In November 2014 Heavy Vehicle Services (HVS) launched its Industry Information Sessions (IIS). To be held quarterly, the aim of these sessions is to educate and support the transport industry by providing information on nominated topics and to provide a channel for the industry to engage with HVS.
A popular component of the sessions is the consultation section of the program, which provides transport operators with the opportunity to discuss matters particular to their business, one on one with representatives from Heavy Vehicle Services.
If you would like any further information regarding the presentations or would like to register you interest for future sessions please email HVS on
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning the HVS Help Desk on 138 486.
Our last information session for 2016 was held in October at our Redcliffe offices. This metropolitan information session provided attendees with an understanding of the recent changes to the Harvest Mass Management Scheme (HMMS), an overview of the 60 M Road Train Trial and Chain of Responsibility (CoR)
To view or down load a copy of the October Information Session please select the link below.
Our August Metro Information Sessions were aimed at providing industry with an overview of our Heavy Vehicle RAV Access Strategy, Chain of Responsibility - one year on, and recent improvements to our online permit portal - MOVES.
Our next round of Metropolitan Information Sessions will be delivered in October 2016.
To view or download a copy of the August Metropolitan Information Session, please select the link below/
These sessions are aimed at providing industry with an understanding of the benefits of the Accredited Mass Management Scheme (AMMS) and the requirements of the Accreditation modules – the Dimension & Loading Module and the Mass Management Module.
Our 2016 Regional Industry Information Session Program will commence in June 2016 and will run throughout the year in conjunction with our Metropolitan Industry Information Sessions. Details about our information sessions are available on our
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Heavy Vehicle Services delivered a series of information sessions in October and November to both metropolitan and regionally based industry and stakeholders.
The information sessions focused on the
Accredited Mass Management Scheme (AMMS) and the implementation and requirements associated with the two new accreditation modules, the
Loading & Dimension module and
Mass Management module.
Please find the presentations below:
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HVS hosted two successful information sessions in July 2015. The July presentations were delivered by our MOVES Project Team, who focused on how to get the most out of our online permitting system . Our Access Planning Section provided a presentation on an introduction to the Accredited Mass Management Scheme (AMMS) and our Accreditation Section provided an overview of upcoming changes to the WA Heavy Vehicle Accreditation (WAHVA) Scheme modules and business rules.
To view or download a copy of the presentation, Fact Sheets & FAQ's please click on the links below:
HVS hosted two successful information sessions in March 2015. The March presentations were delivered by our Road Transport Compliance Section, who focused on Chain of Responsibility (CoR) and Transport Operators responsibilities in relation to Road Transport Compliance. Our Access Planning Section provided presentations on the requirements associated with Restricted Access Vehicle (RAV) Access & Route Assessments and an introduction to the Accredited Mass Management Scheme (AMMS).
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HVS hosted three successful information sessions throughout November 2014 and December 2014 at its head office in Redcliffe. These sessions focused on the permit application process and bridge video supervision requirements as well as responsibilities under the WA Heavy Vehicle Accreditation (WAHVA).
To view or download a copy of the presentations, please select the links below.