Chain of Responsibility – reasonable steps for customs brokers (3 CPD points - Stream B - FTA057)
This course is suitable for customs brokers, importers and executive managers.
Maurice Lynch and Frazer Hunt (Mills Oakley) delivered this presentation in Sydney on 10 April 2018 addressing the Chain of Responsibility obligations on customs brokers.
Duration 60 minutes
An optional assessment is available with multiple choice questions. Students must attain an 80% pass mark to qualify for customs broker CPD points. An online certificate can be downloaded on completion. An attainment record of all completed CPD/CBC is available in "My Accounts". Results will also be recorded and maintained on ComplianceNetFTA.
EXCLUSIVE TO FTA MEMBERS $38.50
- Chain of Responsibility – reasonable steps for customs brokers (3 CPD points - Stream B - FTA057)
In the NHVR’s guidance materials, consignors are treated as the party who requests “an operator of the heavy transport vehicle (directly, indirectly or through their representative) to transport the goods by road”. Customs brokers regularly contract carriers to collect containers from the wharf and deliver to customers. Even if customs brokers are not engaged contractually with a carrier, they will alert the carrier that there will be a container to be collected and delivered and then pass a delivery order from a shipping line. This session will assist you in understand the reasonable steps that a customs broker should take under the new laws.
Contact ComplianceNet - Freight & Trade Alliance Training Support on 02 9975 1878 or czalai@FTAlliance.com.au for help with enrolment.