Compliance and Enforcement (C&E) legislation (also known as “Chain of Responsibility”) requires that appropriate load restraint equipment and training are provided and that loads are correctly restrained to the “g” forces specified by law.

Under C & E legislation, all parties in the supply chain have responsibility. Contrary to popular belief there is often a greater chance of losing a load when braking at low speed as it is easier for the brakes to grab or cornering at low speed (especially roundabouts) which can generate
high “g” forces.

Most load restraint incidents occur at 40-60 Km/hr in city areas and only after a short distance