Fleet register

Fleet register

BoT review: Board members can audit School Admin’s performance of these functions by sample checking vehicle records against the Fleet Register.

Interpreting the register

The following table describes the information shown on the register and the required performance standards. External standards are prescribed by legislation or the Funding Agreement with the Ministry of Education. Internal standards have been set by the Committee.

Item
Comment
External Standard
Internal Standard
Year
Vehicle age comes from license label
Must be less than 26years old
S/L
Noted here as small and Large vehicles have differing age standards
Seating
Some seats allow for three primary-aged children to sit across two seats.
n/a
Encourage all students to be seated.
Standing
Some vehicles are rated for standing passengers
allowed
No standees aged 11yrs or under
GPS
Identifies whether GPS is fitted
n/a
All vehicles to be GPS monitored
Seatbelts
Identifies whether belts are fitted
not required
new vehicles to be belted
Panic test
Date of last panic button test
n/a
Every six months
License
Expiry date of license, comes from CoF check sheet or license label
Must be current
First aid kit
Kits to be refreshed and expired items disposed of
n/a
Every 12 months
Maintenance review
Maintenance records to be reviewed to confirm adherence to maintenance programme
Programme is in place
Every vehicle reviewed every 12 months
CoF checks
Check sheets are reviewed and held by School Admin
No more than two fails on brakes, steering, tyres or suspension