Issue 92 | 28 July 2020The heavy vehicle industry is playing a vital role in both supporting the national economy and in efforts to reduce transmission of coronavirus.While wearing a mask is not compulsory in all cases when crossing state borders, the NHVR and trucking associations have joined together to highlight the benefits of all essential workers, including those involved in the freight task wearing masks.Even where it’s not compulsory, we believe it is an important way to reduce risk and reassure the community that the industry is leading the fight and doing the right thing.It’s vital that our industry continues to take a proactive approach to protecting ourselves and the community to help slow the spread of COVID-19.For up to date information on changes to operating conditions during the pandemic and the latest on border restrictions specific to the transport of freight and logistics, visit www.nhvr.gov.au/coronavirusSalHunter Region notice to slash permit numbersA new network has been established to support the movement of oversize over mass (OSOM) mining equipment across the Hunter Valley.The New South Wales Class 1 Load Carrying Combination (Hunter Region) Mass and Dimension Exemption Notice would reduce red tape and provide certainty for the local mining and freight industry.The Notice is the largest mass and dimension notice in the country, covering vehicles up to 184.5 tonnes for a combination up to 39.9 metres long, 5.9 metres wide and 5.2 metres high, travelling across the local government areas of Newcastle, Port Stephens, Singleton, Maitland, Upper Hunter and Warrumbungle.Click here for more informationShare the road tips for travelling caravanersCheck out the latest video tips that every caravan or RV driver should watch before hitting the road this winter and pass them on to your mates.The Whiteline Television videos, fronted by well-known truckie and safety advocate Rod Hannifey and entertainer Amelia Ryan, cover topics such as sharing truck stops and roadhouses or overtaking on a highway.The NHVR is calling on any driver who knows someone with a caravan to ‘Tell a mate’ to watch these videos.They feature some of Australia’s finest outback scenery, but Rod and Amelia’s tips are vitally important whether you are on an open highway, stopping for a break or setting up for the night.See the full announcement here.To view the Share the Road videos visit www.sharetheroad.net.auChanges to South Australian inspectionsSouth Australia’s requirement for Restricted Access Vehicles (RAV) to undergo an annual inspection, or to be in the National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme (NHVAS) will end on August 1.This aligns South Australia with other Australian jurisdictions and is expected to create efficiencies for RAVs travelling between States and Territories.Operators must continue to ensure their vehicle is roadworthy and there is still the requirement for an inspection at change of vehicle ownership.To continue to improve road safety and heavy vehicle roadworthiness compliance, additional options will be investigated in consultation with the NHVR and the South Australian Police.Additional information relating to heavy vehicles can be found at www.sa.gov.auNHVR partnership delivers livestock effluent disposal pointA new livestock effluent disposal pit at the Horsham Regional Livestock Exchange (HRLE) was opened earlier this month and is now available to all livestock transporters.The project was a joint initiative of the Australian Livestock and Rural Transporters Association (ALRTA) and Horsham Rural City Council and funded under the NHVR’s Heavy Vehicle Safety Initiative, supported by the Federal Government.The newly installed pit will provide allow transporters to dispose of accumulated livestock effluent either at the end of their journey to the saleyards, or on their way to deliver a consignment further afield.Read the joint announcement hereHow to nominate a local government road asset for assessmentThe NHVR is currently in the process of assessing important infrastructure assets, like bridges and culverts, as part of the Strategic Local Government Asset Assessment Program (SLGAAP). A better understanding of these assets on key local government heavy vehicle routes will improve heavy vehicle access and productivity across Australia.The pilot phase of the project, involving 12 councils, is underway and now we are calling on the industry to help us identify assets that would benefit from an assessment in future phases of the project. View the step by step guide to nominating an asset for assessmentRegister for the NHVR SLGAAP Engagement Hub to nominate an assetFreight border crossing updatesThe NHVR has been advised of a number of on-going changes for essential travellers, including anyone moving freight, when crossing state borders.These include:Tasmania. From 31 July 2020, an Essential Traveller who has spent time in a designated NSW hotspot or any part of Victoria in the 14 days prior to their arrival in Tasmania will be required to undertake a COVID-19 test on arrival at air and seaports. There will be medical and or nursing staff at the ports to conduct the testing.Western Australia. Anyone who has been in, or transited through Victoria or NSW within the previous 14 days will be required to take a COVID-19 test within 48 hours or arrival.Have you got another question about coronavirus changes?A lot may have changed across the heavy vehicle industry over the past few months, but safety still comes first.Check out the latest advice for heavy vehicle operators at www.nhvr.gov.au/coronavirusConnect with us on social media View this email onlineHaving troubles viewing this email? Please click here to view online.Get in touch1300 MYNHVR (1300 696 487)www.nhvr.gov.au Enjoying On The Road?Forward this email to share with a friend or click here to subscribe another address.
Issue 91 | 14 July 2020 Message from the CEOAt the time of writing, the escalating coronavirus situation in Victoria has demonstrated how quickly things can change.With significant quarantine requirements, lockdown rules and border changes now back in place, we are once again grappling with the effects of this pandemic on our country.Major changes for heavy vehicles include the need for operators to gain additional permits for cross-border movements, and for drivers to self-isolate in certain circumstances.We’re working closely with government to provide the most up-to-date information to industry, which you can find on our Coronavirus web page, Facebook and Twitter.As the landscape changes the health, safety and wellbeing of everyone in our industry remains our number one priority.Our Victorian staff are taking additional safety precautions including avoiding hotspot suburbs and utilising masks, gloves and hand sanitiser.Throughout this pandemic the heavy vehicle industry has demonstrated how critical they are to all of our lives, working around the clock to keep supermarket shelves stocked and moving health and hygiene supplies across the country.As the situation evolves, the NHVR is working hard to support a safe and productive industry for everyone, more important now than ever.SalBorder changes and Crossroads Hotel alertOn July 12, the NHVR was advised of a major developing COVID threat for anyone who has visited Casula in New South Wales between the 3rd and 10th July and in particular the Crossroads Hotel.NSW Health is urging anyone who attended the Crossroads Hotel at Casula between Friday 3 July and Friday 10 July to:immediately self-isolate until 14 days after they were last thereattend a clinic for testing even if they have no symptomswatch for symptoms and get retested should any respiratory symptoms occureven if you get a negative test stay in isolation for 14 days.For a comprehensive list of border pass requirements please visit: https://www.nhvr.gov.au/about-us/coronavirus-response.Work diary availability in VictoriaWith the return of Stage 3 restrictions in Melbourne, the NHVR recommends that drivers purchase work diaries in regional Victoria where possible.We have confirmed with VicRoads that regional centres are operating as usual to obtain work diaries. Metropolitan centres are offering counter services but not licensing at this stage.Please be aware that there may be delays in metropolitan centres as there are limitations on the number of people physically allowed in each centre at a time.Victoria is actively discouraging drivers from crossing into metropolitan areas, so customer service centres are likewise discouraging regional travellers from visiting metropolitan centres.Drivers are permitted to use supplementary work diaries for up to seven business days and can report this through the NHVR contact page.Heavy vehicle access in an emergency – new fact sheetThe NHVR has a new fact sheet which outlines heavy vehicle access requirements in an emergency.In an emergency, the NHVR may issue an approval for heavy vehicle road access, as long as the exemption won’t create an unreasonable danger to life or property.An emergency could be something like a natural disaster, flood or fire and heavy vehicle access might be needed to protect life or property or to reconnect critical utilities.In order to obtain the required emergency exemption, please contact the NHVR by calling 1300 696 487.Find the fact sheet hereTwo-up reminderA reminder to all operators that when working under a two-up driving arrangement both drivers must be suitably qualified to perform the driving task being undertaken.This may include areas that are not related to work and rest such as having the correct licence and authorisations to drive the vehicle along its intended route, vehicle configuration, route/driving conditions and load.If you have any questions about two-up driving arrangements call 1300 696 487 or email email@example.com.Rear marker plates transition extendedThe NHVR has extended the timeframe for operators to transition to modern rear marker plates.NHVR Acting Director Peter Austin said the NHVR would allow industry to upgrade plates when they are next due for replacement, rather than prior to 31 December 2020.“As the original transitional deadline grows closer, we’re noticing that a large number of vehicles are still fitted with Class 2 plates.“The extension will allow operators more time to replace plates that are currently in good working order.“We appreciate the challenges facing industry at this time and this is another measure we have implemented to assist,” he said.The transition will allow older larger rear marker plates to be replaced with safer plates made from Class 400, Class 1A or UNECE Regulation 70 reflective materials.More information is available in Vehicle Standards Bulletin 12 – Rear Marking Plates and Vehicle Standard Guide 29— Rear Marking Plates and Do Not Overtake Turning Vehicle signs.Supplementary Work Diary Exemption notification to become permanent website featureThe supplementary record notification feature added to the NHVR website as a response to the coronavirus pandemic will be retained as a permanent feature.Principal Safety Assurance Advisor Andreas Blahous said the NHVR initially implemented the work diary supplementary record exemption from April 1 – 30 June.“The exemption allowed drivers 30 days instead of the usual seven to use supplementary records if they were unable to purchase a new work diary due to travel restrictions,” Mr Blahous said.“We saw more than 100 drivers take advantage of the exemption using the website, introducing some flexibility at a very stressful time.“While the maximum allowable time for supplementary records has reverted to seven days, we will be retaining the feature on the website allowing drivers to quickly and easily report that they are using a supplementary work diary.”To report use of a supplementary work diary head to the NHVR contact page and fill in the short form.Coronavirus UpdatesVisit NHVR's dedicated page for the latest updates related to COVID-19. https://www.nhvr.gov.au/about-us/coronavirus-responseConnect with us Connect with us and share your pictures from the road to be featured in our newsletter.Having troubles viewing this email? 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Issue 90 | 9 July 2020COVID-19 special updateThe renewed outbreak of coronavirus in Victoria has prompted significant changes to border requirements across Australia.We are working hard to collate and provide the most accurate, timely information and will endeavour to keep you informed as things evolve.We will be continuing to update our dedicated NHVR coronavirus page and our Facebook or Twitter with any changes.Border conditions as at 9 July 2020:Please note that individual states and territories are responsible for their own border processes and are the best sources of information for changes. Any application to cross a border is completed and submitted through the relevant state or territory and not through the NHVR.Australian Capital TerritoryIs a border pass required? Yes – if entering ACT from VictoriaFreight and logistics operators must apply for an exemption at least 48 hours (wherever possible) before your intended travel date.Transiting through the ACT for the purposes of freight is also an exempted purpose under the ACT Public Health Emergency Direction issued 8 July 2020.More information for the ACTNew South WalesIs a border pass required? Yes – if entering NSW from VictoriaIn most cases, people entering NSW from Victoria are required to have a current NSW border entry permit—this includes freight. Services NSW will receive and assess applications.There will be a new permit introduced this afternoon (9 July 2020) that will rectify the current issues with the NSW entry permit (including requiring a NSW address).In the meantime, Freight and Transport workers will still require the current critical services permit to enter NSW, but will not be held to account for any form of self-isolation - Apply for a COVID-19 NSW border entry permitGoing forward, the freight industry will be excused from requirements to self-isolate, providing your employer has a COVID-Safe plan in place.COVID-Safe plans and guidelines to assist the industry are also available to align with this additional permit – COVID-19 Safety PlanWatch our video on Guide to completing your NSW COVID-19 Safety PlanMore information for New South WalesNorthern TerritoryIs a border pass required? Yes – if entering Northern Territory from any other stateFrom 17 July 2020 if you have been in a coronavirus hotspot, which includes all of Victoria:Any previous exemption is revoked immediatelyYou cannot enter the Northern Territory and there are no exemptions being provided–including for freightAll other people travelling to the Northern Territory must complete the arrival border crossing application.Any person providing services for the transport or freight of goods and related logistics into, within or out of the Territory is an exempt person for the purposes of entering the Northern Territory.These people must submit an application and have a letter signed by the Chief Health Officer (or their delegate) outlining the conditions under which they can enter the NT and work.Truck drivers must practise social distancing measures for 14 days after arriving in the Territory. They may stay in their truck or a hotel if staying overnight.More information for the Northern TerritoryQueenslandIs a border pass required? Yes – if entering Queensland from any other stateFrom noon July 10 2020 visitors from Victoria will no longer be able to gain access or quarantine in Queensland, unless they are in an exempt category.All freight drivers, including those coming from Victoria, will require a border pass that must be renewed every seven days.There are no additional quarantine requirements, though drivers should practice social distancing and good hygiene.Apply for a Queensland Border Declaration Pass.More information for QueenslandSouth AustraliaIs a border pass required? Yes – if entering South Australia from any other stateAs of 9 July 2020 Victorian residents are not permitted to enter South Australia. There are exemptions for essential travellers, which includes freight, and additional conditions around self-quarantine.If you are travelling into South Australia, you need to complete the cross border pre-approval form at least 72 hours prior to your arrival.Commercial transport and freight drivers who usually reside in Victoria are required to wear a face mask when interacting with the public in South Australia and maintain records of close contacts. They must also self-quarantine in South Australia when not undertaking work related duties. They may quarantine in their truck, or other private arrangement provided they are segregated from other people.Other commercial transport and freight drivers who enter South Australia in the conduct of their duties are not required to self-quarantine.More information for South AustraliaTasmaniaIs a border pass required? Yes – if entering Tasmania from any other stateEveryone travelling to Tasmania must complete a form. Any visitors who have spent time in Victoria in the 14 days prior to travel are not permitted to travel to Tasmania.This does not apply to Essential Travellers (Specified Persons) from Victoria, who will still be able to apply to travel to Tasmania for a specified purpose. This category includes freight and logistics.Any person granted Essential Traveller status who has spent time in Victoria in the 14 days prior to travel will be required to wear a face mask and limit their movement when not in the workplace.Application for classification as an essential travellerMore information for TasmaniaVictoriaIs a border pass required? No border pass is requiredThere are currently no restrictions on travel within Victoria for freight.Industry operators are asked to ensure they adhere to the health and safety protocols to protect their workforces and the public.More information for VictoriaWestern AustraliaIs a border pass required? Yes – if entering Western Australia from any other stateAll heavy vehicle drivers must apply for an exemption under the transport, freight and logistics category to enter Western Australia.The quickest and simplest way to apply for an exemption is via the G2G PASS online form.More information for Western AustraliaHave you got another question about coronavirus changes?A lot may have changed across the heavy vehicle industry over the past few months, but safety still comes first.Check out the latest advice for heavy vehicle operators at www.nhvr.gov.au/coronavirusConnect with us on social media View this email onlineHaving troubles viewing this email? Please click here to view online.Get in touch1300 MYNHVR (1300 696 487)www.nhvr.gov.au Enjoying On The Road?Forward this email to share with a friend or click here to subscribe another address.
Issue 89 | 30 June 2020 Message from the CEOThe continued emergence of new technology will present major opportunities for the heavy vehicle industry for many years to come.Many of these new safety systems have the potential to assist the driver of a vehicle to operate the vehicle in a safer manner and to reduce the number and severity of road crashes.The NHVR has played a growing role in supporting the use of new technology as we recognise the significant benefit on heavy vehicle safety and productivity. Whether you utilise fatigue detection, lane assist or simply make use of the increasingly detailed data on offer, technology is helping our industry be safer and more productive.Technology is largely driven by industry and manufacturers meeting operator needs. As a regulator we’ll continue to encourage uptake and provide incentives where possible.Take the opportunity to review the NHVR’s Vehicle Safety and Environmental Technology Uptake Plan and contact the NHVR about how we can reduce barriers in ensuring this technology is available to Australia’s heavy vehicle industry.SalNHVR launches heavy vehicle technology blueprintThe NHVR has released a blueprint to support manufacturers and operators to incorporate the latest safety technology into new and existing heavy vehicles.The Vehicle Safety and Environmental Technology Uptake Plan outlined five work packages to give Australia’s heavy vehicle industry certainty when installing new safety technology.The NHVR’s Vehicle SETUP Plan was developed following a survey of manufacturers in 2018, and is designed to meet the targets set out in the Federal Government’s National Road Safety Action Plan 2018-2020.NHVR CEO Sal Petroccitto said the plan would be delivered over five work packages, including better harmonisation of Australian vehicle standards, better access to the latest vehicle technologies, ensuring appropriate in-service requirements, and industry education about new and emerging technology.“When we surveyed manufacturers, we saw that there was very little consistency when it comes to installing newer types of safety technology,” Sal said.> Click here to read the full statementRoadside checks to be quicker and easier with the NHVRNational Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) on-road officers in South Australia, Tasmania and the ACT will begin using technology that will reduce paperwork and time spent during roadside intercepts.NHVR Chief Operations Officer Paul Salvati said that the Regulatory Compliance Mobility Solution (RCMS), which has already been implemented successfully in Victoria, would be rolled out in additional states over the coming weeks.“The RCMS replaces the current paper-based system, allowing our officers to make better, more informed decisions in a more efficient way, keeping roads safe for all users,” Paul said.> Click here for full article NHVR encourages heavy vehicle industry to get involvedThe NHVR has welcomed the release of a consultation Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS) of the review of the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL).NHVR CEO Sal Petroccitto said that considerable work has gone into the development of the consultation RIS during an extensive consultation period.“Since its introduction in 2014, the HVNL has raised numerous issues for the industry and the regulator and time is right for a new approach,” Sal said.Consultation on the RIS is open until 25 October 2020.> Read the full article and view updated legislation here Tell us about bridges and culvertsThe Strategic Local Government Asset Assessment Project (SLGAAP) is working with local governments and industry to identify bridges and culverts that need engineering assessments to improve access for OSOM vehicles.The Phase 1 Pilot is well underway with 100 bridges and culverts across 12 councils now being assessed by engineers. Visit the SLGAAP project site to view the full list of councils and the assets involved in the pilot.We are now taking expressions of interest from local governments for the next phase of the project. There is also an interactive mapping tool for industry to tell us about any bridges and culverts on heavy vehicle routes that currently may be restricted for OSOM access.For more information visit https://nhvr.engagementhub.com.au/Or contact the NHVR Strategic Local Government Asset Assessment Project, contact the project team on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 MYNHVR (1300 696 487).Accreditation applications transition to NHVR PortalAll NHVAS applications and transactions will be required to be lodged via the NHVR Portal from tomorrow – Wednesday, July 1.> Sign up or login to the NHVR Portal at www.service.nhvr.gov.auApplications and transaction have been available through the Portal since November last year and most of you have made the transition to the digital platform.The benefits of submitting applications through the NHVR Portal include reducing data re-entry and providing greater customer visibility of accreditation modules and case tracking activities. It also provides you with the ability to manage your records, including submitting an application, managing account information, reviewing application status, reviewing driver and vehicle lists and tracking audit associated responsibilities.If you are an existing NHVR Portal user or have an Access, Registration or a Vehicle Standards account, the NHVR Portal administrators on the account won’t change.Any additional Accreditation contacts can be added to the account with ‘User submitter’ permissions.Take time for Portal tipsHave you transferred your business to the NHVR Portal? Need help applying for an accreditation module or assistance with your Portal account?The Portal is now your one-stop-shop for all applications relating to Access, Registration and Vehicle Standards.We’ve developed a range of videos to guide you through each stage of your application, from setting up your account to submitting applications.If you need assistance in getting started, setting up your account or transitioning to the NHVR Portal, please visit the NHVR Portal Help Centre – Getting started using Accreditation or contact our Call Centre on 1300 696 487.Applications can also be sent via post or fax where a digital platform is unavailable.Have you got a question about coronavirus changes?A lot may have changed across the heavy vehicle industry over the past few months, but safety still comes first.Check out the latest advice for heavy vehicle operators at www.nhvr.gov.au/coronavirusIf you have any questions that we haven’t answered on this page you can contact us by phone on 1300 MYNHVR (1300 696 487), by email at email@example.com or by sending us a message on Facebook.NHVR Corporate Plan 2020-2023The NHVR has released its Corporate Plan 2020-2023. The Corporate Plan defines the key activities we’ll undertake to ensure we achieve our safety, productivity, sustainability and regulatory capability outcomes. It also provides the performance measures and targets that will hold us to account and make sure we stay on track.> Click here to view the 2020-2023 Corporate PlanConnect with us Having troubles viewing this email? Please click here to view online. Get in touch1300 MYNHVR (1300 696 487)www.nhvr.gov.au Enjoying On The Road?Forward this email to share with a friend or click here to subscribe another address.
Issue 88 | 16 June 2020 Message from the CEOManaging the road network is a joint effort between the NHVR, operators and road managers, who work closely together to get the right balance between increased productivity and safe access of infrastructure.The NHVR is not a road owner or road manager, but we help to facilitate a range of access applications from start to finish in a timely way, liaising directly with more than 400 road managers.The NHVR envisions a future state where permits are required by exception, rather than a rule. Over the past five years, we’ve been working to reduce the need for permits—falling from more than 115,000 permits in 2013 to around 80,000 over the past year.This reduction is a good start, but there is a lot more work that needs to be done.Over the past three years we’ve also seen an increase in the number of pre-approved routes, and the expansion of state and national notices (with reduced cross border operating conditions). Often these notices provide targeted or local wins for operators as they are able to focus on improving operations of specific parts of the heavy vehicle industry.For example, recent changes to road train and OSOM networks will lead to a reduction in access permits across NSW, South Australia and Victoria. As always, please make yourself aware of the changes and ensure you have applied, or are carrying, an access notice where required.Other initiatives the NHVR is pursuing to reduce the need for permits; this includes work on the Strategic Local Government Asset Assessment Project to identify infrastructure capability and build a knowledge base of local assets and ultimately deliver a shared responsibility between industry and road managers in accessing networks.If you’re applying for a new or renewed permit through the NHVR Portal, our case officers are here to help if you need assistance or information, and track your application as it goes through the approval process.SalPBS milestone highlights industry appetite for innovationThe National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) led Performance Based Standards (PBS) scheme recently celebrated 10,000 innovative heavy vehicle combinations hitting Australian roads, helping drive clear safety and productivity outcomes.The milestone was a highlight of the third annual joint report released today by the NHVR and Australian Road Transport Suppliers Association Institute (ARTSA -i) on the Australian PBS fleet.> Click to read the full statement$8 million project supporting important freight routesWork is now underway on an $8 million project aimed to make it easier for local councils to support heavy vehicle operators to choose the most productive routes.The Strategic Local Government Asset Assessment Project would include 12 councils nationwide in its pilot phase to assess local bridges, culverts and other assets.The 12 Local Governments participating in the pilot are:NSW – Bega Valley Shire Council, Cessnock City Council, Muswellbrook Shire CouncilQueensland – Central Highlands Regional Council, Isaac Regional Council, Mackay Regional Council, Toowoomba Regional CouncilSouth Australia – Barossa CouncilVictoria – Glenelg Shire Council, City of Greater Dandenong, Pyrenees Shire CouncilWestern Australia – Town of Port Hedland > Click here for the joint media statementNHVR freezes fee increases to help provide relief to industryThe NHVR will freeze fee increases on all NHVR-provided services until January 2021.NHVR Chair Duncan Gay said helping the industry through this difficult period had been a priority for the regulator, with the fee freeze the latest in a series of initiatives aimed at assisting operators through the pandemic.“We recognise this has been a tough period for many operators and now more than ever we want to encourage heavy vehicle businesses to focus on their safety and that of other road users,” Duncan said.The freeze will apply to all National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme (NHVAS) module and nominated vehicle fees.The fee freeze will also apply to permit applications, Victorian escort services and the cost of a new Written Work Diary.> Click here to read the full statementFor the list of NHVR fees visit www.nhvr.gov.au/law-policies/fee-scheduleThe updated schedule of fines and penalties, which will increase by CPI from July 1 2020, is also available at www.nhvr.gov.au/law-policies/penalties-and-infringementsTake time for Portal tipsHave you transferred your business to the NHVR Portal? Need help applying for an accreditation module or assistance with your Portal account?The Portal is now your one-stop-shop for all applications relating to Access, Registration and Vehicle Standards.From 1 July 2020, all NHVAS applications must be processed using the NHVR Portal. We’ve developed a range of videos to guide you through each stage of your application, from setting up your account to submitting applications.Click here to watch Part 1 NHVR Portal Overview, or visit our website for more information.Have you got another question about coronavirus changes?A lot may have changed across the heavy vehicle industry over the past few months, but safety still comes first.Check out the latest advice for heavy vehicle operators at www.nhvr.gov.au/coronavirusConnect with us on social media View this email onlineHaving troubles viewing this email? 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