Chain of Responsibility

Welcome to Chain of Responsibility Training..

When you've finished taking this short course, you will:

Have fun!

Overview of Chain of Responsibility

Course Topics

This course will cover a range of topics, including:


  1. Introduction, Legislation and Key Roles

  2. Load Restraint

  3. Mass and Dimensions

  4. Fatigue

  5. Speed and Maintenance

  6. Hazards and Incidents


What is Chain of Responsibility (CoR)

The bottom line.

The Chain of Responsibility is a concept used to place legal obligations on all parties in the transport supply chain, from buyer to driver.

Over the years...

Our story began more than 30 years ago. We teamed up with KKD Trust in the early 90s, and following the merger of the two companies in the early 2000s, we won a number of prestigious awards for the pioneering work we'd done—and that we continue to do to this day.

Introduction, Legislation and Key Roles

Over the years...

Our story began more than 30 years ago. We teamed up with KKD Trust in the early 90s, and following the merger of the two companies in the early 2000s, we won a number of prestigious awards for the pioneering work we'd done—and that we continue to do to this day.

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Who is who?

James Senior (Founder)

When James and Arnold teamed up, they decided they would have, not an open-door policy, but a NO-DOOR policy. James says that communication's a two-way street. "Got any concerns? Stop by! Ideas for improving any aspect of the business? Stop by! Just want to shoot the breeze? You guessed it: STOP BY!" 

Arnold Ger (Co-Founder)

Arnold, founder and CEO of KKD Trust, shares James love of openness and transparency—so the merger was a perfect fit! Arnold's also got a big thing for corporate social responsibility: "You might say CSR's my middle name. For Studio, CSR's not just an option—it's the way to do business."

Elon Good (Chief Financial Officer)

Elon's the one who follows the money for Studio. He confesses to running a tight ship, but as he like to say: "It's not about the money, money—it's all about the people." That's why everyone loves him!

Elizabeth Eynon (Head of Human Resources)

Elizabeth's actual job title is "Head People Person": Her specialty? "I just love putting myself in other people's shoes. It's something I'd recommend to anyone." You might say that, when it comes to empathy others, she walks the talk!

Logan Jackman (Chief Technology Officer)

Logan is behind the technology that's behind Studio's ground-breaking process-automation software. He may look like he has recently quit a boy band, but as he says himself, appearances can be deceptive: "Warm and fuzzy outside—nerdy as they come inside." Oh, and did we mention? He's also passionate about leveraging technology to make people's lives easier. 

Emma Sharma (Chief of Design)

Emma owns the design of the entire product suite. She manages no fewer than 12 design teams. Count them—12! And still she finds time to roll up her sleeves and get stuck into UXD prototyping-slash-brainstorming sessions with her teams in the sprawling design space. "It's like Brecht said: I love production, because you never know what's going to come out in the end." Well we know: whizz-bang next-gen products!

Know our clients

Our client list (actually, a tiny sampling)

These are just a few of our clients. The full list reads like the Who's Who of Process Automation. And still, we're growing—because what counts for us is not just getting the client, but growing the relationship with them. That's our secret sauce, and the reason our clients stick with us. 

Employee stories

Kobe Shade

Trainer, software engineer

Kobe is a super-talented software professional who never goes less than the extra mile to get the job done—whether on his own projects or for something one of his mentees is working on. We quickly spotted Ron's keen eye for leveraging technology for social good, we recently asked him to head up a school-to-work transition project in a school we've adopted as part of our Adopt-a-School Program—so in addition to his mentoring at Studio, he also helps younger mentees get on the right track, whatever that turns out to be. He's been doing so well that we've suggested he work remotely two days a week. That way, he can strike a balance between his on-site work and the transition project.

Keanu Wick

Poet, architect and technology geek

Keanu brings a rare combination of intellectual prowess and a real feel for the business. He's one of those rare gems who knows how to wave a magic wand to press a faulty bit of hardware back into service. Studio knew it was onto something when it recruited her directly from University College Cork in Ireland—before the ink on his first master's degree was dry. First? That's right. "Studio has sponsored my second master's—this time in artificial intelligence. I suggested developing a new machine-learning algorithm to predict customer segments and preferences—and they said yes! Exciting times ahead, with the first release just around the corner!"

Frances Billboards 

Writer, dreamer, runner, designer, activist

Frances has been with Studio for the last 10 years, and has grown exponentially: having started out as a technical writer, she's now our resident Best Practices Evangelist and Product Design Guru. Thanks to our cross-functional employee-transfer program, Frances has had—and taken—a number of opportunities to upskill herself, delving along the way into a wide range of portfolios, making remarkable contributions in CRM, and helping incubate whole new product lines. And as if all that weren't enough, Frances also runs Studio Women in Technology Program, which is all about empowering women through the reach of technology, both inside and outside Studio. A keen marathoner, she recently finished the Honolulu Marathon with a PB of 3:20. "I'm all about pushing back boundaries—whether that's my PB, or barriers to women's having the place we deserve at the table."