The AP Scheme accredits modifications that have been completed to an acceptable standard under the Act. An Approved Person is required to have the formal qualifications, professional memberships, experience and necessary equipment as determined by the Department of Transport to be accredited to certify modifications on:
- Heavy vehicles more than 4.5 tonne GVM/ATM
NEBCOH can issue a number of modification codes for compliance with Heavy Vehicle National Law for:
- Engine A Code: A1-A2-A3-A4-A5
- Transmission B Code: B1
- Tailshaft C Code: C1
- Rear Axle D Code: D1-D2
- Front Axle E Code: E1
- Suspension F Code: F1-F2
- Chassis Frame H Code: H1-H2-H3-H4-H5-H6
- Body Mounting J Code: J1
- Cabin K Code: K1-K3-K4-K5-K6
- Fuel Systems M Code: M1
- Tow Couplings P Code: P1-P2
Approved Persons Business Rules for Vehicle Modifications
Conditions of Inspection to Heavy Vehicles
NEBCOH can assist your organization by completing a systems audit as required under the NHVAS standards. The process required is systems implementation, audit and and entry in to the accreditaion scheme. This can be achieved for:
- Maintenance Managment
- Mass Managment
- Basic Fatigue Managment
- Advanced Fatigue Managment
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OHS Systems -AS4801-Workcover systems
OHS systems can assist in reducing Workcover premiums.
Managing risks is an important role of modern managment. Hazards that exist in the workplace should be identified, assessed and controlled. Other issues can be covered such as:
- OHS planning and administartion
- OHS policy
- OHS system
- Performance measures
- System monitoring
This is for the purpose of The Work Health and Safety Act, 2011 which imposes a specific duty on officers of corporations to comply with their legal obligations. NEBCOH can assist in using AS4801 as an audit tool to give an independent evaluation of your OHS management system. This auditing and audit report will assist any organization meet its legal obligation under the WHS act 2011 and assist the business in improving its core processes.
The download below is a Workcover matrix designed for a robust safety system that will assist a business minimize its insurance liability.
NEBCOH can assist with the implementation of this system, drive this system and educate staff about this sytem.
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Legal safety requirements for a business to comply with.
NEBCOH is registered under the NHVR to provide PBS certification. This can be conducted under the presribed standards and reporting mechanisms to meet statutory obligations that are required under the Performance Based Standards.
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NEBCOH can provide WA HVA services so that your business can run smoothly in the west. WA HVA is a complusory requiremnt for heavy vehicles travelling to WA.
Accreditation services can be supplied in all regional areas of Australia.
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Dimension and Loading Management Module Audit Matrix
This module is now compulsory as of 1-1-2016 for WA HVA.
Chain of Responsibility
On 10 February 2014 the Heavy Vehicle National Law 2012 (HVNL) commenced, replacing existing laws governing the operation of all vehicles over 4.5 tonnes gross vehicle mass in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, the Australian Capital Territory and Tasmania.
The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) was established to administer the HVNL and is now the first point of contact for the majority of your heavy vehicle business.
About the Chain of Responsibility
Everyone in the supply chain – not just the driver or operator – shares the responsibility for ensuring breaches of road laws do not occur. In addition, corporate entities, directors, partners and managers are accountable for the actions of people under their control. This is the 'chain of responsibility'.
If you exercise (or have the capability of exercising) control or influence over any transport task, you are responsible for ensuring road transport laws are complied with.
Chain of responsibility is similar to the legal concept of ‘duty of care’ that underpins occupational health and safety law. Penalties and sanctions under road transport laws will range from formal warnings to court-imposed fines and penalties. Businesses trying to gain an unfair commercial advantage over competitors by compromising road safety standards can be held liable.
Legal liability applies to all parties for their actions or inactions. For specific queries about how chain of responsibility legislation applies to you, consult a solicitor or the Legal Aid organisation in your state or territory.
NEBCOH can provide audit services for a third party analysis of your organization's operation. This will underpin your organization's requirements for the five core elements (fatigue, speed, vehicle mass, vehicle dimension & load security) of Chain of Responsibility.
The aim of ISO 9001 is to prove that an organisation meets its own internal standards for quality, and that these in turn meet international standards.
It is based on eight quality management principles which provide a structured yet flexible framework for ensuring your processes consistently meet the needs of your customers. NEBCOH can provide audit services for this standard.
The checklist below (example) will assist in the process of ISO9001 analysis:
- Have you identified your core business processes and defined how they are operated and controlled?
- Do the core processes have measurements applied to them and are they regularly analysed?
- If you outsource work that could affect product or service quality, have you defined how this will be controlled?
- Do you have a documented Quality Policy and have you defined how it is reviewed?
- Are the Quality objectives defined in a way that can be measured?
- Do you have a Quality Manual that covers the requirements defined in the standard?
- Do you have procedures for the control of documents and records?
- Do you have evidence of management commitment to the quality system and is top management actively involved in continually improving system effectiveness through management reviews?
- Has management defined as part of the business strategy the activities that are critical to meeting customer requirements?
- Has a management representative been appointed with responsibility for the management system?
- Have you defined the frequency and method of carrying out management reviews of the system