If you need help finding a servicing licensee to verify a measuring instrument, you can send an email to the Trade Measurement Licensing team at email@example.com.
In your email you should include your location and the type of instrument you wish to have verified.
NMI can then provide details of servicing licensees in your area who may be able to help. NMI is not able to recommend specific service providers.
Individuals and organisations involved in verifying measuring instruments used for trade are required to hold a servicing licence. Licences are granted where applicants meet the licence criteria under the National Measurement Act and the conditions of licence provided in the National Trade Measurement Regulations. Under trade measurement legislation, servicing licensees have the responsibility to ensure verifiers are competent to verify measuring instruments.
If you have any questions about applying for a servicing licence please contact us on 1300 686 664 (option 2) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read our latest information for licensees:
Please refer to SL 12/03 to help you understand which quality manuals are relevant to your business.
Fuel Dispenser Numbering GuideSample Quality Manual Class 4.3Sample Quality Manual All Classes Excluding 4.3
Form A Servicing Licence Application Form B Servicing Licence Application — Regulation 13 Certificate DetailsForm C Servicing Licence Application — Verifier Registration and DeregistrationForm E Servicing and Public Weighbridge Application — Change of PartnershipForm F Servicing and Public Weighbridge Application — Amend a Condition of License
POS SystemsPOS Verification Requirements before and after 1 AugustDecision Chart for the Approval and Verification of Auxiliary Indicating Systems
Click here for information on the correct placement of verifications marks (SL 13/01 also applies). You may also provide feedback and make inquiries about the correct placement of verification marks.
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