National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme
The NHVAS is a formal process for recognising operators who have robust safety and other management systems in place.
Heavy vehicle operators can apply for accreditation under four NHVAS accreditation modules.
The Active Vehicle Module (AVM) search allows you to check in real time if a vehicle is currently nominated in the Mass and/or Maintenance modules of the NHVAS.
Heavy vehicle operators can apply for accreditation under the following NHVAS modules: Mass Management, Maintenance Management, Basic Fatigue Management and Advanced Fatigue Management (AFM).
Under the NHVAS Business Rules and Standards and Independent Audit Framework, all audits are to be conducted by an approved independent auditor.
The NHVAS Business Rules and Standards and Advanced Fatigue Management Business Rules outline the requirements for entry to and participation in the NHVAS.
Information on transferring NHVAS vehicles and certificate of inspection requirements.
The NHVAS Business Rules and Advanced Fatigue Management Business Rules outline the requirements for entry and participation in the NHVAS.
The NHVR provides regular email updates to NHVAS operators and auditors.
List of NHVAS accreditation fees.
Information about NHVAS interception books and accreditation labels, including how to order them.
This page contains the list of NHVAS Approved Auditors who can audit an NHVAS management system on behalf of the NHVR.
Lists of RTOs that have been approved by the NHVR to deliver and assess fatigue management courses TLIF0005 and TLIF0006 for NHVAS accreditation purposes.
The NHVR undertook a review of the NHVAS as part of the National Heavy Vehicle Roadworthiness Program
The NHVAS imposes strict timeframes on scheme members in relation to lodgement of audits and renewal of applications. These timeframes are used to monitor operator compliance.
Outline of the steps to take to leave the NHVAS, including your exit requirements.
Frequently asked questions about the National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme.