Compliance

TAPA (Transported Asset Protection Association) Approved

TAPA is an internationally recognized leader to set the standards in the transportation of high value freight/cargo and the fight against cargo crime. TAPA AMERICAS represents one of three primary branches of TAPA worldwide — the other two being TAPA EMEA (Europe and Africa) and TAPA APAC (Asia/Pacific).¬†They have developed worldwide Freight Security Requirements (FSR) standard that is designed to ensure the safe and secure storage and transit of any TAPA member’s assets worldwide.

 

Yellow Jersey Logistics is TAPA approved.

Yellow Jersey Logistics is proud to announce that we are one of few TAPA approved Transportation companies in South Africa.

SQAS (Safety & Quality Assessment for Sustainability) Approved

SQAS (Safety & Quality Assessment for Sustainability) is a system of uniform third party assessments to evaluate the performance of Logistics Service Providers and Chemical Distributors. SQAS assessments cover quality, safety, security, environment and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility). SQAS is not a certification system; it is an assessment system that provides a detailed factual assessment report. The SQAS assessment reports allow chemical companies to evaluate their logistics service providers according to their own standards and requirements. SQAS is a key element of Responsible Care in logistics operations. Cefic, the European Chemical Industry Council, manages the SQAS system and ensures its integrity.

Yellow Jersey Logistics is approved by Sasol as a SQAS service provider.

Height Compliance

Yellow Jersey Logistics is Compliant with the new height restrictions on High Cube Containers

Yellow Jersey Logistics is compliant and ready for new Regulation 224 of the National Road Traffic Act regarding the maximum high cube height restriction of 4.3m.

Height restriction regulations for international organisation for standardisation approved shipping containers was announced on 22 September 2011 in notice R776 of Government Gazette 34621.

Restrictions on the overall height of a vehicle and its load are determined by regulation 224(b) of national road traffic regulations published in 2000 under National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996.

The regulation prohibits the use of public roads by any vehicle and load (except a double-deck bus) exceeding 4.3m in height.

Training Centre

 Yellow Jersey Logistics has an Onsite training centre, providing:

TETA accredited assessor and moderator

Assistance for the implementation of Skills Development

TETA accredited professional driver training

For the piloting of advanced machinery

Annual Dangerous Goods Training

Including vehicle stability and Fire Fighting

Awareness and emergency procedures

Prepare to avoid and deal with a potentially life threatening situation

Refresher courses

Repeat courses to keep drivers up to date and sharp

Driver Induction

New Policies and Procedures