Monday, October 31, 2022
In preparation for the new national cost recovery model which, subject to Ministerial approval and legislative amendments, will come into effect from 1 July 2023, accredited commercial operators required to undertake the Management and Control assessments can do so via the ONRSR Portal. These will need to be submitted by 2 December 2022.
The assessments do not need to be undertaken by Tourist and Heritage operators, private siding owners or those operators that have been contacted by ONRSR as potentially satisfying the less complex fee category.
The Management and Control Assessments form a key input into the risk profiling tool used for cost recovery purposes and include:
This assessment is based on an operator’s hazards appropriate to their operations and the types of technology applied to mitigate / manage those hazards.
This is an assessment of an operator’s safety maturity as reflected in its systems and processes.
Operators will complete a questionnaire containing 30 questions relating to the following six factors:
These assessments need to be completed by 2 December 2022. If the assessments are not completed by 2 December 2022, the maximum risk scores will be assigned.
Once completed, the assessments will be reviewed by ONRSR. If ONRSR requires further information, we will contact operators during December/January.
If a score adjustment is required, it will be done in consultation with the operator.
If the assessments are not completed by 2 December 2022, the maximum risk scores will be assigned.
The answer you're looking for might be in the Frequently Asked Questions listed below. If you still have any questions in relation to completing the assessments, please phone 1300 459 941.
These assessments are required for populating the risk profiling tool under the proposed cost recovery model which, subject to Ministerial approval and legislative amendments, will come into effect from 1 July 2023.
The assessments are due by 2 December 2022.
These assessments will be required to be reviewed every three years, but operators can update them if required in the interim. If updates are made, the assessments will need to be completed by 31 December each year to be captured in the risk profiling tool for the upcoming financial year.
Please ensure that your system administrator assigned you the Assessment User role.
If you have been assigned the assessment user role and still unable to access the assessments in the portal please either email email@example.com phone 1300 459 941.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the reasons as to why you believe the template does not apply to your organisation. ONRSR will review this and get in contact with you to discuss.
Please click on the “i" button next to each question within the Safety Maturity Assessment or click here.
|No, there is a Save as draft button that can be found at the bottom of each assessment – you will need to scroll down.|
|Yes, there is an Export to pdf option for each assessment.|
|There is a Submit button located at the bottom of each assessment, please scroll to the bottom.|
|When completing each Technology Maturity Assessment Template you must list the technologies you have in the appropriate maturity box and the % of your operations this covers. You must cover 100%.|
|All questions are mandatory – before submitting, please ensure that you have completed all questions.|
|The information will be primarily used for cost recovery purposes, however, all intelligence available to ONRSR may be accessed to support our regulatory responsibilities.|
|If the assessments are not completed by 2 December 2022, the maximum risk scores will be assigned to the operator. If you have almost completed the assessments and require a little extra time please email email@example.com explaining your situation and we will contact you to discuss.|