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NatRoad helps simplify access to Safe-T-Cam images

The National Road Transport Association (NatRoad) has worked with NSW Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) to streamline the process for obtaining a copy of a heavy vehicle camera image.

NatRoad advocated for a cheaper, easier and simplified process to access Safe-T-Cam images to respond to infringement or court attendance notices.

"Previously there was no dedicated process for a customer to get a copy of a heavy vehicle camera image for a vehicle they own or were driving at the time of the alleged offence," NatRoad said in a statement. "Also, customers had to complete a paid application via the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act)."

The process reportedly allows a person who has a lawful interest in obtaining the images to apply directly to RMS Enforcement Services Unit at no expense.

Customers wishing to obtain these images can now find a fact sheet and the relevant form to access their images.

RMS has now implemented an application form which will formalise the process.

NatRoad Compliance and Workplace Relations Adviser, Richard Calver, said this new process delivered time and costs savings for many transport businesses.

"This is an example of how the authorities can support businesses and make aspects of the already complex legal process more accessible,” he said.

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