The secure digital channel that facilitates the easy and reliable online exchange of all accreditation, regulatory activity and regulatory reporting data between ONRSR and regulated parties.
The ONRSR Portal is a secure digital channel that facilitates the easy and reliable online exchange of all accreditation, regulatory activity and regulatory reporting data between ONRSR and regulated parties.
The portal complements ONRSR’s face-to-face interactions with rail transport operators.
The ONRSR Portal can be used by accredited rail transport operators to:
The ONRSR Portal is the preferred means for submitting information for the above reporting requirements. The submission of information via the ONRSR Portal satisfies the submission of information in the manner and form (in reference to the Rail Safety National Law National Regulations 2012) that:
The ONRSR Portal requires a unique user ID and password for each user.
The Key Contact person (as nominated to ONRSR as required by Regulation 8(b) of the Rail Safety National Law National Regulations 2012) for each accredited rail transport operator has been established as a user of the ONRSR Portal. Once an organisation’s ONRSR Portal access is activated, the Key Contact will be sent an email from the ONRSR Portal confirming their user ID (email address) and providing an initial password.
The Key Contact can initiate the creation of additional users as required by their organisation.
The ONRSR Portal is accessed via the ONRSR Portal link located at the top right hand corner on the ONRSR homepage.
If you have difficulties in using the ONRSR Portal assistance is available.
ONRSR staff with specific knowledge on the use of the ONRSR Portal are available by:
ONRSR has staff available to directly answer telephone enquiries during the following hours, outside of which a message can be left and will be responded to at the earliest opportunity:
The ONRSR Portal enables partial completion of information to be saved. Saving information is not considered to be submission of this information. Information will be taken to have been submitted to ONRSR once the user has clicked submit (or update) and the ONRSR Portal has indicated that the submission was successful (i.e. the ONRSR Portal has not prompted for any missing or incorrect information).
Current forms that are used for the submission of notifiable occurrences, monthly returns and notifications of change remain available and can be used should the ONRSR Portal not be accessible.
The ONRSR Portal is the subject of an ongoing development program to incrementally introduce additional functionality. Apart from face to face contact as part of our regulatory activities, ONRSR envisages the majority of information exchange interactions will be done via the portal.
Organisations are encouraged to provide open and honest feedback on the use of the ONRSR Portal as this will be valuable to ONRSR for ongoing development. ONRSR may also occasionally contact operators to seek feedback on the portal's usability and functionality.
Feedback can be provided by email to email@example.com