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NHVR details EU example

Parramatta Court has ordered the Director of a waste company in New South Wales to comply with an Enforceable Undertaking voluntarily entered into with the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) following a breach of the EU conditions.

NHVR Acting Executive Director Statutory Compliance, Belinda Hughes, said the Director failed to undertake three safety initiatives within 12 months as required under the EU.

“The court issued the Director an order to comply with the EU conditions within 12 months, as well as a Conditional Release Order for a period of two years,” said Hughes.

“If the Director doesn’t comply with the court order, they may be prosecuted again and risk a more severe penalty.

“The NHVR offers EUs as an alternative to prosecution because they provide real safety benefits for the transport industry and the community. If a company, or person doesn’t comply with the conditions in an EU, the NHVR will hold them accountable.”

The NHVR said if the accused does not comply with the court order, they may be prosecuted again for failing to comply with a court order.

In other news, a mass offence on the roads, according to the NHVR, has lead to action against an off road party.

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