Safety, accreditation & compliance
Under COR laws if you exercise (or have the capability of exercising) control or influence over any transport task, you are part of the supply chain and therefore have a responsibility to ensure the HVNL is complied with.
Driver fatigue or drowsy driving is an important safety hazard for the road transport industry. Fatigue laws apply to fatigue-regulated heavy vehicles.
The HVCRL is a confidential telephone service for participants in the supply chain to report operational safety issues relating to heavy vehicle transport activities.
Establishes standards and procedures for parties in the chain of responsibility to identify, analyse, evaluate and mitigate risks associated with meeting obligations under the HVNL.
The NHVAS is a formal process for recognising operators who have robust safety and other management systems in place.
The National Compliance Information System is a national set of heavy vehicle-related compliance and monitoring data captured using state and territory cameras and monitoring systems.
Heavy vehicle drivers and operators benefit from a greater level of consistency in on-road compliance and enforcement outcomes under the HVNL.
Series of alerts and bulletins addressing a wide range of matters for industry to consider.
Each party in the chain must ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, that transport activities relating to the vehicle are conducted safely.
The NHVR delivers a comprehensive range of services (including the regulation of heavy vehicle standards and modifications) under a consistent regulatory framework.