Heavy Haulage Load Restraint Course
- Explain the law and the NTC Guidelines In Depth
- Explain the theory behind the ‘Static Rollover Threshold’ and how it applies to top heavy loads
- Learn how tie down and direct restraints perform in accidents
- How to apply tie down methods to some common load types (including; AN Prill Bulk Bags, Gearbox, Motors and Pulleys, Concrete Sleepers and Rail Line, Drill Rods/Casing and Pre-fabricated structures)
- How to apply direct restraint methods to common load types (including; Mobile Plant and Earthmoving Equipment and Oversize and Overmass Loads)
- Learnings from full scale load restraint testing. How does the theory apply in practice?
Who Should Attend?
- Logistics Management Professionals
- Insurance and Risk Professionals
- Regional and Branch Managers responsible for road transport
- Fleet Owners and Experienced Drivers
- Consignors/recievers, especially those with high risk freight
- Project managers seeking to understand transport risks early in planning phases
- Safety Professionals
- Load Restraint - Learn about the performance standards from Specialist Engineers
- Trailer Stability (SRT)
- Mass and Dimension
- Learnings from Past Incidents
Stop the confusion! Get the facts and practical advice from the experts!
Tuesday 20 March 2019
The PresenterPaul Dore
Paul is Engistics Perth based mechanical engineer. He is originally from a farming background in North Queensland and has spent time in the Australian Defense Force. Paul has worked and taught on load restraint and truck rollovers across WA's North West, Mid West, Goldfields and South West. He has also delivered load restraint courses across Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands.
Paul has developed and delivered in-house training for WA's Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) and Main Roads Department (MRWA).