Auditor Certification for Western Australia Heavy Vehicle Accreditation (WAHVA)
The Western Australia Heavy Vehicle Accreditation (WAHVA) Certification program is designed to provide recognition of professionals who conduct mandatory audits using the Heavy Vehicle accreditation standard in Western Australia.
The benefits being:
- Provides industry confidence.
- National recognition ensuring that professionals have the necessary skills and attributes to conduct
national accreditation standards in Western Australia.
- Mandatory certification in order to conduct audits on behalf of the WA Main Roads (Western Australia).
This table provides a summary of certification requirements:
|Certification Requirements||Knowledge Competencies||Work Experience||Personal Attributes||Skill Competencies|
|WAHVA Principal Auditor||Exemplar Global-AU, Exemplar Global-QM,||2 years industry experience in Transport and/or logistics||PAAS Master® and Risk Type Compass Assessment||Skill examination for WAHVA auditors.|
|Fatigue Management||To assist transport operators to better, manage driver fatigue||WAHVA-Fatigue Management module/assessment via the Exemplar Global College.|
|Business Rules||Define the requirements applicable to the administration of the WAHVAS||WAHVA-Business Rules module/assessment via the Exemplar Global College.|
|Maintenance Management||Operators to take responsibility for servicing their vehicles regularly and ensuring their vehicles are safe at all times.||WAHVA-Maintenance Management module/assessment via the Exemplar Global College.|
|Dimensions & Loading||Operators must demonstrate compliance with dimensions and loading requirements||WAHVA-Dimensions & Loading module/assessment via the Exemplar Global College.|
|Mass Management||Operator to operate vehicle combinations in excess of the prescribed mass limits.||WAHVA-Mass Management module/assessment via the Exemplar Global College.|