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National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council “DISMANTLERS’ DO” APPRA 2003 Conference Proposed Code of Practice for Auto Parts Recyclers Why have a Code of Practice? Stolen parts trade costs approximately $300 million per year Restrict entry of stolen parts to legitimate industry

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national motor vehicle theft reduction council

National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council

“DISMANTLERS’ DO”

APPRA 2003 Conference

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Proposed Code of Practice

for

Auto Parts Recyclers

why have a code of practice
Why have a Code of Practice?
  • Stolen parts trade costs approximately $300 million per year
  • Restrict entry of stolen parts to legitimate industry
  • Marginalise unsound operators
  • Improve business opportunities to accredited operators
  • Improve dissemination of intelligence
why not simply legislate
Why Not Simply Legislate?
  • Difficult to get uniform legislation across States
  • Lack of enforcement of regulations
  • No positive business returns
  • Doesn’t marginalise unsound operators
how has proposed code been developed
How has Proposed Code been Developed?
  • Direct discussions with over 200 recyclers
  • Mail out to 1400 recyclers
  • APPRA and MTA’s consulted
  • Police, Offices of Fair Trading
  • Expert Reference Group
what are the benefits for businesses
What are the Benefits forBusinesses?
  • Participation is voluntary
  • Support the promotion of a “clean” image for the industry
  • Creates a preferred supplier status
  • Benefit from industry wide marketing
  • Increase market share for accredited businesses
what are customer advantages
What are CustomerAdvantages?

Customers can be confident that:

  • Procedures are in place to ensure all parts are from legitimate sources
  • The business meets all appropriate regulations
  • They are dealing with a fit and proper business
how are customers protected
How are Customers Protected?
  • “Guarantee” on origin of part
  • Documentation provides audit re origin of part
  • The Partsafe administration office can investigate disputes
who would be eligible to become accredited
Who Would be Eligible to Become Accredited?
  • Must be a registered business with ABN and established premises
  • No convictions for dishonesty or violence within last three years
  • Meet all Local, State, Territory and Commonwealth regulations
  • Agree to meet the requirements of the Accreditation Agreement
what are the main requirements of the code
What are the Main Requirements of the Code?
  • Check on legitimacy of acquired stock
  • Check/record identity/source of vehicles
  • Check/record identity of people selling parts
  • Label prescribed parts
  • Restrictions on cash payments
  • Record source of part on invoice
  • First preference to other accredited suppliers
what about existing procedures
What about Existing Procedures?
  • Partsafe does not require a standardised record. Existing records may suffice
  • Requirements are compatible with existing NSW and SA requirements
  • Onus on businesses to show their procedures meet Partsafe requirements
what is the cost
What is the Cost?
  • The operating costs/subscriptions are still to be determined
what are the penalties for breaching the code
What are the Penalties for Breaching the Code?
  • Subject to investigation – warning or loss of accreditation
  • There will be a right of appeal
what parts are subject to the code
What Parts are Subject to the Code?

Body Panels:

  • Body shells (and major sections)
  • Front fenders (left and right)
  • Doors (all)
  • Bootlids and tailgates
  • Bonnets (“hoods”)
  • Rear quarter panels (left and right)
  • Chassis (“frames”)
what parts are subject to the code15
What Parts are Subject to the Code?

Mechanical:

  • Engines
  • Transmissions (both automatic and manual)
  • Radiators
  • Air-conditioning condensers
what parts are subject to the code16
What Parts are Subject to the Code?

Other:

  • Airbags and pyrotechnic seatbelt pre-tensioners
  • Seats
  • Headlamp assemblies
  • Car audio / audio-visual / satellite navigation systems
  • Alloy wheels
where to from here
Where to From Here?
  • Distribution of the “Exposure draft”
  • Two months comment period
  • Decision on whether to proceed to “implementation phase”