Tyre Product Stewardship Scheme accredited participants are committed to a professional and environmentally responsible Australian tyre industry. Accreditation is an individually managed process based on initial submission of information and consultation process.
The Tyre Stewardship Australia Audit Handbook for Retailers provides accredited participants with a shared understanding of audit and compliance activities for Retailers. It sets out the processes used in TSA audits, assessment criteria for compliance and steps to resolve non-compliance.
It ensures transparency in relation to TSA audits and explains what Retailers are required to do before, during and after an audit.
The handbook should be read in conjunction with the Tyre Product Stewardship Scheme Guidelines which sets out the requirements that apply to Participants, including Retailers.
Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) accredited Collectors and Recyclers play an integral role in the Tyre Product Stewardship Scheme. In the application process and as part of maintaining accreditation, Collectors and Recyclers agree to TSA compliance reviews through the TSA audit program.
The Collector and Recycler Audit Handbook (Handbook) sets out the processes that apply to TSA Collector and/or Recycler accreditation and annual compliance audits, assessment of accreditation and compliance, and steps to resolve non-compliance. It ensures transparency in relation to the scope of TSA audits and explains what Collectors and Recyclers are required to do before, during and after an audit in order to meet Scheme requirements and maintain accreditation. The Handbook also includes a compliance checklist, intended as a guide to support Participants through the audit process.
The Handbook should be read in conjunction with the Tyre Product Stewardship Scheme Guidelines which sets out the requirements that apply to Participants, including Collectors and Recyclers.
The Handbook document can be viewed and downloaded here.
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