NHVAS applications and forms

Online applications

All online NHVAS applications must be submitted through the NHVR Portal for:

  • NHVAS accreditation
  • NHVAS audit related
  • Interception books, replacement labels and vehicle list.

Applications through the Portal use online forms and do not require having to complete any PDF forms.

We recommend you download and read the relevant guide for the accreditation module/s you are interested in, before submitting an application.

The benefits for submitting your NHVAS applications through the Portal include:

  • managing your account information
  • reviewing your application status
  • reviewing you accreditation status
  • reviewing driver and vehicle lists
  • paying for your application
  • viewing payment history
  • tracking audit associated responsibilities.

It is an offence to fail to display and maintain National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme labels on heavy vehicles under the Maintenance Management Accreditation scheme and the Mass Management Accreditation scheme.

Other applications

The following applications are unavailable in the Portal and need to be completed and submitted by email, post or fax:

Email, post and fax applications

If you are submitting your application by email, fax or post, please ensure you have completed the "payment details" section on the application form (where relevant).

Completed forms can be submitted via:

Email: forms@nhvr.gov.au

Fax: 1300 736 798

Post:
Accreditation
National Heavy Vehicle Regulator
PO Box 492
Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

Note: Please use the latest version of Adobe Reader when opening and completing an NHVAS application form. You can get the latest version of Adobe Reader free from http://get.adobe.com/reader. All forms should be saved to your computer before opening and completing, to avoid any web browser issues.

NHVAS accreditation forms

NHVAS general forms

Compliance audit notification (CAN) form

NHVAS auditor forms

RTO application form

Additional forms and templates that may be required to support an NHVAS application