Standard 1: Daily Check
The Maintenance Management System must include a Daily Check for each
vehicle when it is in use.
Standard 2: Fault Recording and Reporting
The Maintenance Management System must ensure that provision is made to
record and report vehicle faults on both the hauling and the trailing equipment.
Standard 3: Fault Repair
The Maintenance Management System provides for the identification,
assessment and action on reported faults.
Standard 4: Maintenance Schedules and Methods
The Maintenance Management System must include periodic maintenance
schedules with identified service periods that describe the tasks to be
Standard 5: Records and Documentation
Documented evidence must be maintained to demonstrate the effective
operation of the Maintenance Management System.
Standard 6: Responsibilities
The authorities, responsibilities and duties of all positions involved in
the management, operation, administration, participation and verification of the
Maintenance Management System are current, clearly defined and documented.
Standard 7: Internal Review
The Maintenance Management System must be subject to annual internal
review to verify that all results
and activities comply with the system’s policies, procedures and instructions.
Standard 8: Training and Education
The persons who hold a position of responsibility under the Maintenance
Management System are trained in and familiar with the specific policy,
procedure and instruction they are to carry out.
Standard 9: Fuel Quality (fuel tax credit only)
Fuel purchased for use in the vehicle must be obtained from a reputable supplier
and when stored, the facilities must be properly designed and maintained to
prevent fuel contamination and deterioration.
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