We’re passionate about bringing simplicity and efficiency to fleet management so the organisations can spend more time focusing on their own mission.
MFC helps you to keep track of your fleet’s health on regular basis.
Aiming to provide new solutions for automotive industry’s emerging challenges, MFC is on a mission to digitise vehicle maintenance, automate inspections and strengthen ROI.
MFC Key Features
- Get started straight away with our mobile application.
- Simple daily inspection report that will be sent directly to your fleet manager/company.
- The ability to set alerts for servicing on different vehicles.
- Ability to update service details, and unforeseen service events such as emergency repair work by inputting the registration number of the vehicle to give you full clarity of vehicle history.
- Full service history archive functionality.
Meet Our Team
MFC is flourishing under the direction and leadership of some of the brightest minds and motivated individuals in the industry. Meet our leadership team, who brings a wealth of management experience and technology industry expertise. With over 45 years of combined experience, we’ve attained a well-seasoned team.
Director– Technology Services & Operations
Director- Strategic Partnerships
The Australian Heavy Vehicles Laws Have Changed.
On the 1st of October 2018, the HVNL (Heavy Vehicle National Law) amended to provide that every party in the heavy vehicle transport supply chain has a duty to ensure the safety of their transport activities. In practical terms, this primary duty represents an obligation to eliminate or minimise potential harm or loss (risk) by doing all that is reasonably practicable to ensure safety.
Chain of responsibility (CoR)
The aim of CoR is to make sure everyone in the supply chain shares responsibility for ensuring breaches of the HVNL do not occur. Under CoR laws if you are named as a party in the chain of responsibility and you exercise (or have the capability of exercising) control or influence over any transport task, you have a responsibility to ensure the HVNL is complied with.
The law recognises that multiple parties may be responsible for offences committed by the drivers and operators of heavy vehicles. A person may be a party in the supply chain in more than one way. For example they may have duties as the employer, the operator and the consigner of goods.
Now everyone in the chain has to proactively identify hazards and work to remove or, if it’s not possible to completely eliminate, minimise risks.
When could CoR apply?
Some examples include:
- When a party has control or influence over a transport activity and fails to manage, so far as reasonably
- When a party’s business practices cause or encourage the driver of a heavy vehicle to exceed the speed limits
- When a party’s business practices cause or encourage the driver of a heavy vehicle to breach mass, dimension, or loading requirements
- Where instructions, actions or demands to parties in the supply chain cause or contribute to an offence under the HVNL.
This includes any direction, requirement or demand that is given directly or indirectly to a driver of a heavy vehicle or a party in the chain of responsibility that has an impact on compliance.
Now everyone in your transport chain is responsible.