Commercial Vehicle Roadworthiness Testing (CVRT)
The Commercial Vehicle Roadworthiness Testing is currently making appointments to carry out inspections to assess the maintenance and repair of commercial vehicles, including trailers, used in your business.
The purpose of this inspection is to check for your compliance with the conditions and obligations set out in the Road Safety Authority (Commercial Vehicle Roadworthiness) (Vehicle Maintenance and Repair) Regulations 2013. The inspection will be conducted by an Authorised Officer (AO) from the RSA technical services provider, Bureau Veritas, authorised as per Section 24 of the Road Safety Authority (Commercial Vehicle Roadworthiness) Act 2012.
Specific Documentation required for the inspection includes:
- A list of all vehicles and trailers used in the business including vehicle registration numbers and copies of certificates of roadworthiness
- Records of inspection, maintenance and repair for each vehicle
- Records of defect reports received from drivers and the evidence of follow up actions to address the defects
- Scheduling plan for maintenance/safety checks of vehicles
- Details of training provided to drivers for carrying out walk-around checks and for reporting of vehicle defects.
- Qualifications of the personnel responsible for carrying out maintenance of vehicles
We are offering training in number 5 above – Driver Daily Walk-Around Checks.
If this is something that your business requires, please feel free to contact us and we can discuss your individual requirements with you.