Consultation closed Sunday 31 May 2020.
Why we’re consulting
The purpose of this consultation is to seek comment on the Livestock Supply Chain Review Issues Paper, Improving awareness and practices in the livestock supply chain, to assist in the development of recommendations to improve safety and/or productivity outcomes across the livestock supply chain.
What is it?
The purpose of the Livestock Supply Chain Review is to identify the relationship, influences, understanding and capabilities of the parties who impact the safety and productivity of livestock supply chain road transport movements, with a view to ensuring certainty, process and risk mitigation strategies around mass management regulatory compliance obligations.
The NHVR has developed the issues paper in consultation with industry through individual meetings, phone calls and attendance at prominent industry events. Additionally, we have interviewed livestock transport drivers at saleyards to identify challenges and opportunities to address mass management issues.
However, we are aware that this issues paper does not provide a complete overview of all the opinions of, and strategies, policies and procedures employed by, the livestock supply chain. We want to provide everyone involved in the supply chain with the opportunity to have their say on what’s working well, what’s not working, and what could be changed to improve safety and productivity outcomes.
Making a submission
We invite stakeholders in the livestock supply chain to submit responses to the questions included in Section 7 of the issues paper and/or offer other feedback to assist in the development of recommendations to improve safety and/or productivity outcomes across the livestock supply chain.
Submissions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to:
National Heavy Vehicle Regulator
Public submission – Livestock Supply Chain Review
PO Box 492
Publication of Submissions
Unless clearly marked ‘IN CONFIDENCE’, submissions received will be made public on this page. NHVR will consider all submissions, whether published or not.
NHVR reserves the right to edit or redact part or all of a submission, or withhold a submission from publication on any grounds, including but not limited to, offensive language, potentially defamatory material or copyright infringing material.