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All online NHVA applications through the NHVR Portal

On Friday 24 January 2020 the NHVR website submission will be removed and all online applications must go through the NHVR Portal

From Monday 2 December 2019 operators have been able to submit NHVAS applications online through the NHVR Portal. To help people transition into the Portal, the regulator  kept the old NHVR website submission platform available for online applications with a note that it would soon be removed.

On Friday 24 January 2020 the NHVR website submission will be removed and all online applications must then go through the NHVR Portal.

The NHVR Portal allows you to not only to submit an application, but manage all your NHVAS records. If you haven't made the switch yet, please use the information below to get started.

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Delay to commencement of the Road Vehicle Standards Legislation

Originally scheduled for 10 December 2019, it is agreed more time is needed to fully understand the end-to-end process under the new regulatory structure.

Following strong lobbying by CVIAA and CVIAV, along with other industry stakeholders, the government has decided to push back the commencement date of the Road Vehicle Standards (RVS) legislation.

Originally scheduled for 10 December 2019, it is agreed more time is needed to fully understand the end-to-end process under the new regulatory structure.  This additional time will also allow industry and governments the chance to properly consider, plan and prepare for a smooth implementation.

The revised implementation date is currently unknown as the amended legislation needs to pass both houses of Parliament.  It is expected to be introduced to Parliament later this week.  The government will then seek to set a new commencement date in consultation with all relevant industry sectors.

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Heavy Vehicle Access in Queensland

Heavy vehicle access in Queensland during emergency conditions

A Flood Recovery Road Access Group (FRRAG) has been established by Transport and Main Roads and Queensland Police to manage emergency and disaster heavy vehicle access under the provision of the Heavy Vehicle National Law.

A dedicated hotline and email address is operating to provide help, information and emergency access to freight consignors and heavy vehicle transport operators travelling in the affected areas.

The FRRAG hotline number is 1300 105 647

Sunday, February 3, 2019

NHVR Registration Checker App

The NHVR Registration Checker app enables a quick and easy check of the registration status of any heavy vehicle registered in Australia (with the exception of vehicles registered in the Northern Territory).

Thursday, November 22, 2018

Heavy Vehicle Training 12 - 14 November

Certification, Engineering & Modifications

Members are invited to attend heavy vehicle training jointly delivered by VACC’s Commercial Vehicle Industry Association Victoria (CVIAV), the Commercial Vehicle Industry Association of Australia (CVIAA) and the Australian Road Transport Suppliers Association (ARTSA).

The course will cover: certification, engineering and modifications over a three day program - with a focus on heavy truck and trailer safety, and mechanical performance.

The training will be led by Dr Peter Hart, with assistance from a number of specialist from across the certification, engineering and modification fields.  Peter is an electrical engineer with close to 20 years’ experience as a forensic examiner and expert witness.  He is an Agent in the Road Vehicle Certification System and a VicRoads engineering signatory.

 

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Heavy Vehicle Training 12 - 14 November

Certification, Engineering & Modifications

Members are invited to attend heavy vehicle training jointly delivered by VACC’s Commercial Vehicle Industry Association Victoria (CVIAV), the Commercial Vehicle Industry Association of Australia (CVIAA) and the Australian Road Transport Suppliers Association (ARTSA).

The course will cover: certification, engineering and modifications over a three day program - with a focus on heavy truck and trailer safety, and mechanical performance.

The training will be led by Dr Peter Hart, with assistance from a number of specialist from across the certification, engineering and modification fields.  Peter is an electrical engineer with close to 20 years’ experience as a forensic examiner and expert witness.  He is an Agent in the Road Vehicle Certification System and a VicRoads engineering signatory.
 

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Chain of Responsibility law came into effect 1 October 2018

Chain of Responsibilty legislation is now in effect as of 1 October 2018. 

It is important your business is prepared and understands its legal responsiblity regarding its place in the chain. 

The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator has extensive resources available on their website, which members should consult for up to date information and guidance 

https://www.nhvr.gov.au/safety-accreditation-compliance/chain-of-responsibility 

Should you have any questions, call the CVIAA secretariat on 03 9829 1111.  

Sunday, September 30, 2018
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