some (or all!) of the events detailed above. Please come along, bring potential new members, and contribute to the relevance of the organisation. Please note membership renewals are currently underway, so if you have not renewed on line yet, please do so soonest to allow us to continue with this great programme and initiatives. I am available for contact should you require further details on any activity detailed above. Please stay safe, and on behalf of the CILTA (WA) Executive Committee, many thanks for your continued support. thanks and regards Jamie Bradford FCILT, CPL Chair | CILTA (WA Section) T +61 8 9469 5069 | M +61 400 198 186 | E jamie.bradford@jacobs.com | W www.cilta.com.au


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Complimentary Webinar with Industry Analyst Frost & Sullivan Hosted by NetSuite

Date: Thursday 19 June Time: 1.00-2.00 pm AEST Cost: Free to attend

Hear how Aussie Business leader BioPak leverages the cloud to gain end to end supply chain visibility and grow 176% Join this complimentary webinar on Thursday 19 June to hear Mark Dougan, Managing Director ANZ, Frost & Sullivan discuss how the development of lean manufacturing and complex global supply chains have left businesses in ANZ increasingly exposed to disruptions, and solutions to overcome these risks.

Featured Speakers: Hear a case study of how BioPak, an Australian packaging solutions leader, moved their operations to the cloud and gained efficiency, real-time visibility and increased supplier collaboration.

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During this webinar, you’ll learn: - The impact of natural disasters on IT operations - What’s driving the uptake of cloud solutions in manufacturing and logistics sectors - How companies have embarked on cloud-based ERP solutions - Key benefits of moving to the cloud - How to reduce supply chain risk for global companies with multiple subsidiaries, locations and currencies This is a great opportunity to engage directly with top analyst Frost & Sullivan and our customer BioPak to gain insight that will help you to successfully tackle your toughest challenges.

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Wednesday 30 July – 12.00 – 12.45 ADST

Exploring AEC 2015 and the implications for Supply Chain Ecosystems The vision for the ASEAN Economic Community – known as AEC 2015 - is the economic union of the ten ASEAN countries, namely Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, in order to usher in a new era of economic co-operation. AEC 2015 will integrate these ten ASEAN nations into a single economic community, harmonising tariff-free flows of goods, services, people and funds across ten jurisdictions that embrace the full spectrum of emerging, developing and developed economies and comprise over 600 million people. This webinar will explore the AEC 2015 journey towards the economic integration of these diverse economies, and explore the implications for Supply Chain Ecosystems – both the challenges and the opportunities. Guest Speaker: Mark Millar MBA, FCILT, FCIM, GAICD Mark Millar leverages 25 years global business experience to provide value for clients with informed and independent perspectives on their supply chain strategies in Asia. His series of ‘Asia Supply Chain Insights’ corporate briefings, consultations and seminars help companies navigate the complex landscapes in China and ASEAN, improve the efficiency of their supply chain ecosystems and make better informed business decisions. Acknowledged as an engaging and energetic presenter, clients have engaged Mark as Speaker, Moderator, MC or Conference Chairman at over 300 events in more than 20 countries.

Wednesday 30 July AEST 12.00 – 12.45 SA / NT 11.30 – 12.15 WA 10.00 – 10.45

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Mark is a Visiting Lecturer at Hong Kong Polytechnic University and serves on the advisory board of several leading organisations. His industry contributions have been recognised with a number of accolades, including being named in the “Who's Who of Power Players in Supply Chain Management in China", the “Pro’s-to-Know Thought Leaders in Supply Chain” and as “One of the most Progressive People in World Logistics”. London based business book publisher, Kogan Page have commissioned Mark to write the book “Global Supply Chain Ecosystems”, due for publication in 2015. Contact him at mark@markmillar.com CILTA Member Registration - Complimentary: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2061636337825917441 Non Member Registration - $15pp: https://www.cilta.com.au/eventform-webinar3007 Once you have registered more detail and links for the webinar will be sent via email. After the webinar, a recording will be made available for CILTA Members in the members portal attached to the CILTA website. Remember to register even if you can't attend live, so you won't miss the recording link.


http://blog.macktrucks.com.au/ Latest Posts: Trucks ready to pass through upgraded intersection The completion of Mains Road and Kessels Road intersection upgrade in Brisbane will ensure smoother journeys for trucking operators. http://blog.macktrucks.com.au/trucks-ready-to-pass-through-upgraded-intersection/ Operation Austrans – a major success for driver safety The annual Operation Austrans, which increased safety for all road users, has been hailed a success by Queensland authorities. http://blog.macktrucks.com.au/operation-austrans-a-major-success-for-driver-safety/ New heavy haul truck bypass for Western Australia The announcement of a new bypass to avoid Ravensthorpe, on the South Coast Highway, will benefit both truck operators and local residents. http://blog.macktrucks.com.au/new-heavy-haul-truck-bypass-for-western-australia/ Mack Trucks leading truck sales in May Mack Trucks sold more units last month than many other operators, bucking the average trend across the market. http://blog.macktrucks.com.au/mack-trucks-leading-truck-sales-in-may/ Mack Auction is a Golden Success Mack Trucks has raised $100,000 for the Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland by auctioning the last remaining limited-edition 50th Anniversary Southern Cross Titan at the Commercial Vehicles Industry Association of Queensland (CVIAQ) President’s Charity Dinner, last Saturday 1st June. ‘Goldie’ was released last year to celebrate the trucking giant’s 50th anniversary of production in Australia and is a one-of-a-kind 685 horsepower… http://blog.macktrucks.com.au/mack-auction-is-a-golden-success/ ‘Passionate advocate’ for trucking industry retires Policy Manager of the ATA and advocate for the trucking industry, David Coonan, has retired after eight years following an extended illness. http://blog.macktrucks.com.au/passionate-advocate-for-trucking-industryretires/ New speed zone in Sydney’s CBD announced A new speed zone has been announced for an area for Sydney’s CBD. From the end of the year, the speed limit will be 40km/h. http://blog.macktrucks.com.au/new-speed-zone-in-sydneys-cbd-announced/ Call for amendment to Heavy Vehicle Law An error in National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme should be fixed by the Queensland government in coming months. http://blog.macktrucks.com.au/call-for-amendment-to-heavy-vehicle-law/


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NEW REPORT REVEALS OBSTACLES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAINS Supply chain management is one of the biggest obstacles to more sustainable business practices, a new report has found. The Sustainability and Supply Chain Divide: Insights into the gaps, challenges and opportunities for Australian companies has been launched today by Sustainability at Work, with the support of the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage. According to lead author of the report, Tania Crosbie, sustainability managers across the breadth of the country face similar challenges when looking to improve the sustainability of their supply chains – and can seize similar opportunities. “Our research has revealed that a number of overriding factors prevent sustainability managers and their supply chains from working more closely,” Ms Crosbie says. “These factors include a lack of leadership, divergent language around sustainability, disconnected procurement policies and traditional contractual models. “We also found many sustainability managers were hesitant to engage with their supply chain until their own shop was in order,” Ms Crosbie adds The study also unmasked some ‘best practice’ behaviours, including employing sustainable supply chain managers, auditing supply chains thoroughly, enforcing sustainable procurement guidelines at tender time and collaborating with the supply chain for global better outcomes. “Collaboration was a recurrent theme from those interviewed. Again and again, we were told that bringing together key – or high risk – suppliers to create a shared vision leads to better outcomes for all organisations along the supply chain,” Ms Crosbie, explains. “The underlying message from the report is unequivocal. Companies are beginning to understand their responsibility to leave a sustainable legacy for future generations. Suppliers, who don’t work with their partners, customers and the community to achieve more sustainable outcomes run the risk of operating an ever-shrinking market.” Click here to download your free copy http://www.sustainabilityatwork.com.au/sustainability-supply-chain-divide-2014-report/ About the report Sustainability at Work undertook 28 in-depth interviews with both sustainability specialists and supply chain managers from across 17 industries based in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria. Interviews were conducted by telephone between January and March 2014. Tania Crosbie, a Member of the Australian Market and Social Research Society (AMSRS) and Director of Sustainability at Work, conducted the interviews. Interview durations ranged from 45 minutes to 90 minutes. About Sustainability at Work Sustainability at Work is a marketing, communications and training consultancy, focused on engaging people to deliver sustainable outcomes for their organisations, customers and stakeholders. Directors Tania Crosbie and Melissa Houghton are experienced professionals with more than 25 years in marketing, communications and sustainability. Visit www.sustainabilityatwork.com.au


beyondblue launches landmark campaign as it says to the transport, postal and warehousing industry: “If you’re not investing in mental health you’re losing money.” beyondblue has launched an Australian-first national campaign in conjunction with the Mentally Healthy Workplace Alliance to encourage Australia’s business leaders to take action on mental health. It comes as a new PwC report reveals that transport, postal and warehousing businesses will receive an average return of $2.80 for every $1 they invest in effective workplace mental health strategies. This is above the average rate for Australian businesses of a $2.30 return for every $1 invested. The research, which looked at the impact of employees’ mental health conditions on productivity, participation and compensation claims, also found these conditions cost Australian employers at least $10.9 billion a year. beyondblue Chairman The Hon Jeff Kennett AC said the report (download here or see the next page for a summary), provides a compelling case for businesses to back Heads Up, a campaign to give big and small transport, postal and warehousing businesses alike practical advice about the importance of addressing mental health in the workplace. “More than one in five Australian transport, postal and warehousing industry workers (23.0%) has experienced mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety in the past 12 months, but sadly too many workplaces still do not realise the importance of their employees’ mental health,” he said. “This report shows that employers have a responsibility not only to their workers, but also to their businesses’ profitability, to tackle these conditions at work. Heads Up will provide them with a tailor-made Action Plan to do this and will help ensure that Australia’s 11.5 million workers across all industries receive the support they need to be mentally healthy and productive.” PwC partner Jeremy Thorpe said the report reveals how investing in mental health can deliver enormous benefits. “Any positive ROI is something business should strive for,” he said. “This is why I would urge all employers, regardless of what industry you’re in or your business size, to read this report and learn what economic benefits you can gain from investing in mental health.” Heads Up will target leaders across small, medium and large Australian businesses through major advertising and social media campaigns, and already it has the backing of some major companies. Funded by the Department of Health, it has been launched as a growing body of evidence points to the urgent need for Australian businesses to start treating the mental health of their employees as seriously as they treat physical health and safety. The campaign’s centrepiece is the Heads Up website (www.headsup.org.au) where business leaders can find out why they are losing money if they are not investing in employees’ mental health and sign up to learn how to make their workplace more mentally healthy and profitable. In mid-June, a first-of-its kind Action Plan will be unveiled on the website to allow businesses to create tailor-made mental health plans to implement in their workplaces to ensure they are progressing towards workplaces that are as mentally healthy as possible. beyondblue CEO Georgie Harman said Heads Up would have a long-lasting impact as it delivered benefits for employees and employers alike. “Employers who are mindful of their employees’ wellbeing and introduce supporting policies promote greater worker satisfaction and deliver enormous productivity improvements, making it a truly win-win situation,” she said. “Too many business leaders, however, still don’t know how to help people who may be struggling with a mental health condition such as depression or anxiety. These people continue to face discrimination and do not receive the same support that people with physical conditions receive. Employers who do not promote good mental health miss out on the benefits that it can bring, but adopting Heads Up can help to change that. Creating mentally healthy workplaces is everyone’s responsibility, but employers need to take the lead. Heads Up is a cutting-edge campaign and I look forward to beyondblue assisting employers to realise that good mental health is just as important as good physical health and safety in the workplace.” The full report can be found at www.headsup.org.au/PwC-ROI-report


Coastal shipping, a necessity for an island nation Australia, which has a coastline of about 16,000 miles, has been a shipping nation since Aborigines used canoes to transport goods and people. White settlement over two centuries ago was made possible by shipping. Even today, most of our exports are leaving our shores in ships (mainly bulk carriers), but only a few of these ships carry the Australian flag. In fact, the number of Australian flagged vessels has been in decline for decades and currently less than 50 (mainly old) Australian vessels service Australian ports. Coastal shipping has seen a similar decline and currently less than 20 Australian flagged vessels operate on the Australian coast. The previous federal government tried to halt this trend and revive the Australian shipping and maritime sector. They introduced the Coastal Trading Act 2012 along with changes in the Fair Work Act (2009) and taxation laws to create more favourable conditions for Australian flagged vessels. Whilst the intentions were good, some unintended side effects have had an impact on the supply chains of a number of Australian businesses and increased their costs. Coastal shipping in a large number of countries such as the USA (regulated by the Jones Act of 1920), Denmark, Indonesia, the Philippines and to some extent even China is protected by so-called cabotage laws. These laws dictate that any coastal cargo is carried by vessels which are flagged (and usually manned, or even built in the case of the USA) in the home country. Australia does have similar laws but it permits foreign flagged vessels to carry coastal cargo if no suitable Australian flagged vessel is available. A single voyage (or in some cases multiple voyages) permit is then issued. However, changes to the Fair Work Act mean foreign flagged vessels must pay Australian style wages to the (usually lower salaried) foreign crews whilst on the Australian coast. This has made it much harder, more expensive, and in most cases not viable for foreign flagged vessels to carry coastal cargo, to the detriment of the shippers who have had to find alternative (usually more expensive) options to keep their supply chains operating. This movement of cargo has shifted from transport by sea to rail or more commonly by road. In some cases the shift was not possible and the supply chain ceased to operate. The current government is considering its options of repealing or amending both the Coastal Trading Act and the Fair Work Act and a review by the Productivity Commission is currently underway. Recent comments by Deputy PM Warren Truss (also the Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development) and Prime Minister Tony Abbott indicated that the Coastal Trading Act could be part of “Repeal Day�. Minister Truss recently released an options paper which canvasses a number of options such as doing away with regulation of all access to coastal trading in all Acts of Parliament, repeal the Coastal Trading Act or continue to regulate the coastal trade but change some aspects of the existing regime. In Victoria a number of members of the Supply Chain Advisory Network (SCAN) have indicated that it is cheaper for their businesses to import goods directly from overseas rather than sourcing them interstate. Another one commented that it is now cheaper to ship their product from Melbourne to Singapore than from Melbourne to Brisbane and that alternatives such as using rail or road rather than sea are just not viable. Coastal shipping should be considered as part of broad-based thinking about transport solutions for interstate and inter-capital freight movements. Multi-modalism (the transportation of goods under a single contract, but performed with at least two different means of transport) must be used to improve the availability of convenient and costefficient road, rail and sea freight options for the movement of (in particular) interstate domestic freight. It is important that both government and industry consider measures to promote multi-modalism. Viable alternative transport (such as coastal shipping) needs to be available quickly and cost effectively in instances such as derailments or road and rail being cut off by floods (as happened recently in North Queensland). A side but important issue is that rail and sea transport produce less greenhouse gasses and are safer than road especially over long distances. Lack of modal choice is seen as a significant issue by SCAN members and it implores the government to urgently fix some of these issues in order to ensure that no additional costs are imposed on the businesses that move freight (and in the end on the freight owner and the consumer). Maybe a first step in addressing the current situation is to amend or repeal these laws, but more needs to be done to promote multi-modalism and create a level playing field for all modes of transport. Dr Hermione Parsons Chairperson of the Supply Chain Advisory Network Director, Institute for Supply Chain and Logistics Associate Professor, College of Business, Victoria University

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NTC strategic planning and work program development process: business cases NTC would like to invite you to participate in their strategic planning and work program development process activities. Following on from the Industry Advisory Group (IAG) workshop in May, where IAG members provided valuable input into a number of candidate projects, a consolidated set of project briefs was developed. To download a copy of these briefs please visit the following link: https://www.cilta.com.au/uploads/ciltadocs/aAttachments/NTC_candidate_projects.docx Over the last year the NTC developed a more robust strategic planning and work development process, in response to recommendations from the 2012 Review of the NTC and Other Relevant Transport Bodies. As part of this enhanced process, the NTC is required to develop business cases for the consideration of Transport and Infrastructure Senior Officials Committee and Ministers prior to formally adding any new projects onto the work program. Twelve business cases were identified in the NTC’s Work Program for 2014-15 to 2016-17, which was approved by the ministerial Transport and Infrastructure Council on 23 May 2014. These business cases will be developed to inform Ministerial discussions in November 2014 about the NTC’s future work program. They include:  Exploring the costs, benefits and opportunities in using electronic regulatory documentation (e.g. dangerous goods documents)  Identifying opportunities to improve heavy vehicle speed management under the Heavy Vehicle National Law, including penalties  Heavy Vehicle Driver Fatigue Data  Reviewing and updating the Load Restraint Guide  Enhancements to the National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme mass module  Steer axle mass review  Improved mainstreaming of innovative vehicle designs  Increasing allowed volume where mass is not the constraint  Allowances for heavier and longer trains  Application of bridge assessment processes  Risk based approach for Heavy Vehicle Access to broader networks  Develop consistent standards and operating arrangements for tri-axle dollies (previously NHVR led project) As an interim step, NTC have developed 12 draft project briefs for consultation. NTC are keen to engage our industry stakeholders early in this process to ensure the high quality business cases and advice for the Ministerial meeting in November 2014. As such, NTC would like to now invite your input and feedback on any of the twelve draft project briefs relevant to your organisations’ operations. Should you identify any other potential candidate reforms at any time outside of our structured strategic planning consultation process, please contact NTC direct. If you wish to provide any feedback on the attached draft project briefs and/or nominate any of your staff to be involved with the development of the business cases, please do so Monday 23 June 2014. Brook Hall | A/Manager, Strategy, Monitoring and Review | National Transport Commission Level 15/628 Bourke Street | Melbourne VIC 3000 T: (03) 9236 5051 | F: (03) 9642 8922 | E: bhall@ntc.gov.au


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IPART IDENTIFIES $300M POTENTIAL SAVINGS FROM REDUCING RED TAPE FROM LICENSING AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT Draft proposals include changes to occupational, transport and environmental licences, and touch almost area of council operations. The Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) has released draft reports identifying around $300 million of potential savings for business and the community by reducing red tape. IPART Chairman Dr Peter Boxall said the potential savings have been identified in the draft reports on IPART’s reviews of Reforming Licensing in NSW and Local Government Compliance and Enforcement. Consultation on both reports will begin immediately with submissions due by 4 July 2014. “Inefficiencies, inconsistencies and duplication in both the design and administration of licences required by the State Government and local government compliance and enforcement activities are costing NSW residents and businesses hundreds of millions of dollars each year,” Dr Boxall said. “We are recommending major changes to some of the 776 different types of NSW Government licences and broad changes to reduce regulatory and enforcement costs across the 121 regulatory functions and 309 separate regulatory roles created under the 67 State Acts that councils enforce across NSW.” Dr Boxall said the NSW Government has already adopted IPART’s recommendations to introduce 10-year drivers’ licences and increase validity of a light vehicle safety inspection report (a “pink slip”) from 6 weeks to 6 months, so motorists can have the inspection done when their vehicles are serviced. “If all of the recommendations contained in these draft reports were adopted, they would deliver 40% of the NSW Government’s target to reduce red tape costs by $750 million by June 2015, with the benefits shared by business, the community and government,” Dr Boxall said. “The net combined benefits of these draft proposals would be between $329 million and $350 million to NSW each year, with red tape savings to business and the community of between $295 million and $308 million, local council savings of more than $42 million and savings to the NSW Government of about $1 million per year. “The potential savings we’ve identified are significant and so are the implications for the way both state and local government operate.” IPART’s Draft Report on Reforming Licensing in NSW recommends reforms of priority licences among the 269 licence types identified as significant. These licences represent 95% of all licences by volume and 99% by revenue, impacting the largest number of businesses and individuals (eg, vehicle registrations, driver’s licences, home building licences and fishing licences). The report also identifies a number of other reform opportunities based on the public consultation process. The Draft Report on Local Government Compliance and Enforcement identifies ways to both cut existing red tape by $178 million per year and prevent the imposition of $48 million in new red tape costs per year in NSW. IPART is seeking stakeholder feedback on the recommendations in the Draft Report on Reforming Licensing in NSW and any other licences which have potential for reform. Feedback is also being sought on the draft recommendations for the Local Government Compliance and Enforcement Review, before the final recommendations are presented to the NSW Government for consideration in September 2014. The Draft Reports, along with further information on IPART’s reviews, are available at IPART’s website <http://www.ipart.nsw.gov.au>. Submissions on the Draft Reports will be accepted until 4 July 2014. IPART’s Final Reports for both reviews are due to the NSW Government in September 2014.


Zurich research finds cyber risks have potential to threaten the Australian automotive and transport industry sectors The Australian transport and automotive industry sectors could be exposed to a number of previously neglected risks as a result of an increasing reliance on internet connected infrastructure, reveals new research published by Zurich. Produced in collaboration with international think tank the Atlantic Council, a recently published report: Beyond Data Breaches: Global Interconnections of Cyber Risk looks at how rapidly evolving and far reaching advances in technology are making the true cost of such a disaster largely unknowable, even to experts. The recent Heartbleed data security scare has shown that even those who were previously thought to have strong security might be vulnerable if they are not vigilant. Heartbleed is a security vulnerability in OpenSSL, a popular, open-source protocol which encrypts vast portions of the web and is used to protect usernames, passwords and sensitive information. The report identifies seven categories of cyber risk, ranging from internal IT malfunctions and illegal entry by criminals to wide scale external shocks to internet infrastructure that can be felt on a global scale. Earlier this year, Data Breach Today also revealed that the rate of institutional data breaches are on the rise and pose a serious risk to businesses. In fact, 2013 was the worst year for theft of private data so far with 740 million data files potentially viewed or stolen worldwide. As the heavy manufacturing industry becomes increasingly reliant on interconnected communications technologies, Zurich’s Senior Risk Engineer, Mervyn Rea says the very real risk of a cyber violation should not be overlooked. “The loss of secured data could severely impact the transportation and automotive service sectors. Companies could face severe liabilities for security breaches that lose customer or employee data or valuable intellectual property that needs to be kept secret to maintain competitiveness.” “Current cyber risk management predominately focuses on an organisation’s internal servers and firewalls. Counterparties, outsourcing or contractual partners and supply chains all have access and the ability to cause major disruptions that could have a catastrophic result,” he warns. Mervyn says Zurich is seeing an increasing reliance on technology in the transport sector. Everything from dispatch, consignment of goods and recording of working hours is being collected, uploaded, documented and monitored in realtime with technology, along with a rise in the use of Telematics which has led to better productivity, fleet utilisation, track and trace, fuel efficiency, maintenance management and driver safety. However, all this data could be vulnerable to cyber attack and means additional safeguards must be taken to avoid fraudulent or unintentional loss of critical data. “Losing vital data for truck and goods movements, driver hours and engine diagnostics has the potential to cause anything from minor disruptions to major incidents and can create significant reputational concerns with the customers of haulage companies.” “We are also seeing an increase in the reliance on technology from the manufacturing and service sectors on transport. As more customers look to purchase their goods online and have them delivered to their doors, real time track and trace technology is fundamental to both the customer and the supplier. If a business was to lose that data through a cyber attack the fall out could affect future business and be damaging to the brand and reputation of the transportation part of the delivery cycle,” says Mervyn. Head of Motor, Khoder Chehadesays the impact of a cyber attack can have wide-reaching ramifications in the Australian automotive industry. “One example is the disruption to the supply of parts by manufacturers to the repair and vehicle maintenance industry following a collapse in IT infrastructure. The business interruption to those customers and potential risk of losing customers to competing manufacturers as a result will be hard felt in an already extremely competitive market, not only to their reputation but bottom line. It’s important for automotive businesses to build resilience and the ability to bounce back from disruptions to make them as short and limited as possible.” Khoder adds that when it comes to cyber safety, the transportation and automotive industries have a number of key recommendations to consider. “Don’t be afraid to embrace technology, but carefully manage the risk and improve basic cyber security. Risk management planning should look beyond the four walls of the business and extend to include external counterparties.” A full copy of the report can be downloaded at www.zurich.com


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