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TAS EPA releases new UPSS test requirements
2 days ago

TAS EPA releases new UPSS test requirements

​​​​​​​​​​​The Tasmanian EPA has released a new protocol for the conducting of Equipment Integrity Tests on Underground Petroleum Storage Systems that are required to meet the Loss Detection requirements in …
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Incorrect pumps costing more than money
1 week ago

Incorrect pumps costing more than money

By  •  ACAPMA, Compliance

The National Measurement Institute, the regulatory body that oversees weights and measures, continued its regular site visits to inspect fuel pumps (bowsers) as part of its ongoing focus at a …
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Faulty petrol pumps ripping off Australians to the tune of $12 million
2 weeks ago

Faulty petrol pumps ripping off Australians to the tune of $12 million

Australian consumers are being ripped off up to $12 million a year from faulty petrol pumps.

The National Measurement Institute has released its latest report into bowser calibration, finding five …
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Western Australia COVID Check In Mandates
3 months ago

Western Australia COVID Check In Mandates

Particular WA businesses are required to maintain contact registers for staff and customers from Saturday 5th December 2020 as part of the contact tracing efforts as the State prepares to …
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Changes to SA COVID Check In & the fuel industry
3 months ago

Changes to SA COVID Check In & the fuel industry

UPDATE 10.12.2020 following change to include all COVIDSafe Plan businesses in the Check In program

As part of the effort to enhance contact tracing the SA Government has provided businesses …
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Modern Slavery Reporting assistance for industry
3 months ago

Modern Slavery Reporting assistance for industry

Businesses with an annual consolidated revenue of $100M or more are required to prepare a Modern Slavery Statement and lodge it with the regulator where it will be published online …
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Payment time reporting laws start 1 January 2020
3 months ago

Payment time reporting laws start 1 January 2020

By  •  ACAPMA, Compliance

The new Payment Times Reporting Act (2020) was formally approved by the Australian Parliament on 14 October 2020. The laws come into force on 1 January 2020 and require liable …
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ACAPMA partnership delivers accredited retail training to the fuel industry
3 months ago

ACAPMA partnership delivers accredited retail training to the fuel industry

ACAPMA has long been the leader in delivering retail compliance training to the industry with the Petroleum Convenience Compliance (PCC) course delivered to over 20,000 users in Australia and overseas, …
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Real-time reporting bringing fuel prices down, RACT says
5 months ago

Real-time reporting bringing fuel prices down, RACT says

Real-time fuel price reporting in the state has resulted in Tasmanians paying less at the bowser, according to the RACT.

It’s now been a month since the state government implemented …
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Regulator seeking feedback on Pump testing
5 months ago

Regulator seeking feedback on Pump testing

The National Measurement Institute, the regulator responsible for overseeing trade measurement devices, including fuel pumps, is seeking feedback on its Test Procedures and proposed changes for both fuel pumps and …
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