Jayson Westbury, Chief Executive, AFTA said, “the aim of the review is to receive feedback and recommendations from interested parties in regard to the effectiveness of the ATAS scheme in achieving its objectives and the operation of the ATAS scheme.”
“We will call for submissions from industry which will be reviewed by Chris Greiner who has been appointed to analyse the submissions against the ATAS Charter and Code of Conduct and provide a report to the AFTA Board for consideration,” said Westbury.
The AFTA board will release a response to any recommendations later in the year including any amendments to the Charter, Code, or the ACCMC which are warranted by its response to the review. The review is limited to the ATAS Charter and Code.
ATAS has successfully rolled out across the country over the last 12 months with almost 3100 locations now accredited with many more in the process of completing an application.
Submissions open from today and close 31 August, 2015.