In - Cabin Cameras

As of 1 June 2015, 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.

As of the 1st June 2015, the in-cabin video cameras will record what is happening inside and outside of the vehicle, as well as recording any conversations or instructions given by the assessor. The cameras will also be fitted with GPS tracking. 

This video footage will be passed on to the RTO and the RMS(Roads and Maritime Services) within 24 hours of completion of assessment for auditing purposes. 

 

 

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