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What Causes Collisions & How can Fleets Prevent Them? Experts Explain

Share on linkedin Share on google Share on facebook Share on twitter According to the Heavy Vehicle National Laws (National Safety Council), a preventable accident is defined as "an occurrence involving an employer-owned or leased vehicle that results in an accident in which the driver in question fails to take all reasonable precautions to avoid it." The

Eifers Pty Ltd | NHVR Issues Enforceable Undertaking

Over the many years of operation at MAEZ we are continually staggered to find a lack of Mass control at varying types of business. What is interesting is that businesses that drive revenue from Mass related products, for example, Iron Ore, tend to be very specific with its Mass control, where others are not.

How Do Heavy Vehicle Operators Get Accreditation For Their Safety & Compliance?

Share on linkedin Share on google Share on facebook Share on twitter The National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Program (NHVAS), which is controlled by state and territory road transport agencies, was first offered to industry in 1999 as an alternative compliance scheme. It has since evolved into an official national mechanism for recognising operators who have

Penalties for Breaches of Heavy Vehicle National Law

Share on linkedin Share on google Share on facebook Share on twitter HVNL is an acronym term used to refer to the Heavy Vehicle National Law, which defines the minimum standards surrounding a logistics network and the penalties for those responsible for safety on the road.As per the announcement of the Heavy Vehicle National Law

The Definitive Guide To Chain Of Responsibility (COR)

Share on linkedin Share on google Share on facebook Share on twitter The changes in the chain of responsibility laws under Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) were incorporated on 1st October 2018. These laws were aligned with workplace health and safety laws. The recent changes to the Chain of Responsibility (CoR) under the National Heavy

Electronic Work Diary

Share on linkedin Share on google Share on facebook Share on twitter Heavy vehicle drivers must record their working hours, rest hours, and transportation data to synchronise and make work data trackable.Earlier, drivers would maintain a written diary and record their data, which was time-consuming, prone to errors, and often became hectic and challenging.But now,

Fleet Management

Share on linkedin Share on google Share on facebook Share on twitter How Chain of Responsibility Affects Your Fleet Management Freight transport powers the Australian economy. It not only provides goods for thousands of people daily but also provides job opportunities to many others. But it’s also one of the riskiest professions to be in,