Accredited Mass Management Scheme

Accredited Mass Management Scheme...

  • allows for three (3) concessional mass levels; and
  • doesn't prescribe specific loading methods nor restrict commodity types

Instead, AMMS allows for any product and any proven loading control method to be used.

To be eligible for AMMS, operators must be accredited under the WA Heavy Vehicle Accreditation (WAHVA) Mass Management Module.

AMMS Application Process

  • 6 or 12 month duration available
  • Cost - $4 per tonne, per month over the Road Traffic (Vehicles) Regulations 2014 limit
  • AMMS Permit Application form

AMMS Approved Weighbridge list

An approved weighbridge can be used by transport operators as their sole loading control method when addressing the criteria for the relevant standard in the Mass Management Module.

For a weighbridge to be included on the AMMS Approved Weighbridge List it must be able to determine and record both:

  • the gross mass of the vehicle; and
  • individual axle group weights.

The weighbridge operator must also provide us with current certification or calibration documentation with their AMMS Weighbridge application form (PDF)

Concessional Road Networks

Mass Management Systems templates

The following templates and examples are provided as a guide for developing your own Mass Management System. While these are comprehensive examples, you should consider the context of your business when developing your system.

Loading Control Guides

These guides are provided as recognised loading control methods that may be used by an operator under AMMS. Each method is outlined in detail to ensure you meed your requirements of the scheme. If you're proposing to use a different loading control to those outlined below, please contact us first to ensure the method complies with the requirements of the scheme.

Acknowledgement of country

The Government of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.

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