Servicing licensees test and verify measuring instruments used for trade. They can employ verifiers and nominate them to verify instruments under their servicing licence.
Servicing licensees help build trust and confidence in the accuracy of measurements used to determine the trade value of goods.
To obtain a list of servicing licensees with the relevant sub-class of licence to test and verify your trade measuring instrument please download the attached list. The servicing licensees shown have given consent for their licence information to be published on the Departmental website, however due to licensees operating in varying geographical locations we do not provide their phone contact or address information. To obtain the relevant contact information and to clarify where the licensee specifically operates please conduct your search on the internet to locate their particular contact information.
To verify instruments, you must have—or be an employee of someone who has—a servicing licence.
Nominated verifiers must hold a statement of attainment for the relevant licence (instrument) subclass they verify.
Each servicing licensee identifies the class of instrument that they and their verifiers will be verifying.
A servicing licensee must:
A verifier can be an employee or a contractor of the servicing licensee. Contractors may also hold their own licence but can be nominated to verify under your servicing licence.
Servicing licensees must submit a Verifier registration and deregistration form within 14 days of:
Each servicing licensee must maintain a quality management system (QMS). A QMS explains the appropriate processes, procedures, equipment and reference materials you need to properly verify measuring instruments.
Use these templates to develop your QMS:
When you renew your licence we will request and review your current QMS documents and may perform an on-site audit.
Last updated: 6 April 2022
Content ID: 52578