Corporate documents

Annual Report

Our annual report provides a summary of the corporate performance of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) during the 2018/19 financial year. The report outlines our operational performance against the objectives and National Performance Measures set out in our Corporate Plan 2018-2021.

Previous annual reports

Corporate Plan

Our corporate plan outlines our key objectives and strategies over the next three years, focused on providing leadership to, and working collaboratively with, industry and partner agencies to drive sustainable improvements to safety, productivity and efficiency outcomes across the Australian heavy vehicle road transport sector.

Previous Corporate Plans


This document is intended to assist anyone who would like to understand common terms used in the heavy vehicle industry. The terms and definitions provide a single common reference point.

Terms used in this glossary do not supersede or replace those in the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) but are meant to help users develop a common understanding of terminology particular to the heavy vehicle industry.

Quarterly Snapshots

Provides a snapshot of the NHVR's performance over a three-month period.

Previous Quarterly Snapshots


Setting the Agenda

This document contains three core, interlinked strategies the NHVR has developed to provide leadership and drive sustainable improvements to safety, productivity and efficiency outcomes across the heavy vehicle industry:

  1. National Heavy Vehicle Safety Strategy
  2. National Heavy Vehicle Compliance and Assurance Strategy
  3. National Heavy Vehicle Productivity Strategy

These three strategies underpin the Strategic Directions 2016 document which outlines the NHVR’s strategic priorities for the next 10 years.

Strategic Directions

This document articulates our long term vision for the regulation of the heavy vehicle industry in this country, identifies the key challenges, and outlines the strategies we propose to achieve our aims in the coming years. It has two purposes:

  1. To signal to industry, regulatory partners and other stakeholders, what our major regulatory challenges are and the actions we will take to address them.
  2. To give direction, focus and guidance to our organisation in performing our current and future activities.