Published: November 2014
|The Code of Conduct provides the minimum ethical and behavioural standards that are expected of all vehicle inspectors appointed by the Transport Agency to deliver vehicle inspection and certification services.
|Conflict of interest scenarios (PDF)
|To help you understand your obligations around conflict of interest, we’ve put together some guiding principles and some examples of situations you may find yourself in, together with some high-level guidance about what you need to do to in these situations.
A person or organisation who is responsible for vehicle inspection and certification outcomes is appointed by the NZ Transport Agency. Clause 2.5 (2) (a) of the Land Transport Rule: Vehicle Standards Compliance 2002 includes the requirement for a person to be fit and proper. This document details those requirements.
Version: March 2015 Reference: DVCUCF 03
This form is used when advising Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency that an inspecting organisation will be employing a new vehicle inspector, or that a vehicle inspector will be leaving the employment of the inspecting organisation
First published: November 2014 Version: April 2016
|A Notice of Appointment provides details of the roles and responsibilities when appointed as an Inspecting Organisation.|
Published: September 2014
|Vehicle certification administration fees|
|Revised vehicle certification administration fees came into effect on 1 November 2014.|
- Border inspection and used light entry certification inspecting organisations
- Heavy vehicle entry certification inspecting organisations
- Heavy vehicle specialist applications
- Inspecting organisation applications (WoF & CoF)
- Repair certifier applications
- Vehicle inspector applications (WoF & CoF)
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