See attached the updated Repairer Group Network Application. Repairer Group Network Application Pack_SEP
Repair Certifiers Association Hi to all Certifiers, Firstly, I would like to welcome the new certifiers that NZTA have appointed over the last few months. There are a number of regions around the country where the certifiers are approaching retirement & have notified NZTA they are happy to work along side the new appointees in […]
Updated is the Application Pack, view here: Repairer Group Network Application Pack_July_2020
Hi all, The new Quarantine changes to our VIRM come into effect August 1st, 2020. Please read & understand the requirements. Read document in full here: https://vehicleinspection.nzta.govt.nz/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/76067/1-August-2020-preview-pages.pdf Also, the Categories for shops have changed, tightening up on what shops can repair what. Particularly affected is Category A shops. Read & understand that Applications to CRA/MTA or RCA will […]
You can view all of the details here on the official COVID-19 website: https://covid19.govt.nz/alert-system/alert-level-3/#travel-and-transport We will be in touch direct after we have specific discussions with the likes of NZTA around what this means for us as Certifiers.
NZTA COVID-19 Resources and Collision Repair University: OEM Procedures and Repair Standards for Estimating
Please see the below resources on the NZTA site around COVID-19. The frequently asked questions has been updated and is available here: https://www.nzta.govt.nz/about-us/coronavirus-disease-covid-19-services-update/frequently-asked-questions/ and they will continue to update this section. The legislative changes can also be found here: https://www.nzta.govt.nz/resources/rules/land-transport-rule-covid-19-response-no-1-2020 Please feel free to share these links with your groups, organisations or industry members. Just a reminder to […]
Kia ora koutou The expiry of licensing and vehicle documentation has been a hot topic from the general public and across industry since we entered Alert Level 4 on 26 March 2020. As many of you are aware, we have been working closely with Ministry of Transport to address this issue. I am pleased to […]
Today’s video is How NOT to Weld: Most Common MIG Welding Mistakes. View the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xod-ByrxHg4 Enjoy!
Hi Everyone, We are trying to put together a Health & Safety plan for Certifiers when we move from Level 4 to Level 3 and beyond with Covid-19. Our main question is – How do we keep Certifiers safe from further infections? Our executives are looking at this and please see an initial plan which […]
Today’s video is Repair University – Collision Repair Applications For Glue (Adhesive) Pulling Equipment A conversation to be had around glue dent pulling vs tagg, pin dent repairs. A great video for Hail Damage to those areas the PDR system can’t get to. Also an informative video to share with shops you are working with […]
During this Level 4 period the RCA thought it might be helpful and informative to start sharing interesting content. This first video is What Should Every Technician Know? via Collision Hub. View the YouTube video in full here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uw_fwjI-svU Keep an eye out for more content to come – enjoy!
The Ministry of Transport has updated land transport advice on its website. It is contained in a .pdf file on this page: https://www.transport.govt.nz/about/covid-19-alert-level-4-transport-essential-services/ The pdf file is here: https://www.transport.govt.nz/assets/Import/Uploads/About/Transport-Essential-Services.pdf The advice is lengthy, and I’ve copied only the WoF/CoF advice below. Please keep in mind that we remain in a dynamic situation and the advice on […]