IMPORTANT CHANGES IN RMS LEGISLATION

 RMS WEBSITE INDICATES THAT FROM 1ST DECEMBER ALL FINAL COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT WILL BE RECORDED - ABC DRIVING SCHOOL HAS BEEN GRANTED LEAVE UNTIL FEBRUARY 2014 BEFORE BEING REQUIRED TO IMPLEMENT THIS NEW POLICY

From Monday 1st December 2014 new legislation has been introduced by NSW roads and Maritime Services that will require all Heavy Vehicle Driving Schools to install In-Cabin Camera systems to enable recording of the Final Competency Assessment.

ABC Driving School has invested in a high quality system that meets all of the RMS requirements whilst minimizing the impact these cameras will have on your training and assessment experience.

Roads and Maritime Services states:

 "As of 1 December 2014, in-cabin video camera and GPS technology will be implemented to improve the integrity of the HVCBA Scheme by mitigating fraud and corruption risks. The registered training organisations (RTOs) will monitor HVCBA final competency assessments (FCA) completed by assessors for the issue of heavy vehicle driver licences.

 A video camera must be in operation inside the cabin of the heavy vehicle during the FCA/CT in order to capture and record the end-to-end on road assessment.

  • Your assessor will read out at the beginning and end of each FCA/CT conducted by Heavy Vehicle Licensing Assessors that work for RTOs holding a HVCBA Accreditation Agreement with Roads and Maritime Services.

The Industry must be fully compliant with change by 1 December 2014."

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