Chain of Responsibility
Chain of Responsibility legislation means that everyone in the supply chain shares equal responsibility for ensuring that breaches of the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) do not occur.
So, if you consign, pack, load or receive goods as part of your business, you could be held legally liable for breaches of the HVNL, even if you did not play a direct role in driving or operating a heavy vehicle. In addition, managers, directors, and partners can be held accountable for the actions of people under their control.
Chain of Responsibility legislation applies to driver fatigue management, adherence to speed limits, breaches of mass, dimensions and load requirements, and breaches in driver management by a company or its management.
Given these responsibilities, effective preventative measures against axle over-loading infringements and total load infringements are essential. That’s where AccuWeigh can help.
AccuWeigh provides a range of weighing systems that can determine individual axle loads and overall gross vehicle mass. Our state-of-the art weighing systems ensure compliance by eliminating overloading, and improve productivity by eliminating under-loading. Our weighing systems include:
COMPLETE WEIGHBRIDGE SOLUTIONS
If you require more than just a simple weighbridge, AccuWeigh is here to help. Our comprehensive range of weighbridge accessories and software can be engineered to form a complete made-to-measure weighbridge solution for any site.
Our weighbridge solutions don’t stop there. Whether you need testing or calibration to ensure accuracy, servicing to keep your scales in top-notch working order, or you want to upgrade your cells, our expert team can assist with a full weighbridge support and calibration service.
SELECTING THE RIGHT WEIGHBRIDGE
A number of factors should be considered when selecting your weighbridge, from maximum vehicle weights and sizes, through to traffic flow, available space, use, and budget.