Vehicle Compliance Program

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Vehicle Compliance Program

Safe Load Program will soon be releasing the new Vehicle Compliance Program, a web base system where dangerous goods transport operators will be required to provide proof of compliance for a vehicle before its presented for a SLP Pass-2-Load inspection.

SLP has been requested by its joint venture partners to provide this service to meet due diligence and chain of responsibility legislation requirements. This is where bulk fuel terminal operators are required to ensure that all operators with vehicles entering their bulk fuel facilities have provided evidence that their vehicles are fit to load and fit to transport dangerous goods in Australia.

The vehicle compliance program is a 3 stage implementation;

  • Qtr 3   2015

  1. Transport operators will apply for access to SLP - VCP (vehicle Compliance Program).
    • Enter all company vehicles into the VCP system.
    • Minimum terminal compliance details entered for each vehicle.
  • March   2016

  1. Authorised Inspection Locations will start entering vehicle Pass-2-Load inspection information into the VCP system.
    • AIL's will be provided access to the SLP vehicle compliance system.
    • AIL's will upload inspection documents to share with owners and terminal operators.
    • Pass-2-Load and random inspections can be completed online or upload paper documents.
    • Return to service documents can be uploaded and shared with owners and terminal operators.
  • July 1st 2016

  1. From the 1st of July 2016 all DG transport operator vehicles will need to be entered and live in the VCP system, if the vehicle is not in the system they will not be inspected under Safe Load program by an Authorised Inspection Location.
  • Future ?

  1. Vehicle owners will be required to provide evidence of a vehicles roadworthiness.
    • All vehicles will require evidence of compliance with roadworthiness uploaded into the VCP system before a vehicle can be presented for an SLP Pass-2-Load Inspection.
    • The minimum requirements for documentation, timeframe and roadworthy inspection criteria have not yet been agreed and SLP's partners are seeking to align or mirror with the standards currently being developed by the National Transport Commission (NTC) and the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR).

SLP will be releasing further information later in the year.

If you require further information please contact Lee Stringer at [email protected] or Ph 0419 908 919